On Wednesday, The University of Gibraltar welcomed 15 students and their guests to an award ceremony for the Professional Certificate of Competence in Gibraltar Law. The awards, given out for successful completion of the course, were presented to the students by Vice-Chancellor Catherine Bachleda.
Following the awards being given out, there was the chance for students and their guests to celebrate together at a drinks reception after the ceremony.
The Professional Certificate of Competence in Gibraltar Law is delivered via weekly lectures over a course of 24 weeks by over 20 local and experienced expert industry speakers. This unique and industry-focused approach to delivering the program ensures that students are provided with the foundational knowledge of different aspects of Gibraltar law that they need to succeed in their future careers.
For further information or to express your interest in the course, email email@example.com or call Lorraine Povedano on 20071000 ext 847.
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