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MATSEC Examinations Advanced and Intermediate Syllabi

The Matriculation and Secondary Education Certificate (MATSEC) Examinations Board was established in 1991 by the Senate and the Council of the University of Malta. The Board was entrusted with the development of an examination system to replace the GCE Ordinary and Advanced level examinations set by UK examination boards. The new board also took over the function of the Matriculation Board which also used to set examinations at Ordinary and Advanced level in a number of subjects. Indeed, the MATSEC Board holds records of Matriculation examinations that go back to the late 19th century.

 

University of Malta Junior College

The Junior College, was established in 1995 at the University of Malta. Its mission is to provide a holistic quality education to young men and women who seek to join the University by preparing them to develop the attributes needed for tertiary level studies It offers two-year courses specifically designed to prepare students for the Matriculation Certificate in accordance with the University's General Entry Requirements.

 

eSims

eSIMS JC is the University of Malta - Junior College portal available to students, academic and administrative staff. It enables them to view information and perform various tasks online. The word eSIMS stands for Electronic Student Information Management System.

University of Malta - Junior College students may use the portal for:

  • Viewing messages via eSIMS intray
  • Viewing/updating personal details
  • Viewing registered course details
  • Viewing Assessment Marks
  • Viewing End-of-Year Test & Re-sits Marks


Academic and administrative staff may also use eSIMS JC for various tasks such as contacting students.



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