Study a highly topical subject in a truly unique location for marine and environmental biological research
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 with external specialists. It may be possible to carry out your research project abroad.
|Exit Award level||Module||CATS|
|Marine Biology, Ecosystems and Conservation||15|
|Research Skills and Methods||15|
|PGCert||Coastal Zone Management: Area-based Marine tools||15|
|Marine Ecosystems and Sustainability||15|
|Climate Change Adaptation||15|
|Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction||15|
CATS = Credit Accumulation Transfer Scheme where 1 CAT = 10 notional (contact + individual) hours of study
If English is not your first language, you are required to have one of the following qualifications as evidence of their English language skills:
An overall IELTS test result of 6.5, including a minimum of 6.0 in all sub-tests. Equivalent awards will be considered (e.g. Pearson’s Test of English, Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English, City & Guilds International ESOL 8984, or the TOEFL- IBT test of English proficiency).
If you do not meet our entry requirements, you can still apply as we will consider your application. Click here for more info.
The University also offers pre-sessional English courses which are designed to help you improve your English language skills so that you can fully participate in your study programme. Click here for more info.
Offers are based on a combination of qualifications or predicted grades, the applicant’s personal statement and references. For guidelines on personal statements and references please click here.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Non-standard Entry Requirements
Note: the above fees are for the Academic year 2019/20. Fees for Part-Time students would be half the respective Full-Time fees per annum.