Meet our Students

  • "My research project aimed to strengthen the understanding of how reef manta rays (Mobula alfredi) use cleaning stations and interact with cleaner fish in southern Mozambique. "

    Jule Buschmann Research

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "I feel I have gained and developed a variety of essential skills including critical thinking, adaptability, and effective communication preparing me for the future."

    Jemila Mellin

    MSc in Environmental Science & Climate Change

  • "The objectives of the study included the assessment of public perceptions and attitudes towards the local marine environment, ocean literacy levels, perceived threats derived from climate change, and individual benefits obtained by residents and visitors in Cabo Pulmo National Park"

    Mariela Pérez Ponzanelli Research

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "My research project aimed to (1) evaluate the concept of marine protected area (MPA) success in the scientific literature and (2) assess the management and governance of German MPAs in the North Sea and was accompanied by a part-time internship with the Marine Conservation Institute (https://marine-conservation.org/). "

    Natascha Jaspert

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "My research project aimed to assess the abundance of the finger-shaped sea pen (Veretillum cynomorium) within the western coastal waters of Gibraltar. "

    Laurent Righetti

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "Having the opportunity to work with the Botanical Gardens and Department of the Environment, Sustainability, Climate Change and Heritage has been amazing."

    Katie Mahon

    MSc in Environmental Science & Climate Change

  • "I had a thoroughly enjoyable experience during my Spanish classes. The classes provided me with a rich and immersive language learning experience."

    DanAn Truong

    General Spanish

  • "Linda’s research has brought together various disciplines such as marine ecology and marine policy"

    Linda Mazza

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "Sid’s research is hugely significant in understanding the health of a vulnerable stony coral species within Gibraltar’s waters and present within the wider Western Mediterranean."

    Sid Dewfall

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "coming here was the best thing i ever did, i came here and found myself and the University lifestyle here helped me achieve that. "

    Mohammed El Yettefi

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

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  • "coming here was the best thing i ever did, i came here and found myself and the University lifestyle here helped me achieve that. "

    Nathania Suissa

    BSc (Hons) Computing and Entrepreneurship

  • "Kellie Rana describes her research project on factors contributing to success in MPAs , whilst simultaneously conducting an internship with the Marine Conservation Institute."

    Kellie Rana

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "My project is a survey of the richness and abundance of fish species in and around the Arch, Barranco Seco, Los Gigantes, Tenerife."

    Carol Baily

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "My project is a description of Prokaryotic Picoplanktonic communities and their relationships with the Physio-Chemical."

    Ingrid Tissot van Patot

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "My project looks into the effects of climate variability on a top pelagic predator assessed through stable isotope and stomach content analyses."

    Samantha Slisarenko

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "My project aims to investigate policies and best practices for reducing ship emissions and the impact of low-emission areas."

    Chynara Kamalova

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "The proposed study aims to conduct Baited Remote Underwater Video (BRUV) deployments in order to assess the specie abundance as well as the prey trophic structure of Dentex dentex in the Natural Marine Park of Cap Corse and Agriate in protected and unprotected sites of professional and recreational fishing, in collaboration with Stella Mare laboratory."

    Baptiste Orsoni

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "My research project aimed to develop recommendations to support the delivery of additional marine management actions in Gibraltar. The rationale for this study was to bridge knowledge gaps on the marine environments around Gibraltar, through a review of literature on UK and UK Overseas Territories (UKOT) marine environments and management policies."

    Natalie Coles

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "The aim of my project was to assess the impacts and pressures of Marine Recreational Fishing (MRF) on Europa Reef. To determine the marine recreational fishing effort (MRFE) a novel methodology was employed where in situ surveying was carried out by land-based visual surveys. "

    Xavier Villar Buzo

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "My research concerns the changes that occurred in the Andes during the Inka and Spanish conquests. To understand these changes, I compared two different areas: the Huari province in the Peruvian North-Central Andes, and the Calchaqui Valley in the North-western Argentina. "
  • "coming here was the best thing i ever did, i came here and found myself and the University lifestyle here helped me achieve that. "

    Amy Robinson

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

  • "Bárbara lives in Spain and she is now doing a bachelor’s degree. She took an English course in the University of Gibraltar Language Centre. she shares her experiences of studying with us during the English Language Summer School."

