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Dr. Victoria Sultana
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Vicky Sultana completed her nurse training at St Thomas’ hospital in London and obtained a BSc (Hons) in Nursing from City University London. She worked as a nurse for a number of years in various London Hospitals as a staff nurse and as a ward sister specialising in Coronary Care. Working and living in a multicultural environment led Vicky to read for an M.A. in Medical Anthropology at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, in the mid- nineties. Vicky has been lecturing in Nursing and Medical Anthropology at the University of Malta since 2001. In 2011 she was awarded a PhD in Medical Anthropology from University College London with a dissertation entitled “Amputations and Invocations: A study of limb amputation in Malta” under the supervision of Prof. David Napier (University College London) and Prof. Paul Clough (University of Malta). Medical Anthropology has certainly enriched Vicky’s life and profession and she hopes to share this experience with her students.

Anthroplogy Study-Exchanges in the EU
The Department of Anthropological Sciences has a number of active Erasmus links to various Anthropology Departments in the EU (see list below).  This results in a two-way exchange. We have hosted students from various universities who normally spend one term/semester with us. This enhances student-learning experiences.  University of Malta students of Anthropology can also take advantage of these exchange links to pursue their studies abroad.
Last Updated: 1 October 2012

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