Diploma in Gozo Studies
The University of Malta, through the Islands and Small States Institute, will be offering a course leading to the Diploma in Gozo Studies starting in October at the University Gozo Campus.
This diploma course is spread over two years of part-time study. Lecture sessions will be held at the University Gozo Campus, normally on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. This course covers a variety of topics related to Gozo, including economic development, the physical environment, history, governance, culture and dialects.
On completion of this diploma course, students would acquire a sound knowledge of past and present realities relating to Gozo and understand the special constraints and opportunities faced by this small island.
Students would be able to link theoretical analysis to real world situations associated with the various disciplines involved in the course. Students will find such skills useful for career improvement and for personal development.
Admission to the diploma is open for candidates that satisfy the general the admission regulations of the University. Admission of mature applicants (those who will be 23 years old by the beginning of the course ) will be considered case by case, to ascertain that the applicant can follow the course with profit. Online applications can be accessed from www.um.edu.mt/islands/cf/list/under­graduate or www.um.edu.mt/courses/list.php. For more information, call Isabelle Pisani on 2134 4879 or e-mail [email protected].