The Oceans Campus offers a wide range of wildlife courses, designed to take passionate, enthusiastic gap year students, volunteers, Interns and travelers on life-changing journeys through South Africa’s amazing wildlife kingdom.
Augment you veterinary studies and gain valuable training in the field of wildlife veterinary, whilst on the adventure of a life time to South Africa
Environmental journalism and travel writing are powerful ways to advocate for the natural world and to inform the general public on ways to sustainably travel and experience the wonders of nature.
Master the art of wildlife documentary film making in the heart of South Africa! Our unique wildlife documentary film making training course allows you to produce your own 5-minute wildlife documentary to showcase your abilities to producers and industry professionals.
Participants in this internship program will receive the unique opportunity to enrich the lives of the children they will work with by and encouraging them to make positive choices about Africa’s marine environment.
The Wildlife and Adventure Photography program offers you an unparalleled opportunity to develop your photography skills to a professional level, whilst exploring the awe inspiring photography platforms of Southern Africa.
Join a dedicated team of research specialists passionate about the well being of Africa's most valuable asset - its wild animals.
The Oceans Research Internship provides unparalleled research training opportunities for aspiring marine scientists and researchers.
This once-in-a-lifetime program will equip students with the knowledge and practical skills to produce world class underwater photographs. Set in beautiful Mozambique – take the opportunity to perfect the art of underwater photography
The Great White Shark conservation program is a shark conservation, naturalist and educational program that offers a diverse itinerary, as well as provide and facilitate sustainable ecotourism relevant to the management and conservation of southern Africa’s marine life.
The African Wildlife Conservation volunteer program's goal is to offer participants experience in practical knowledge and hands-on encounters with the world famous “Big-Five” animals of Africa – The Lion, African Elephant, Cape Buffalo, Leopard and Rhinoceros, and many more.