• MS. students
  • M.Phil students
  • Ph.D. students

International Centre for Ocean Governance arranges few partial scholarships for students every year to support the students to continue their research activities and field work in oceanography in general and ocean governance/MSP/ocean policy in particular.

Annual scholarships are awarded for M.S., M.Phil. and Ph.D. researchers to support research activities from the International Centre for Ocean Governance of University of Dhaka. From the budget of the centre, for the financial year 2017-2018 and 2019-2020, 11 (eleven) M. S. and 1 (one) Ph. D. students are awarded 15,000 (fifteen thousand) taka each to support their research activities.

List of scholarship recipients in September, 2017:

Sl No. Name Title Programme
01 Md. Ohiduzzaman Abundance, Composition, Spatial Distribution and Management Practices of Marine Litters Along the Bay of Bengal Coast of Bangladesh MS
02 Tahrim Jannat Mowsumi Monitoring of Coral Reefs around Saint Martin Island using Satellite Imagery. MS
03 Shuvra Majumder Spatial and temporal distribution of nutrients and chlorophyll-a in the western part of Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh. MS
04 Khandakar Tahmida Tafhim Investigation of Heavy-Mineral Deposits in Coastal Areas of Bangladesh and Comparison with Multispectral Satallite Imagery. MS
05 Md. Manjurul Islam Measuring Resilience of Two Coastal Fishing Communities of Bangladesh MS
06 Seema Rani Distribution and deposition characteristics of trace metals, carbon and nitrogen in the sediments of Karnafuli  river estuary, a semi enclosed Bay Area of Northern Bay of Bengal Ph.D

List of scholarship recipients in 2019-2020:

Sl No. Name Title Programme
01 Jarin Tasnim Seasonal variation and spatial analysis of microplastics in the surface beach sediment of the northeastern coastal zone of Bay of Bengal MS
02 Rayhan Hossain Three dimensional Hydrodynamic and Ecological modeling in Naf river MS
03 Asheka Israt Suchana Spatial distribution, composition and abundance of zooplankton in Moheshkhali channel, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh MS
04 Md. Habibur Rahman Habib Zoning plan for an ecological critical areas using spatial multi-criteria analysis and GIS application : The case study of Saint martim island in Bangladesh MS
05 Abid Hasan Bathymetry mapping of the continental shelf of the Bay of Bengal using available data sources and delineating resource gaps MS
06 Md. Muhaiminul Islam Biogeochemistry of Maheshkhali channel and north eastern coastal waters of Bangladesh: nutrients, trace metals and biomarkers MS