University of Malta Courses February 2017

University of Malta Courses February 2017

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COURSES COMMENCING IN FEBRUARY 2017

COURSE

NOTES

DURATION

DURATION

FULL-TIME

PART-TIME

Faculty of Arts

Master of Arts **

mainly by research; view the list of areas of study offered

3 sem day

6 sem eve

Master in Contemporary Diplomacy

taught and research (mainly taught); Areas of study:

3 sem distance

learning

Contemporary Diplomacy

Internet Governance

Details on how to apply are available from:

http://www.diplomacy.edu/courses/MAPGD

For further information send an e-mail to [email protected]

Certificate in Proof-Reading: Maltese

will also be offered at University of Malta – Gozo Campus if there is a

2 sem eve

sufficient number of qualified applicants

Information about the course can be found at:

http://www.um.edu.mt/arts/malti/notices/cqp

Courses/areas of study will commence if there is a sufficient number of qualified applicants. This information is for guidance purposes only. For entry requirements, refer to the Admission Regulations and Course Bye-Laws, which shall prevail.

Certificate in Language Proficiency

offered at University of Malta – Gozo Campus only

Areas of study:

Arabic

3 sem

6 sem

French

6 sem

German

6 sem

Italian

6 sem

Spanish

Faculty for the Built Environment

Master of Science **

mainly by research

3 sem day

5 sem day

Master of Science in Sustainability and

taught and research (mainly taught)

5 sem eve

Resilience for the Built Environment

Faculty of Education

Postgraduate Certificate in the Teaching

2 sem eve

of Ethics in Schools

Master of Arts in Adult Education

taught and research (mainly taught)

6 sem eve

Courses/areas of study will commence if there is a sufficient number of qualified applicants. This information is for guidance purposes only. For entry requirements, refer to the Admission Regulations and Course Bye-Laws, which shall prevail.

Faculty of Information and

Communication Technology

Master of Science **

mainly by research; Areas of Study:

3 sem day

5 sem eve

Artificial Intelligence

Communications and Computer Engineering

Computer Information Systems

Computer Science

Microelectronics and Nanoelectronics

Master of Science

taught and research (mainly research); Area of Study:

5 sem day

Artificial Intelligence

Faculty of Laws

Diploma in the Laws of Procedure

min 12 students;

4 sem eve

Applicants in terms of the ‘maturity (adult learners) clause’ will be

required to sit for a written test to be held on 20 January 2017. Successful

applicants will then be required to sit for an interview which will be held

on 27 January 2017. These dates cannot be changed.

Details regarding the assessment of mature applicants (adult learners)

can be found here:

http://www.um.edu.mt/__data/assets/pdf_file/0017/262250/NOTICEFORDIP

LAWSOFPROCEDUREMATUREAPPLICANTS-INTAKE20171.pdf

The closing date for receipt of applications from applicants in terms of the ‘maturity (adult learners) clause’ (those who will be sitting for the written test and/or interview) is 13 January 2017. The closing date for other applicants is 27 January 2017.

Courses/areas of study will commence if there is a sufficient number of qualified applicants. This information is for guidance purposes only. For entry requirements, refer to the Admission Regulations and Course Bye-Laws, which shall prevail.

Faculty of Medicine and Surgery

Master in Laparoscopic Surgery

max. 6 students Full-time; max. 6 students Part-time; taught and

3 sem eve

6 sem eve

research (mainly taught);

Applications will be accepted until 13 January 2017

Master of Science **

mainly by research; Areas of Study:

Anatomy

3 sem day

5 sem day

Biochemistry

3 sem day

5 sem day

Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics

5 sem day

Family Medicine

3 sem day

5 sem day

Medical Ethics NEW

3 sem day

5 sem day

Molecular and Cell Biology NEW

3 sem day

5 sem day

Molecular Pharmacology

5 sem day

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

3 sem day

5 sem day

Pathology

3 sem day

5 sem day

Physiology

3 sem day

5 sem day

Psychiatry

3 sem day

5 sem day

Master of Science in Pharmacy

min. 2 students; max. 6 EU/EEA students; and 2 non -EU/EEA students

3 sem day

taught and research (mainly taught)

Courses/areas of study will commence if there is a sufficient number of qualified applicants. This information is for guidance purposes only. For entry requirements, refer to the Admission Regulations and Course Bye-Laws, which shall prevail.

