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At Undergraduate Level, the Faculty of Information and Communication Technology offers - 

Please continue reading, in order to learn more on these Undergraduate Level courses offered by our Faculty. 


The latest version of the degree bye-laws (inclusive of Course Entry Requirements), are available from the Registrar's Office webpage.

 

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A 3-year B.Sc. (Hons) or B.Sc. IT (Hons) Degree on a Full-Time Basis

As from October 2012, the Faculty of Information and Communication Technology launched a number of new degree courses managed by its five departments.

The Faculty introduced the following five exclusive degree courses:

  1. Bachelor of Science (Honours) (Computer Engineering)

  2. Bachelor of Science (Honours) (Computing Science)

  3. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Honours) (Artificial Intelligence)

  4. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Honours) (Computing and Business) - Business or Finance or Marketing Stream

  5. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Honours) (Software Development)


These degree programmes aim to produce graduates who are fit to occupy responsible positions in the today's Information and Communication Technology industry according to the area within ICT that they choose to focus upon.

 

Tuition Fees payable by Maltese & EU students can be accessed by clicking Here.

 

 

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Academic Advisors 2018/9

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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

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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: 17 October 2018

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