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Information about General Course Requirements  and Special Course Requirements for the courses offered by the Faculty of Media and Knowledge Sciences is available on the links provided. The bye-laws for all the courses offered within the Faculty can be accessed here. To access the relevant programme of studies, students have to search on the 'Find a course' section. For a step-by-step guide click here.

The University of Malta also offers a Student Advisory Service to guide students in their future career choices.  The service is free of charge and can be reached by email or on telephone number +356 2340 2847.

Applications for enrollment by international students are handled by the International and EU Office. Further information for students is available from the Registrar's website.

The Faculty also offers the service of a Student Helpdesk, located in Room 305. Front office staff can assist students in all their inquiries related to their course of studies. All student assignments that have a physical component (i.e., those not submitted through the VLE) are also submitted in at the Student Helpdesk. Visiting or Exchange students can obtain all the necessary information about the study-units on offer and all the required signatures on their documentation. Prospective students are given guidance on all the courses offered by the Faculty and can also fix appointments with respective programme co-ordinators. Further information for prospective students can be obtained from the Registrar's website

If the information you require is not available on this website please fill in this Enquiry Form.  Be sure to give us the appropriate contact details so that we may contact you back.  We will attempt to answer your request for information at the earliest.

For any personal matters kindly contact the Faculty Officer for an appointment, either by calling Ms. Marvic Cuschieri on 23402418 or send an email


Last Updated: 13 September 2017

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