Given the reduced size and population of the Falkland Islands, study opportunities for foreigners are less generous than in other corners of the world. There are no higher-education institutions in the region, and those who wish to continue their studies are financed by the local authorities, usually in the UK.
Some organisations arrange ocean-wide expeditions which revolve around studying the Islands’ wildlife. Activities include cruising, shore excursions, hiking, and wildlife spotting.
Since the Falkland Islands are an English-speaking region, you could also pursue a language programme. You can sign up with a private or public institution or search for a private tutor.
There are several nationals that do not require a visa to enter the Falkland Islands, but contact a local embassy for more information.