    Bárbara

    English Language Summer School

  • "Nono shares her experiences of studying with us during the English Language Summer School"

    Nakayama Nono

    English Language Summer School

  • "My project adapted a PSR style tool which was used to assess Europa Reef, the rocky reef in the area of ocean surrounding Europa Point, and to demonstrate how the tool could be applied. "

    Natalie Muirhead-Davies

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "My research project aimed to increase the abundance of Octopus vulgaris in Gibraltar through repurposing artisanal clay fishing pots into artificial dens to increase habitat availability for Octopus vulgaris in Gibraltar."

    Elly Clay

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "Coming to the University of Gibraltar means you get the chance to experience different cultures, surrounded by a spectacular part of the world. "

    Jonathan Ferdinand

    Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)

  • "If somebody is thinking of coming here, I would say that they should definitely join as there is something for everyone and the lecturers are brilliant"

    Alex Zelikov

    Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)

  • "I would recommend this programme because the University is a very small place, and you can get exactly what you want out of the lectures and learning. Everybody here is very helpful. "

    Spencer Jooste

    BSc (Hons) Maritime Science

  • "Regarding the placement, it is a hands-on means of finding out where the maritime industry currently stands. "

    Thomas Barry Penalver

    BSc (Hons) Maritime Science

  • " It won’t be easy but it’ll be worth it! This university will help you take the next step and develop your career even further!"

    Celine Ruiz

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

  • "Unigib is an excellent University with a good learning and social atmosphere."

    Celine Monteverde

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

  • "The Uni is really nice and you will get a great experience here to help you in your future career. Go for it!"

    Alex Hartley

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

  • "If you are looking for an excellent course in marine science and a fantastic lifestyle to go with it, you’ve found it! You will not regret it."

    Guilherme Rosado

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "Coming to study at the University of Gibraltar has been a great opportunity to grow as a person and a scientist. It will open doors to new adventures, skills and knowledge."

    Frances M. Miranda Soler

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "It feels weird to be a student again, but I have been loving the experience so far. I love that everyone recognises each other, and I feel well-supported here."

    Arianna Talas

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "My main objective is to use GIS to gauge the efficacy of the built defences around Gibraltar. I am going to create a model which fires virtual cannon and, using, cartographically correct maps of Gibraltar throughout its history."
  • "The ALICE Project: Assessment of Litter-Fauna Interactions in submarine Canyon Environments"

    Alice Bruemmer

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "If you're thinking of coming here, I'd say do it! If you're interested in marine science and looking for a course that has a very personal, hands-on approach, this is the place to do it."

    Jule Buschmann

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "The University is a different institution where students are treated as individuals and learning is seen as the key to success and a means by itself."

    Lucy Darby

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "The University is a different institution where students are treated as individuals and learning is seen as the key to success and a means by itself."

    Mariela Perez Ponzanelli

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "I’ve been so impressed with the events the uni has to offer. It’s made it easy to make friends and get involved. I already feel appreciated for what it brings as an individual, and I get to meet people worldwide."

    Nadine Mauch

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "The university has a great science program that covers all topics. The knowledge gain in this program will open many opportunities for them."

    Patricia Vidal Geraldino

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "If you’re looking for an interesting, supportive university with a diverse academia, then look no further. You won’t regret it."

    Rachelle Hicks

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "I wanted to learn in a unique place. Gibraltar straddles the Mediterranean and Atlantic, which brings many different types of marine organisms to its shores. I also like the university's small size; it creates a personalised experience."

    Teagan Miller

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "I’ve been so impressed with the events the uni has to offer. It’s made it easy to make friends and get involved. I already feel appreciated for what it brings as an individual, and I get to meet people worldwide."

    Tess Beckwith

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "My research explored the sustainability of dementia care and the impact of therapeutic services for people with dementia in terms of their cognition, function and quality of life."
  • " I chose the MBA to gain knowledge to obtain a wider knowledge of business practices in general which would hopefully assist me in running my business."

    Eamon Bermingham

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

  • "The University of Gibraltar is a tight-knit family where you can closely interact with the staff and other students, feel loved and valued, and at the same time be in a position to access new excellent academic infrastructure."
  • "Gibraltar is a great place to build your network among the gaming and gambling industry. I believe I can help drive policy and interventions that help users in the industry, while applying what we learn and work on, at the research centre. "
  • "The main focus of my research is to improve the scientific basis for the management of western Mediterranean wetlands in drylands, specifically looking at the role of carbon within the wetlands."
  • "The concept of Green Port as a driver of positive change for both local and international level and possible implementation in Gibraltar."

