Study a highly topical subject in truly a unique location for environmental research.
School of Marine Science
International and EU: TBC
*Please note that applications will open once the validation process has been completed. For those who wish to apply please complete the above enquiry form.
The MSc Environmental Science & Climate Change teaching team brings together a multi-disciplinary group of internationally-recognised specialists in the area of Environmental Science who have extensive expertise in developing and delivering academic programmes in the sciences.
We are committed to providing an excellent learning experience that is personal and participative. That’s why we have decided to continue the face-to-face delivery of our programmes.
The programme is based on a series of modules in increasing levels of specialism.
You will undertake your research project working directly with researchers at the University of Gibraltar and potential external specialists, and (where possible) potentially to carry out your research project abroad.
|Exit Award level||Module||Credits|
|PGCert||Ecology, Conservation and Environmental Management||30|
|PGCert||Research Skills and Methods||15|
|PGCert||Coastal Zone Management: Area-based Marine tools||15|
|PGDip||Marine Ecosystems and Sustainability||15|
|PGDip||Climate Change Adaptation||15|
|PGDip||Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction||15|
CATS = Credit Accumulation Transfer Scheme where 1 CAT = 10 notional (contact + individual) hours of study
“In achieving QAA’s global accreditation, the University has displayed its compatibility with international best practice.”
Vicki Scott, UK Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) Chief Executive.
Typically, all applicants will have:
English language requirements:
If you have been resident in Gibraltar for more than five years then, once you receive your offer letter from the University of Gibraltar, you can apply to the Department of Education for funding.