University Of Gibraltar

The University of Gibraltar is set to open for business on the 1st September 2015, however, the enrolling of students will commence on the 23rd September 2015.

University Of Gibraltar

There will be four faculties at the University as follows:

•Health Studies and Sports Science
•Business which will include specialisms in Accounting and Finance, Law as well as ICT
•Life and Earth Sciences and Gibraltar/Mediterranean Studies
•Tourism and Hospitality

The four faculties will provide a series of undergraduate and post-graduate programmes in collaboration with internationally recognized universities as well as locally developed courses including courses for qualifications in Gibraltar Tax and in Gibraltar Law.

The University will also be a centre for research in key areas associated with Gibraltar’s culture, environment and heritage.

In addition, the University will include an Institute of Professional Development and Continuing Education. This will provide courses leading to professional qualifications, public and private sector continuing professional development and courses developed to meet industry needs in Gibraltar.

A further component of the University will be a language centre for the teaching of English as a foreign or business language. More and more, English is being seen not only as a useful everyday language but as the international language of business. There is a huge demand for this and Gibraltar is particularly well placed to become a centre of excellence in this area.

All queries as well as arranging for site visits, please contact;

University Project Office
Tel: 00350 20071000
Email: Jason.fa@unigib.edu.gi

Address and contact details

University of Gibraltar
Europa Point Campus
Gibraltar
GX11 1AA
Tel: 00350 20071000
Email: info@unigib.edu.gi
Website: www.unigib.edu.gi

The University of Gibraltar also has a facebook page where you can submit any questions or queries that you may have.

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