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Master in Translation and Terminology Studies
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The Course leading to the degree of Master in Translation and Terminology Studies shall extend over three semester of full-time studies.  The programme of study consists of two parts, namely: Part One which comprise a number of taught study-units to which 60 credits are assigned; and Part Two consisting of research work and the writing of a dissertation to which 30 credits are assigned.

Assessment criteria may be downloaded from here [PDF].

Course Bye-Laws 

Queries related to the above courses should be directed to Ms Christine Galea.



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B.A. and B. Hums Interviews
Information regarding the interview dates for B.A./B.A. (Hons) and B. Hums mature applicants

Dean's List Application Forms

The Dean’s list will be published as a recognition for academic excellence achieved during the first 2 years of the B.A./B.(Hons)/B.(Hums) full-time Degree Courses.

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Student Representatives on Board of Studies

Student Representatives on the Board of Studies

Undergraduate Semester Timetables 2017/18
Undergraduate students may download the Semester Timetables from this page.

Postgraduate Semester Timetables 2017/18
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.

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

Diploma fil-Letteratura Maltija
Students may download the Semester Timetables from this page.

Students' Requests Committee Meeting: Undergraduates only
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Long Essay/Dissertation/Thesis Authenticity Form
Authenticity Form for Long Essay/Dissertation/Thesis


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