    Riccardo Fornasari

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "Methodological framework to assess the health status of gorgonian species."

    Lívia Lang

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "Community structure and its role within ecosystem artificial reef The Ark."

    Lucinda Rosheuvel

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "The zooplankton community in the Bay of Gibraltar under tidal influences and recommendations for future monitoring studies."

    Julian Koplin

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "Form follows function?: The influence of algal architecture on epifaunal assemblages in the invasive algae Rugulopteryx okamurae in Gibraltar."

    Lilli Marie Blume

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "PROJECT MIS: Investigating the presence of non-native species in Mid Harbour Small Boats Marina, assessing recreational vessels as vectors, and exploring stakeholder engagement in implications for marine management."

    Amy Swift

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "Microplastic survey of abundance and characterisation across the shores of Gibraltar: A marine management issue."

    Bethany Wilkinson

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "The Use of Baited Remote Underwater Video (BRUV) to Assess the influence of habitat complexity and Anthropogenic Activity on the abundance and Behaviour in Coastal Fish (Labridae & Sparidae): Implications for Marine Management."

    Michael Simmons

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "I have settled into studying well, and alongside gaining knowledge, have found myself ever-more passionate about the Maritime industry."

    Jacob McGowan-Griffin

    BSc (Hons) Maritime Science

  • "This course has unravelled a completely new thought process for me and opened new doors. I found various aspects of my course such as HR and accounting riveting and would not be averse to dabble in the corporate world."

    Rohini Shukla

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

  • "My scholarship has allowed me to work with the Gibraltar National Museum, and has created a lot of additional opportunities, including being able to take part in the Gibraltar History Lecture Series."
  • "I really enjoy being in a classroom surrounded by inquisitive students. I enjoy teaching and seeing students progress. "

    Henry Earle

    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

  • "The research outcomes of my project in Gibraltar has the potential to influence global wildlife-conservation debates in other locations and nature reserves experiencing similar unique human-wildlife conflicts. "
  • "Being a Commonwealth student means a lot to me as through the Commonwealth’s Scholarship support, I get to continue pursuing my educational dreams."
  • "University of Gibraltar seemed perfectly situated to offer me that expansion of my worldview, with the intimate support of a small team and the excitement of building something together."
  • "I chose to study a PGCE at the University of Gibraltar because I know people who have completed the course previously and they have spoken very highly of the lecturers and the support received."

    Janella Borrell

    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

  • "It has been a good experience to understand different perspectives in the workplace and we’ve had an insight into how the government works for example, as well as speaking to people from private companies, and it makes for interesting conversations."

    Agata Zwan

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

  • "There were so many things that I didn’t know when I started, especially the grammar, and I’ve definitely found it difficult, but I have noticed a massive improvement in myself."

    César Gonzalez

    General English

  • ""A few years ago, I did go to university in the UK, but I became very homesick and did not enjoy my experience there. This time, I’m really enjoying my university experience – when I finish my lessons, I can go off to the beach with my family.""

    Sky Bolaños

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

  • "At first, I was planning to go to London, but eventually, I chose Gibraltar because it seemed to be the best of both worlds for me. With the language, it is convenient to be able to speak in Spanish too if I need to, and the UK education system makes it a perfect combination to start my studies and professional career."

    Manuel Sanchez

    Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)

  • "We have quite a social class and do lots of activities together. Most of us live in the accommodation – it’s very convenient to live that close to campus."

    Reda Harma

    Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)

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  • "So many of my family members are nurses, it is basically in my blood. I completely fell in love with the work."

    Louise McCarthy

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

  • "Education is never just for a period of time, but a form of continuous development."

    Luke Kou

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

  • "Our class is very mixed and we get on really well! We have students from India, Russia, Sweden, Spain, UK, America and Morocco on the course so it’s a real cross section!"

    Amelia Lewis-Berry

    Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)

  • "Despite me already having done a master’s program in the UK previously, the location, contacts and new lessons will fuel my future career."

