On this page you will find links to information pertaining to the Master of Science (by Research). As per standing University regulations, any information pertaining to this degree such as:
Overall aims of the programme/s
Details of Career Opportunities and Access to Further Studies
Details of Target Audience
can only be accessed via the Programmes of Studies listed hereunder:
According to University Regulations, applications for a Master of Science (by Research) may be submitted at any time of the year, but enrollment shall be with effect from one of the following dates: 1st October, 1st December, 1st February, 1st April and 1st June.
AS OF JULY 2015, ONLY GRADUATES FROM UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES WORTH 240 ECTS WILL BE ALLOWED TO ENROLL FOR A M.SC.BY RESEARCH. ALL OTHERS WILL HAVE TO FOLLOW A TAUGHT M.SC.
New applicants need to submit an application together with a detailed proposal and a recommendation from supervisor and Head of Department (If Head of Department is the supervisor, a signature from a senior member of the department is required). Please read the guidelines which can be found under the Resources Section for further details on how to submit a proposal.
Students who apply for an M.Sc. and who will make use of external funding, must inform Faculty Office about this in their application. Furthermore, if there is a deadline to submit applications to the funding body or if the funding body needs a notice of admission to the degree from UoM, Faculty's Postgraduate committee is to be informed accordingly, so that such applications can be prioritized if deemed necessary.
Students who intend to use human subjects as part of their research are obliged by regulations to first obtain permission from the University Research Ethics Committee. Please follow this link for more information about the procedures: http://www.um.edu.mt/urec.
Tuition Fees payable by Maltese & EU students can be accessed by clicking Here.
For more information please contact Mr Christopher Bezzina.
25 May 2013