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My expectations are to know more about marine conservation with turtles and different ecosystems such mangroves and corals, also to learn more about the Indonesian culture.

ITroSCO is

The International tropical summer course, abbreviated as ITroSCo, is a summer course organized by the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science (FPIK), Universitas Diponegoro (UNDIP). This summer course has been held since 2019 with the theme “Tropical Conservation, Culture, and Eco-Tourism”. There were two activity categories, a class lecture and site visitation in Semarang and Karimunjawa islands (120 km away from Java main island).

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Join Our International Tropical Summer Course on August 18th – Sept 1st, 2021!

This year, the theme is “Traditional Fisheries and Technology in Indonesia for Sustainability Eco-development”. We choose this theme because Indonesia is considered multi-ethnic and multi-culture, which benefits the fishermen to capture and culture the fish. We open registration on June 1st to July 21st, 2021. (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

Semarang became an entrepot for spices!

Semarang in Brief

The participants will learn about the history of Semarang, which has a combination of Javanese, Dutch, and Chinese cultures. Participants will visit several historical and iconic places from the city of Semarang. In addition, participants will learn about batik, its history and how to make batik, one of Indonesia’s cultural heritage.

“Must” destination to visit!

Karimunjawa Island: Hidden Paradise in Java

The participants can experience directly related to fisheries and marine, for example, being able to snorkel on the paradise islands, Karimunjawa. Participants can experience firsthand the beauty of Indonesia and the diversity of ocean biodiversity in Indonesia. Not only that, students can find out firsthand about mangrove forests in Central Java, cases of land subsidence in Semarang, aquaculture in urban areas and processing of fishery products in Semarang.

Welcome to Indonesia!

DO’s and DON’Ts in Indonesia

Being a tropical paradise, Indonesia is often objectied as simply a blissful destination to enjoy nature and adventure. But there are cultures, laws, and customs to heed, respect and comply with. So, heres the list you should do and should never do in Indonesia.

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Final Group Presentation Day

Final Group Presentation Day

ITROSCO, SEMARANG - Final Group Presentation Day (31/8), another day of presentations is here. But for today, it's a group presentation. There were...

Yugo Kurotani

I am really enjoy ITroSCo 2019, I enjoy stay in Semarang and Karimunjawa Island. That’s real beautiful island and I really enjoy this program.

Sofia

I really recommend these courses, I think you should apply for it. Indonesians people are so welcoming and we also learned a lot of mangroves and corals and we went snorkelling.

Abigail Doane-Simon

Because I come from the North Atlantic, I’m very excited to learn about a completely different ecosystem and culture and gain a new perspective.

Andrea Milena Osorio Baquero

My expectations are to know more about marine conservation with turtles and different ecosystems such mangroves and corals, also to learn more about the Indonesian culture.

International Tropical Summer Course

In this year, the theme is “Traditional Fisheries and Technology in Indonesia for Sustainability Eco-development”.