    John Yanez Dobson

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "In Gibraltar, we have the unique opportunity to understand the relationship between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean, this makes it an interesting location to study."

    Livia Lang

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "There is still a lot that needs to be studied here in Gibraltar as well, which makes it a really exciting place to be as a student who wants to do research."

    Michael Simmons

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "This course has given me a completely different view on Gibraltar, and it makes me fall in love with Gibraltar in a different way"

    Adrianna Proetta

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "Living in Gibraltar which is strongly dominated by business, the MBA has made me eager to learn further, mastering all qualities necessary to form part of the business industry some day."

    Kellyanne Ignacio

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

  • "The MA in Leadership and Management is a well-structured award, combining expert, on campus tuition with blended online options. It has the right balance of critical theory and practical, real world, application."

    Frederick Martin

    MA in Leadership and Management

  • "I've found the style of teaching is very engaging and modern. Lecturers are extremely supportive and really go out of their way to assist you in anything you need."

    Demi Green

    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

  • "Great level of support and studying at home allows me to spend more time with my family."

    Elsa Baldacchino

    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

  • "This programme has enabled me to become more confident and proficient in numeracy skills; the lecturers are great in supporting us throughout whenever needed."

    Ivan Vinales

    Access to Higher Education (AHE) programme

  • "Delivered with the utmost level of care and support by an attentive and vocationally-driven team of lecturers; this course has helped me get back onto the academic saddle, dispelling myths and misconceptions inferred to by the adage about “old dogs” and “new tricks”."

    Thomas Peñalver

    Access to Higher Education (AHE) programme

  • "With the lockdown the Uni managed to adapt to the situation and provided excellent online classes which we all enjoyed. There were always materials left on Canvas to improve what’s just been learned in the previous lesson, which was great!"

    Gabrijela Gradecak

    General Spanish

  • "Disfruto y aprendo mucho porque el nivel de enseñanza de la universidad de Gibraltar es muy bueno, es excelente. El curso me ayuda mucho para esta comunicación permanente con mis jugadores, con la GFA, con la prensa y lógicamente también las personas que están y les gusta el futbol."

    Julio Ribas

    General English

  • "Journal Club is really important for various reasons. It provides a forum for students to learn how to read and understand scientific publications, effectively communicate findings, practice public speaking and learn about scientific research; especially useful for the MSc research project stage."

    Ivan Hernandez

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "The PGCE has provided me with a solid foundation of knowledge and an opportunity to develop and enhance my skills in a practical and supportive environment. With this thorough preparation, I have been able to take up a position as an NQT in England."

    Bethan Perera

    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

  • "The skills gained in this MSc has provided me with a deeper understanding of the marine environment & species, and ultimately aided my professional skills. The expert knowledge and interactive lectures under the small class size delivery allowed me to understand difficult concepts and topics much easier than with conventional teaching."

    Albert Gonzalez

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "The flexibility of class times is brilliant for those of us who work full time; without that, I wouldn't have been able to undertake this really worthwhile qualification."

    Lea Payne

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

  • "First hand teaching experience in schools, gave me the opportunity to develop my professional practice along with meeting wonderful mentors, teachers and students."

    Louise Anne Baitson

    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

  • "It is a person centered programme, meaning those who have been out of education can get the support they need."

    Nicola Bosio

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

  • Iain Payne

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

  • "Gibraltar is a wonderful place to study and live. I received good support from lecturers and staff, meaning I could focus on the programme."

    Zainab Seddeki

    Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)

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  • "If you are after a practical course that comes with great learning opportunities and great support, then the University of Gibraltar is a great place to study"

    Maïté Kesteleyn

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "The programme has been a great experience overall, the modules have been varied and interesting. Assignments have been perfectly designed to prepare us with numerous skills that will be beneficial for my future."

    Francine Pons

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "Lectures were engaging and challenged us to contribute and discuss. Practical sessions were fun and the lecturers were great at teaching and supporting us whenever needed."

    Petros Dimitriou

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • "If you're looking for an inclusive, supportive and inspiring academic experience, I would recommend studying at the University of Gibraltar."

