The University of Gibraltar has a strong commitment to producing research that builds on research strengths and local capacity, attracts funding and is recognised for its international significance and impact. We believe that quality research and its proper application can have a lasting and significant positive effect on the world we live in. This includes investigative work of direct relevance to current societal needs, including public and voluntary, as well as the commercial and industry sectors.


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Funding Opportunity – EU Marie Curie Fellowships - Call closed

The university is calling for Expressions of Interest (EoI) to select potential candidates to work with us through to submission of a full research application to the Marie Sklodowska Curie Individual Fellowships programme in September 2020.


ClimACT was a three-year, European Union funded project that aimed to support the transition to a low carbon economy in schools. The University collaborated with four partner institutions from Portugal, two from France and another two from neighbouring Spain.

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