University applications close on Tuesday
Tuesday is the application deadline for most of the 800 undergraduate and postgraduate University courses to be offered in the forthcoming academic year, although late applications may be accepted in some instances.
For further details and to apply online, visit www.um.edu.mt/for/prospective.
To view the selection criteria, visit www.um.edu.mt/registrar/regulations/faculties.
The University is offering 16 new courses, including an MA in Humanitarian Action, an MA in English and the Media, an MA in English Language, an MA in Literary Tradition and Popular Culture, a full-time BA in Chinese, an MA in Disability Studies, an M.Sc. in Banking and Finance, a new taught three-year part-time M.Sc. in Audiology, a taught M.Sc. in Medical Physics, a three-year full-time B.Sc. (Hons) in Pharmaceutical Technology, a full-time evening M.Sc. in Digital Games, an MA by research in various areas of ICT, an M.Sc. in Sustainable Infrastructure, an M.Sc. in Environmental Design, an M.Sc. in Spatial Planning, a three-year part-time evening higher diploma course in Sustainable Land and Real Estate Management, a diploma in Geographic Information Systems, and a diploma in Gozo Studies to be held at the Gozo campus.
Applications for Masters degrees by research may be submitted at any time of the year but enrolment shall be with effect from October 1, December 1, February 1, April 1 or June 1. When submitting an online application, candidates should indicate in the free text section the month when they intend to start their research.
The University also offers doctoral degrees such as Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Music, and Doctor of Sacred Theology, on a full-time or part-time basis for which applications may be submitted at any time.