    Emma Hall

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Jule Buschmann Research

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Jemila Mellin

    MSc in Environmental Science & Climate Change

  • Mariela Pérez Ponzanelli Research

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Natascha Jaspert

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Laurent Righetti

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Katie Mahon

    MSc in Environmental Science & Climate Change

  • DanAn Truong

    General Spanish

    I had a thoroughly enjoyable experience during my Spanish classes. The classes provided me with a rich and immersive language learning experience.
  • Linda Mazza

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Sid Dewfall

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Mohammed El Yettefi

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

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  • Nathania Suissa

    BSc (Hons) Computing and Entrepreneurship

  • Kellie Rana

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Carol Baily

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Ingrid Tissot van Patot

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Samantha Slisarenko

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Chynara Kamalova

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Baptiste Orsoni

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Natalie Coles

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Xavier Villar Buzo

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Elisa Benozzi

    PhD

  • Amy Robinson

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

  • Bárbara

    English Language Summer School

    Bárbara lives in Spain and she is now doing a bachelor’s degree. She took an English course in the University of Gibraltar Language Centre. she shares her experiences of studying with us during the English Language Summer School.
  • Nakayama Nono

    English Language Summer School

    Nono shares her experiences of studying with us during the English Language Summer School
  • Natalie Muirhead-Davies

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Elly Clay

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Jonathan Ferdinand

    Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)

    “Coming to the University of Gibraltar means you get the chance to experience different cultures, surrounded by a spectacular part of the world.”
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  • Alex Zelikov

    Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)

    “If somebody is thinking of coming here, I would say that they should definitely join as there is something for everyone and the lecturers are brilliant”
    read full profile
  • Spencer Jooste

    BSc (Hons) Maritime Science

  • Thomas Barry Penalver

    BSc (Hons) Maritime Science

  • Celine Ruiz

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

    ” It won’t be easy but it’ll be worth it! This university will help you take the next step and develop your career even further!”
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  • Celine Monteverde

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

    “Unigib is an excellent University with a good learning and social atmosphere.”
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  • Alex Hartley

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

    “The Uni is really nice and you will get a great experience here to help you in your future career. Go for it!”
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  • Guilherme Rosado

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    If you are looking for an excellent course in marine science and a fantastic lifestyle to go with it, you’ve found it! You will not regret it.
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  • Frances M. Miranda Soler

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    “Coming to study at the University of Gibraltar has been a great opportunity to grow as a person and a scientist. It will open doors to new adventures, skills and knowledge.”
    read full profile
  • Arianna Talas

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    ‘It feels weird to be a student again, but I have been loving the experience so far. I love that everyone recognises each other, and I feel well-supported
    here’.
    read full profile
  • Keith Madeira

    PhD

    Read about PhD student Keith Madeira as he uses GIS to gauge the efficacy of the built defences around Gibraltar. With the aims of creating a model which fires virtual cannon and, using cartographically correct maps of Gibraltar throughout its history.
    read full profile
  • Alice Bruemmer

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Jule Buschmann

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    ‘If you’re thinking of coming here, I’d say do it! If you’re interested in marine science and looking for a course that has a very personal, hands-on approach, this is the place to do it’.
    read full profile
  • Lucy Darby

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    “It’s definitely a choice I’m glad I made! Make the most of your experience here, meet as many people as you can and don’t be scared to try new things.”
    read full profile
  • Mariela Perez Ponzanelli

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    “The University is a different institution where students are treated as individuals and learning is seen as the key to success and a means by itself.”
    read full profile
  • Nadine Mauch

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    ‘You are going to like the familiar feeling of the University and how the classes are very close to reality. The network of the University is great too and enables you to get an insight in certain areas already while you’re studying’.
    read full profile
  • Patricia Vidal Geraldino

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    ‘The university has a great science program that covers all topics. The knowledge gain in this program will open many opportunities for them.’
    read full profile
  • Rachelle Hicks

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    ‘If you’re looking for an interesting, supportive university with a diverse academia, then look no further. You won’t regret it’.
    read full profile
  • Teagan Miller

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    ‘I wanted to learn in a unique place. Gibraltar straddles the Mediterranean and Atlantic, which brings many different types of marine organisms to its shores. I also like the university’s small size; it creates a personalised experience’.
    read full profile
  • Tess Beckwith

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    ‘I’m not just learning inside of the classroom but able to go right into the field and do valuable work. That is something unique to this place’.
    read full profile
  • Sonal Samtani

