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If one is aspiring to an exciting technological career or start-up opportunity, then reading a Master of Science (MSc) in Computer Information Systems (CIS) can give the competitive edge needed in today’s fast-moving world of technology.

The Department of Computer Information Systems offers both full-time (120 ECTS) and part-time (90 ECTS) Masters courses, the former requiring daytime attendance over four semesters, and the latter, evening attendance over five semesters working in one of two streams – Information Processing or Software Engineering.

Among others, areas currently in great demand, such as Fintech (financial technology), Big Data, Data Science, Geographical Information Systems, Enterprise Solutions, e-Business, Medical Informatics and Software Engineering, are featured in these degrees.

Master of Science in Information and Communication Technology (Computer Information Systems) Full time 4 semester Day Course: the programme of studies can be accessed by clicking HERE.

Master of Science in Computer Information Systems [Taught and Research (Mainly by Research)] Part-time 4 semesters Evening Course: the programme of studies can be accessed by clicking HERE.





Schedule of Tasks for CIS5200 Dissertation

Progress Report

Application form to change title of Dissertation 

CIS5200 - Supervision & Dissertation Proposal Forms 

For more information with regards to the ICT Ethics guidelines please click here.


For any queries, you may contact the secretaries of the Department of Computer Information Systems, Ms Lilian Ali and Ms Shirley Borg


Academic Advisors 2018/9


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

Faculty of ICT 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


Study-unit Registration Forms 2018/9


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.

Engineering Profession Board Guidelines

The Engineering Profession Board Guidelines can be found here

Last Updated: 2 October 2018

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