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University Field Trips

Fuze Ecoteer run university field trips in biology, geography and environmental science. With links with universities we can introduce local researchers into the programmes, or run service trips.

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University Field trips and
study tours in Malaysia

We provide students with various types of university field trips and study tours in Malaysia. This ranges from service programmes and course related programmes such as biology, environmental science and marine biology field trips. 

For environmental science field trip, Fuze Ecoteer provides programmes in both marine and terrestrial research areas. You can choose to explore marine ecosystems such as seagrass and coral reefs and/or terrestrial ecosystems such as lower montane forests, lowland forests, rivers and mangroves.

Fuze Ecoteer also leads university service trips for example Durham University Charity Kommittee (DUCK) have been supporting the Perhentian Turtle Project since 2015 with annual trips.

Awareness conservation session during Marine biology university field trip Malaysia

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University Field Trips

Our university field trips can provide you with hands-on experience of actual conservation and research activities in different ecosystems. Our formal links with several universities in Malaysia allow us to involve local experts in your programme.  They are able to give guest lectures and conduct research workshops on various topics such as primates, small mammals, bats, insects, botany, corals and sea turtles.

Service and study tours

Our service trips involve learning from and also giving back to marine environments and indigenous people at Merapoh and Belum.

In January 2019, the Leo Club of Mount Cameron ran a conservation focused capacity-building training workshop for the Bateq people.  The students assisted our team to teach the Bateq people how to use GPS units, camera traps and other equipment and data collection.

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