    PhD

    “My research explored the sustainability of dementia care and the impact of therapeutic services for people with dementia in terms of their cognition, function and quality of life.”
    read full profile
  • Eamon Bermingham

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

    “I chose the MBA to gain knowledge to obtain a wider knowledge of business practices in general which would hopefully assist me in running my business.”
    read full profile
  • Ronald Ngetich

    PhD

    “The University of Gibraltar is a tight-knit family where you can closely interact with the staff and other students, feel loved and valued, and at the same time be in a position to access new excellent academic infrastructure.”

    read full profile
  • Harshdeep S. Mangat

    PhD

    “Gibraltar is a great place to build your network among the gaming and gambling industry. I believe I can help drive policy and interventions that help users in the industry, while applying what we learn and work on, at the research centre.”

    read full profile
  • Tasmin Griffith

    PhD

    “The main focus of my research is to improve the scientific basis for the management of western Mediterranean wetlands in drylands, specifically looking at the role of carbon within the wetlands.”
    read full profile
  • Riccardo Fornasari

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Lívia Lang

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Lucinda Rosheuvel

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Julian Koplin

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Lilli Marie Blume

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Amy Swift

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Bethany Wilkinson

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Michael Simmons

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

  • Jacob McGowan-Griffin

    BSc (Hons) Maritime Science

  • Rohini Shukla

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

    “this course has unravelled a completely new thought process for me and opened new doors. I found various aspects of my course such as HR and accounting riveting and would not be averse to dabble in the corporate world.”
    read full profile
  • Natalie Wilson

    PhD

    “My scholarship has allowed me to work with the Gibraltar National Museum, and has created a lot of additional opportunities, including being able to take part in the Gibraltar History Lecture Series.”
    read full profile
  • Henry Earle

    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

    “I really enjoy being in a classroom surrounded by inquisitive students. I enjoy teaching and seeing students progress.”
    read full profile
  • Bethany Gadd

    PhD

    “The research outcomes of my project in Gibraltar has the potential to influence global wildlife-conservation debates in other locations and nature reserves experiencing similar unique human-wildlife conflicts.”
    read full profile
  • Petros Dimitriou

    PhD

    “Being a Commonwealth student means a lot to me as through the Commonwealth’s Scholarship support, I get to continue pursuing my educational dreams.”
    read full profile
  • Judith Glynn

    PhD

    “University of Gibraltar seemed perfectly situated to offer me that expansion of my worldview, with the intimate support of a small team and the excitement of building something together.”

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  • Janella Borrell

    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

    “I chose to study a PGCE at the University of Gibraltar because I know people who have completed the course previously and they have spoken very highly of the lecturers and the support received.”

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  • Agata Zwan

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

    “It has been a good experience to understand different perspectives in the workplace and we’ve had an insight into how the government works for example, as well as speaking to people from private companies, and it makes for interesting conversations.”
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  • César Gonzalez

    General English

    “There were so many things that I didn’t know when I started, especially the grammar, and I’ve definitely found it difficult, but I have noticed a massive improvement in myself.”
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  • Sky Bolaños

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

    “A few years ago, I did go to university in the UK, but I became very homesick and did not enjoy my experience there. This time, I’m really enjoying my university experience – when I finish my lessons, I can go off to the beach with my family.”
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  • Manuel Sanchez

    Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)

    “At first, I was planning to go to London, but eventually, I chose Gibraltar because it seemed to be the best of both worlds for me. With the language, it is convenient to be able to speak in Spanish too if I need to, and the UK education system makes it a perfect combination to start my studies and professional career.”
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  • Reda Harma

    Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)

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    “We have quite a social class and do lots of activities together. Most of us live in the accommodation – it’s very convenient to live that close to campus.”
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  • Louise McCarthy

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

    “So many of my family members are nurses, it is basically in my blood. I completely fell in love with the work.”
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  • Luke Kou

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

    “Education is never just for a period of time, but a form of continuous development.”
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  • Amelia Lewis-Berry

    Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)

    “Our class is very mixed and we get on really well! We have students from India, Russia, Sweden, Spain, UK, America and Morocco on the course so it’s a real cross section!”
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  • John Yanez Dobson

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    “Despite me already having done a master’s program in the UK previously, the location, contacts and new lessons will fuel my future career.”
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  • Livia Lang

