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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

The opening ceremony will be held at Sir Temi Zammit Hall on Monday 1st October 2018:

0845hrs   Doors open for new University of Malta and Junior College students
0900hrs   Robing of Academic Staff in the Council Room
0900hrs   Video: The University of Malta, in the Sir Temi Zammit Hall
0908hrs   Introduction (1) by students
0910hrs   University Wind Ensemble directed by Dr Philip Ciantar
0930hrs   Procession of Academic Staff to Sir Temi Zammit Hall
0940hrs   Introduction (2) by students
0950hrs   Address by Rector, Professor Alfred J. Vella
1010hrs   University Wind Ensemble directed by Dr Philip Ciantar
1015hrs   Speech by KSU President, Ms Carla Galea
1030hrs   University Wind Ensemble directed by Dr Philip Ciantar
1100hrs   Opening of Fresher’s Week on Quadrangle by Rector
1230hrs   Inauguration Mass in the University Chapel

The full programme of events for Freshers' Week 2018 is available here.

Freshers are required to attend the following meetings:

Attendance is compulsory

Tuesday 2nd October

1015hrs - Meeting with the Registrar for ALL first year Faculty of Health Sciences students (with the exception of those following evening courses) at Sir Temi Zammit Hall.

1230hrs - Meeting with the Dean at the South Auditorium, Faculty of Health Sciences for all first year undergraduate and postgraduate students, with the exception of those following the Bachelor of Science (Honours) Nursing course.

1330hrs - Meeting with the Dean at the South Auditorium, Faculty of Health Sciences for all first year Bachelor of Science (Honours) Nursing students.

1800hrs - Registrar's meeting with students following evening courses at the M.A. Vassalli Conference Centre Hall E (Gateway Building).

 

Departmental Meetings

Departmental meetings will be held on Wednesday 3rd October (except where otherwise indicated), as follows:

 

Applied Biomedical Science: 1200hrs, Lecture Room C2 (opposite hospital Chapel), Mater Dei Hospital.

Food Sciences and Nutrition:

  • B.Sc. (Hons.) Applied Food and Nutritional Sciences: 0900hrs, Faculty Board Room (next to Reception area).
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Dietetics: Thursday 4th October, 0900hrs, Faculty Committee Room (Room 42, next to Reception area).
Communication Therapy: Tuesday 2nd October, 1100hrs, Lecture Hall C2 (Opposite Mater Dei Hospital Chapel).

Mental Health Nursing: 0930hrs, Lecture Hall C2 (Opposite Mater Dei Hospital Chapel).

Midwifery: 0900hrs, Midwifery Lab (19), Faculty of Health Sciences.

Nursing:

  • Preparatory Course for the Higher Diploma in Health Science (Nursing Studies): 0800hrs, South Auditorium, Faculty of Health Sciences.
  • B.Sc. (Hons.) Nursing: 1000hrs, South Auditorium, Faculty of Health Sciences.

Occupational Therapy: 1400hrs, OT Skills Lab, Faculty of Health Sciences.

Podiatry: 1400hrs, Podiatry Biomechanics Lab, Faculty of Health Sciences.

Physiotherapy: 1215hrs, Exercise Lab, Faculty of Health Sciences.

Radiography: 1100hrs, Radiography Skills Lab (Room 27), Faculty of Health Sciences.


Lectures for first year students will commence on Thursday, 4th October 2018.


Further information for Freshers is available via the resources page.

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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.
 
 
Last Updated: 26 September 2018

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