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Welcome to the Faculty of Health Sciences Website

The Faculty of Health Sciences was awarded faculty status in August 2010. Before then, it was the Institute of Health Care, a University Institute which was set up in 1987, for the education and training of Health Care professionals.

Today, there are 12 Departments within the faculty, each offering a degree programme leading to a health care profession. These departments are:

All departments have active research programmes in various specialisations, and some offer M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes.

The Faculty is also responsible for the running of Continuing Professional Development courses for registered practitioners, ensuring that health professionals are kept abreast of the continuing advances in the medical field and related technologies.

I invite you to explore the Faculty’s website. Kindly contact us should you require more information about the Faculty.


Dr Roberta Sammut
Dean


 

 

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Notices
Opening Ceremony and Meetings for Freshers
Lectures for continuing day and evening courses are set to commence on Monday, 1st October 2018, whilst lectures for new students following day and evening courses will commence on Thursday, 4th October 2018. Details on the opening ceremony and compulsory meetings for freshers are available here
Master of Science programme in Diabetes Care
The Faculty of Health Sciences and the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery will be offering a new Master of Science programme in Diabetes Care.

This Master degree will provide a clinical specialist postgraduate opportunity for practicing medical, nursing and allied health professionals in an area where continued development of practice is needed. This programme of studies will take an interdisciplinary approach, bringing students and academics of the different professional groups within the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery together, allowing interdisciplinary teaching, learning and research.

For further details please follow this link.
 
 

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