Faculty of Science

Master of Science **

mainly by research; Areas of Study:

3 sem day

5 sem eve

Biology

Chemistry

Geosciences

Metamaterials

Physics

Master of Science

taught and research ( mainly research); Areas of Study:

3 sem day

5 sem eve

Operations Research

Statistics

Institute of Digital Games

Master of Science in Digital Games

taught and research (mainly research)

4 sem day

Institute of Linguistics

Master of Arts in Linguistics **

mainly by research

3 sem day

6 sem eve

Courses/areas of study will commence if there is a sufficient number of qualified applicants. This information is for guidance purposes only. For entry requirements, refer to the Admission Regulations and Course Bye-Laws, which shall prevail.

Institute of Space Science and

Astronomy

Master of Science **

mainly by research; Areas of study:

3 sem day

Astronomy

Astrophysics

Cosmology

Institute for Physical Education & Sport

Pre-Tertiary Certificate in the Foundations

min 5 students; will only commence if there is sufficient number of

1 sem eve

of Coaching

qualified applicants

Institute for Tourism, Travel and Culture

Master of Arts in Cultural Sustainability

taught and research (mainly taught)

5 sem eve

and Tourism

Master Chef Diploma

4 sem eve

Courses/areas of study will commence if there is a sufficient number of qualified applicants. This information is for guidance purposes only. For entry requirements, refer to the Admission Regulations and Course Bye-Laws, which shall prevail.

International Institute for Baroque

Studies

Diploma in Baroque Architecture

2 yrs day

Islands and Small States Institute

Master of Arts in Islands and Small States

min. 5 students; taught and research (mainly taught); will also be held at

5 sem eve

Studies

University of Malta – Gozo Campus if there is a sufficient number of

qualified applicants.

Centre for Biomedical Cybernetics

Master of Science in Biomedical

mainly by research

3 sem day

6 sem day

Cybernetics **

Centre for Labour Studies

Diploma in Gender, Work and Society

Applicants in terms of the ‘maturity (adult learners) clause’ are required

2 yrs day

to sit for an English Proficiency Test to be held on 20 January 2017.

Successful applicants will then be required to sit for an interview on 26

January 2017. These dates cannot be changed. Such applicants shall be

exempted from sitting for the proficiency test if they are in possession of

SEC level English at grade 5 or better or equivalent. The closing date for

receipt of applications from applicants in terms of the ‘maturity (adult

learners) clause’ (those who will be sitting for the proficiency test and/or

interview) is 15 January 2017. The closing date for other applicants is 27

January 2017.

Courses/areas of study will commence if there is a sufficient number of qualified applicants. This information is for guidance purposes only. For entry requirements, refer to the Admission Regulations and Course Bye-Laws, which shall prevail.

** mainly by research

Notes:

*In courses where a limited number of students is indicated, and if specified in the bye-laws, those applicants who are fully qualified and who submit all required documents by 15 January 2017 will be considered first and placed in rank order according to the selection criteria approved by Senate and those for whom places are available will be informed immediately. For the selection criteria, please refer to the University’s website: http://www.um.edu.mt/registrar/regulations/faculties

No late applications are accepted for courses in which the number of students is limited.

Unless indicated otherwise, all qualifications / courses referred to in this document are awarded by the University of Malta.

** Click here to view the possible entry points for Master’s degrees mainly by research.

The University reserves the right not to offer courses / areas of study for which there is not a sufficient number of qualified applicants or where adequate supervision is not available. The commencement of any course is subject to availability of resources at the time of opening and other factors beyond the University’s control.

The University’s academic year is divided in two semesters: the first semester runs from October to January, whilst the second semester runs from February to May. Some postgraduate courses may include a summer semester (June to September).

The University also offers doctoral degrees (Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Music, and Doctor of Sacred Theology) on a full-time or part-time basis for which applications are received at any time of the year.

Tuition, annual enrolment, and bench fees may be payable, including for part-time courses. Further information regarding course fees is available online at: http://www.um.edu.mt/finance/service/coursefees

Lectures for study-units relating to courses offered on a full-time and part-time basis may be held on any day from Monday to Friday between 0800 and 2000 hours. The University shall endeavour to announce the days on which a course is to be held prior to its commencement. However, it cannot be bound by fixed days and times for the duration of the whole course. Applicants are encouraged to consult the respective Faculty/Institute/Centre/School for further information.

Other courses may be added in due course.

Courses/areas of study will commence if there is a sufficient number of qualified applicants. This information is for guidance purposes only. For entry requirements, refer to the Admission Regulations and Course Bye-Laws, which shall prevail.

Office of the Registrar

See Also

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