Academic Programmes Quality & Resources Unit
The Academic Programmes Quality & Resources Unit (APQRU) is the administrative arm of the Programme Validation Committee (PVC). The Programme Validation Committee has been entrusted by Senate to ensure that programmes of study offered by the University are of the required academic standard supported by the necessary resources and are responsive to national and market needs. APQRU forms part of the Rector’s Office and assists Faculties in designing their undergraduate and postgraduate programmes of study in line with the general regulations.
Estates & Works
The main objective of the Estates & Works Office is the management of all land and buildings appertaining to the University of Malta, including the overall management of construction and maintenance projects on University property.
The Finance Office is committed to seeking excellence, quality and value for money in the provision of its services; establishing an appropriate resource allocation model; ensuring that expenditure is controlled, income maximised, and resources used in the most efficient and effective manner.
The International Office is responsible for developing, planning and implementing the University’s internationalisation policy, particularly in the area of relations with other Institutions and in promoting the University overseas.
The Legal Office deals with any matter which has, or could potentially have, any legal implication/consequence to the University of Malta and/or any of its group of companies.
Office for Human Resources Management & Development
The Office for Human Resources Management & Development leads the University’s efforts to recruit, develop and maintain a workforce that meets the needs of a dynamic academic institution.
Office of the Registrar
The Office of the Registrar is responsible for academic administration at the University including all matters related to courses and students from admissions, class and examinations scheduling, academic records, yearly progression to graduation. The Office also has responsibility for other student services such as the Students Advisory Services. As Secretary to Senate and all Faculty, Institute, Centre and School Boards, the Registrar is responsible for seeing that all Senate decisions and all Regulations are correctly implemented.
The Procurement Directorate scrutinises overall expenditure of goods and/or services by the University of Malta and provides support to the administrative staff responsible for procurement in each Faculty, Institute and Centre. It caters as well for customs clearance procedures necessary in the import and export requirements of the University of Malta.
Research & Innovation Facilities Support Unit
The Research & Innovation Facilities Support Unit (RIFSU) is a new technical/ administrative unit now in operation to assist academic and administrative bodies to maintain and sustain the wide range of research facilities within the University.
23 March 2017