Research That Benefits Gibraltar

This type of research is of great value because it provides a deeper understanding of the specific needs, challenges, and opportunities faced by the community of Gibraltar. It also can help to identify potential solutions to the problems faced by the community and can be used to inform policy and decision-making.
One of the key benefits of community-specific research is that it is often conducted by researchers who are themselves members of the community or have a deep understanding of the culture and issues faced by Gibraltar. This can lead to research that is more sensitive and respectful of the community’s needs.
Another important benefit of community-specific research is that it can help build community capacity. For example, by involving community members in the research process, researchers can help build the public’s skills and knowledge. They can empower them to take an active role in addressing the issues that affect their lives.

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Support Ground Breaking Research At Unigib

Help contribute to the ground breaking Gibraltar centric research at the University of Gibraltar by becoming one of our Donors. When you donate to the University of Gibraltar you join a community of philanthropists who contribute to shaping the future and securing a legacy for our institution. These donations support our four funding priorities and enable us to continue to deliver academic excellence and ensure education remains open to all. As a ‘Supporter of the University’ you will become a vital and valued part of the University community – you will directly transform the lives of existing and future University of Gibraltar students. The following are our philanthropic partners and their valuable contributions to furthering the University of Gibraltar in past and future endeavours to provide excellence in further education to Gibraltar and the acceleration of research conducted.

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  • PhD

    PhD by Research

    Our PhD by research programme is based on independent study, guided by your assigned supervisors and support system. It typically takes a minimum of three years to complete full-time, or a minimum of five years when studied part-time.[...]

    FT 3 to 5 Years/ PT 4 to 8 Years

    No Placement option

    Full/Part Time

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