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    “In Gibraltar, we have the unique opportunity to understand the relationship between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean, this makes it an interesting location to study.”
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  • Michael Simmons

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    “There is still a lot that needs to be studied here in Gibraltar as well, which makes it a really exciting place to be as a student who wants to do research.”
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  • Adrianna Proetta

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    “This course has given me a completely different view on Gibraltar, and it makes me fall in love with Gibraltar in a different way”
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  • Kellyanne Ignacio

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

    “Living in Gibraltar which is strongly dominated by business, the MBA has made me eager to learn further, mastering all qualities necessary to form part of the business industry some day.”
  • Frederick Martin

    MA in Leadership and Management

    “The MA in Leadership and Management is a well-structured award, combining expert, on campus tuition with blended online options. It has the right balance of critical theory and practical, real world, application.”
  • Demi Green

    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

    “I’ve found the style of teaching is very engaging and modern. Lecturers are extremely supportive and really go out of their way to assist you in anything you need.”
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  • Elsa Baldacchino

    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

    “Great level of support and studying at home allows me to spend more time with my family.”
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  • Ivan Vinales

    Access to Higher Education (AHE) programme

    “This programme has enabled me to become more confident and proficient in numeracy skills; the lecturers are great in supporting us throughout whenever needed”
  • Thomas Peñalver

    Access to Higher Education (AHE) programme

    “Delivered with the utmost level of care and support by an attentive and vocationally-driven team of lecturers; this course has helped me get back onto the academic saddle, dispelling myths and misconceptions inferred to by the adage about “old dogs” and “new tricks”.”
  • Gabrijela Gradecak

    General Spanish

    “With the lockdown the Uni managed to adapt to the situation and provided excellent online classes which we all enjoyed. There were always materials left on Canvas to improve what’s just been learned in the previous lesson, which was great!”
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  • Julio Ribas

    General English

    “Disfruto y aprendo mucho porque el nivel de enseñanza de la universidad de Gibraltar es muy bueno, es excelente. El curso me ayuda mucho para esta comunicación permanente con mis jugadores, con la GFA, con la prensa y lógicamente también las personas que están y les gusta el futbol.”
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  • Ivan Hernandez

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    “Journal Club is really important for various reasons. It provides a forum for students to learn how to read and understand scientific publications, effectively communicate findings, practice public speaking and learn about scientific research; especially useful for the MSc research project stage”
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  • Bethan Perera

    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

    “The PGCE has provided me with a solid foundation of knowledge and an opportunity to develop and enhance my skills in a practical and supportive environment. With this thorough preparation, I have been able to take up a position as an NQT in England.”
  • Albert Gonzalez

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    “The skills gained in this MSc has provided me with a deeper understanding of the marine environment & species, and ultimately aided my professional skills. The expert knowledge and interactive lectures under the small class size delivery allowed me to understand difficult concepts and topics much easier than with conventional teaching.”
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  • Lea Payne

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

    “The flexibility of class times is brilliant for those of us who work full time; without that, I wouldn’t have been able to undertake this really worthwhile qualification.”
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  • Louise Anne Baitson

    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

    “First hand teaching experience in schools, gave me the opportunity to develop my professional practice along with meeting wonderful mentors, teachers and students.”
  • Nicola Bosio

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

    “It is a person centered programme, meaning those who have been out of education can get the support they need.”
  • Iain Payne

    BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

    “My placements throughout the programme were great. It’s a close-knit community here so i felt fully supported by mentors and tutors.”
  • Zainab Seddeki

    Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)

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    “Gibraltar is a wonderful place to study and live. I received good support from lecturers and staff, meaning I could focus on the programme.”
  • Maïté Kesteleyn

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    “If you are after a practical course that comes with great learning opportunities and great support, then the University of Gibraltar is a great place to study.”
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  • Francine Pons

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    “The programme has been a great experience overall, the modules have been varied and interesting. Assignments have been perfectly designed to prepare us with numerous skills that will be beneficial for my future”
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  • Petros Dimitriou

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    “Lectures were engaging and challenged us to contribute and discuss. Practical sessions were fun and the lecturers were great at teaching and supporting us whenever needed”
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  • Emma Hall

    MSc in Marine Science & Climate Change

    “If you’re looking for an inclusive, supportive and inspiring academic experience, I would recommend studying at the University of Gibraltar.”
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