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DGP0991: Work Placements and Internships

Students can also get their placement/internship done during the Summer Period recognized by DegreePlus. You can find a list of placements on: https://www.um.edu.mt/placements/students or you can find your own Placement/Internship.

At the end of your employment, kindly present a reference letter from your employer with the details of the placement/internship or else fill in this form: www.um.edu.mt/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/294708/WorkPlacementRecognitionFormUpdated.pdf 

DGP0205: Voluntary Work in Malta | DGP0210: Voluntary Work Abroad 

Now you can lend a helping hand and get your work recognised by University through DegreePlus!The Voluntary Work stream will give you the opportunity to help others through your involvement in approved voluntary work projects. This will help you sustain the ‘voluntary’ spirit and get exposure to certain social realities in Malta and abroad. You will also get the opportunity to work in teams and to learn and develop the necessary support skills thereby enhancing your social skills and learn how to implement effective planning. 

DGP0400: Ab Initio Lingua Latina

A Latin course for complete beginners. This course is ideal for students who desire an introduction to the Latin Language. By the end of the course students shall be able to form and translate simple Latin Sentences.

For a detailed Study Unit description please click here.

Time of Sessions: 4PM - 6PM

Dates of Sessions: 4th | 11th | 18th | 25th July 2018, 1st | 8th | 22nd | 29th August 2018 

DGP0401: Ab Initio Lingua Latina II - New Unit

Please note that to opt for this unit you need to have a basic knowledge of Latin or already completed DGP0400 Ab Initio Lingua Latina in past semesters.

For a detailed Study Unit description please click here.

Time of Sessions: 4PM - 6PM

Dates of Sessions: 4th | 11th | 18th | 25th July 2018, 1st | 8th | 22nd | 29th August 2018  

DGP0492: Introduction to Modern Greek

This course aims to familiarise students with the Greek alphabet and elements of conversational Modern Greek as well as its basic grammar and to acquire knowledge of Greece from a cultural point of view. No prior knowledge of the language is required. Optional homework and in-class tests may be set by the lecturer but performance in either of this will have no bearing on certification. This study-unit is for students with no prior knowledge of Modern Greek.

For a detailed Study Unit description please click here.

Time of Sessions: 6PM - 8PM

Dates of Sessions: 4th | 11th | 18th | 25th July 2018, 1st | 8th | 22nd | 29th August 2018  

DGP0493: Classical Greek

This is an opportunity to learn the basis of Classic Greek starting from the alphabet. By the end of the course, you will have learnt basic vocabulary, grammar, and reading simple texts of this language that has contributed so much culture and science. No prior knowledge of the language is required. Optional homework and in-class tests may be set by the lecturer but performance in either of this will have no bearing on certification.This study-unit is for students with no prior knowledge of Classical Greek.

For a detailed Study Unit description please click here.

Time of Sessions: 6PM - 8PM

Dates of Sessions: 4th | 11th | 18th | 25th July 2018, 1st | 8th | 22nd | 29th August 2018  

DGP0495: Sanskrit

This beginners’ course in Sanskrit will explore the measured, refined and ordered structure of the Sanskrit language and impart some understanding of the civilization within which the great wealth of Sanskrit literature was produced.  The student will become familiar with the Sanskrit Devanagari script, practise translating simple sentences into English from the original Sanskrit, as well as short texts from the literature.  Students will also practise reading and sounding of invocations and mantras.  By the end of the course, students should be able to read and write Sanskrit without difficulty

For a detailed Study Unit description please click here.

Time of Sessions: 6PM - 8PM

Dates of Sessions: 4th | 11th | 18th | 25th July 2018, 1st | 8th | 22nd | 29th August 2018  

DGP0496 - Ancient Greek Mythology

This eight-week course will introduce students to the realm of Ancient Greek Mythology. Throughout the study-unit we shall discuss the impact that these myths had on Ancient Greek civilisation and how these myths affected the culture and society of the people that believed in them. Students will be also introduced to mythology through ancient literary sources such as Homer and Hesiod, as well as through ancient drama such as the tragedies of Euripides.  

For a detailed Study Unit description please click here.

Time of Sessions: 4PM - 6PM

Dates of Sessions: 4th | 11th | 18th | 25th July 2018, 1st | 8th | 22nd | 29th August 2018  

DGP0497 - An Overview of Greek and Roman History - New Unit

A mixed-focus Thematic Approach which seeks to explore elements of Greek and Roman history through a thematic rather than chronological approach that puts the emphasis on these themes rather than on the narrative.

For a detailed Study Unit description please click here.

Time of Sessions: 6PM - 8PM

Dates of Sessions: 4th | 11th | 18th | 25th July 2018, 1st | 8th | 22nd | 29th August 2018  


 

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