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The Certificate in Language Proficiency is a new initiative of the Faculty of Arts aimed to promote proficiency in foreign languages. In today’s multi-cultural and multi-linguistic world, sound knowledge of one or more foreign languages is a must, and it is one of the most sought-after skills by both local and international employers. 

The Faculty of Arts, therefore, is offering all university students the opportunity to study a foreign language from scratch or to strengthen their knowledge of a language they have already studied at SEC, Intermediate, or Advanced level.  These certificate courses are spread out over three years (i.e., 6 semesters) and they may be taken concurrently with any undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by the University, whether followed on a full-time or part-time basis.

The Certificate is being offered in the following languages: Arabic, Spanish, Italian, German or French. 

Further information may be found by accessing this link.



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Undergraduate Semester Timetables 2018/19
Undergraduate students may download the Semester Timetables from this page.

Postgraduate Semester Timetables 2018/19
Postgraduate students may download the Semester Timetables from this page.

 


Certificate in Language Proficiency
Information regarding the Certificate in Language Proficiency, including Semester 1 and Semester 2 timetables.

Student Representatives on Board of Studies

Student Representatives on the Board of Studies





Approved Combinations of Areas of Study
Approved Combinations Of Areas Of Study for October 2018

Diploma fil-Letteratura Maltija
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Students' Requests Committee Meeting: Undergraduates only
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Long Essay/Dissertation/Thesis Authenticity Form
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Last Updated: 20 July 2017

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