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The Faculty of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) recognises the benefits of student exchange programmes, as these enhance the educational experience of students, whilst improving collaboration environments between participating universities and their respective academics.

Further informaton on the ERASMUS (EuRopean Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students) Programme, can be obtained by clicking the following URLs -

 

For further assistance you can contact the International and EU Office either via email or via phone on + 356 2340 2224 / 2804. The University of Malta's International Office is located in Room 107, Administration Building.

In case of queries related to the Faculty of ICT, the following Faculty members of staff will be more than happy to assist you -

Calendar
Notices
Academic Advisors 2018/9

AA1

Academic Advisors for ICT 1st year students (Intake 2018/9), NOW available

Faculty of ICT Timetables

Timetables

ICT Timetables are available from Here.

Health and Safety Regulations for Labs Form

The Faculty of ICT Health and Safety Regulations for Laboratories form can be found here

 HealthAndSafety

Study-unit Registration Forms 2018/9

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For Undergraduate (Day) and Postgraduate students.

 

DLT Scholarships

 

The Centre for Distributed Ledger Technologies (CDLT) at the University of Malta (“University” or “UM”) is seeking to attract students through a scholarship scheme kindly made available by the Malta Information Technology Agency (“MITA”). For more information click HERE.

EY’s Malta Attractiveness Event 2018

 

EY’s annual Malta Attractiveness (MAS) investment forum will be held on 24th October. For more information please click HERE

Engineering Profession Board Guidelines

The Engineering Profession Board Guidelines can be found here

 
 
Last Updated: 18 May 2017

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