University of Malta. The university today. May 2007.
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The university today
The University of Malta is geared towards the infrastructural and industrial needs of the country so as to provide expertise in crucial fields This brief overview gives a short historical note, outlines the University’s basic structures and indicates some of the undergraduate courses offered. A wide range of certificate, diploma and postgraduate courses is also available.For further information visit our website at:www.um.edu.mtor address any queries email@example.com
Dr. Mary Anne Lauri
Faculty of Architecture
& Civil Engineering:
Bachelor of Engineering & Architecture (Honours)
Bachelor of Planning (Honours)
Classics & Archaeology
History of Art
Interpreting StudiesFaculty of Arts:Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Banking & Finance
Social Policy & Social WorkFaculty of Economics, Management & Accountancy:
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Science [Business & Computing]
Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)
Bachelor of Accountancy (Honours)
Bachelor of Arts [Social Work/Social Administration] (Honours)
Bachelor of Arts Tourism Studies/ (Honours)
Faculty of Education:Bachelor of Education (Honours) Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Youth & Community Studies
Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Physiology & Biochemistry
Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Family MedicineFaculty of Medicine & Surgery:Doctor of Medicine & SurgeryBachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)
Bachelor of Arts/ (Honours)
This degree course is conducted by the ICMCH, the teaching and research arm of Heritage Malta but is regulated by the University of Malta.
Apart from intervening in matters that directly concern students, the Council organises a number of social events. Other Faculty and Student Associations also exist. There is an active Sports Club. An olympic-size swimming pool is available for use as is a well-equipped multi-purpose sports hall.