This course of studies offers the learner a wide perspective of different aspects of fish management and will provide them with a broad knowledge and aptitude related to the fish husbandry sector and industry. Learners will acquire knowledge, skills and competencies in both the farmed and ornamental fish husbandry industries. This programme of studies also exposes learners to key concepts related to wild stock fisheries management.
The programme will give an opportunity to learners to gain experience while learning new skills and are constantly encouraged to relate theory to practice at all stages through assignments, projects, practical work and work placements. Scheduled fish husbandry duties form an integral part of the curriculum.
MCAST Average Tuition Fees And Other Expenses
Tuition fees 1 year program
Tuition fees 2 years program
Tuition fees 3 years program
Tuition fees 4 years program
150 - 200 Euro
250 - 350 euro Per Month
135 -250 Euro Per Month
21 EURO Per Month
English Language Requirements: Applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of proficiency in the English language but providing English language test results. The minimum test scores required are: