School of Maritime Science
Home: £9,250* per annum
International and EU: £12,500* per annum
*Additional fees will apply for your Cadetship, please contact us for more information.
(For 2023, international and EU fees will be the same as Home fees)
5th December 2022 to 3rd July 2023
The BSc (Hons) Maritime Science with Deck Cadetship programme specification can be found HERE. The BSc (Hons) Maritime Science with Engineering Cadetship programme specification can be found HERE. The BSc (Hons) Maritime Science programme specification is the same as the Deck Cadetship document, with the exclusion of seatime.
Ivan Viñales, BSc (Hons) Maritime Science student
“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 should have:
All applicants should have:
English language requirements:
An overall IELTS test result of 6.0, including a minimum of 5.5 in all sub-tests. Equivalent awards will be considered (e.g. Pearson’s Test of English, Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English, Duolingo English Test, 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.
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.
|Region||FEE PER ANNUM|
|International and EU||£12,500* (For 2023, international and EU fees will be the same as Home fees)|
*Additional costs: while most programme costs are covered by your tuition fees, some essential resources such as Uniforms and PPE, or other optional extras may need to be paid for separately. Current costs associated with purchase of Uniforms and PPE are approximately £290.
*Final year project: As your final year includes a research project, there may be additional costs associated with your research activities (e.g. transport or accommodation). The amount will depend on the project you choose.
This programme will be run subject to minimum numbers being met.
Note: the above fees are for the Academic year 2023/24 and are subject to indexation.
All applications are reviewed on a monthly rolling basis. Once you submit your application, it will be reviewed at the beginning of the following month, with an interview being scheduled for later that same month.
E.g. any applications submitted during the month of December will be reviewed at the beginning of January, with interviews being scheduled later in January.
If you are unsure of which route you would like to study, complete your application via either of the apply buttons. You have up until the end of your first semester of study to decide on which route you would like to commit to.
Please note that regardless of your decision to specialise in either Engineering or Nautical, candidates will be given the option to swap specialities after the first semester from Engineering to Nautical or vice versa.
Contact us via the enquire button for more information.
The University of Gibraltar hosts or directly offers a limited number of scholarship programmes to support your studies. These scholarships are highly competitive; they are available to support undergraduate, Master’s degree and PhD programmes and are made available to students based on certain criteria.
As part of Gibraltar’s nationwide vaccination programme, all University of Gibraltar teaching staff and students – including non-residents and international students – were offered a Covid 19 vaccine.
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.