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Legal Notice 202 of 2005 ­ - Malta Government Gazette No. 17,779 - ­ 14 June 2005
Amended by:
Legal Notice 293 of 2009 – Malta Government Gazette No. 18,498 – 23 October 2009
Legal Notice 219 of 2010 – Malta Government Gazette No. 18,577 – 9 April 2010

EDUCATION ACT (CAP. 327)

Bye-Laws of 2005 in terms of the General Regulations for University Undergraduate Awards, 2004 for the Diploma in Commerce ­ Dip. Com. ­ under the auspices of the Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred upon him by sections 30(5) and 31(6) of the Education Act (Cap. 327), the Chancellor of the University of Malta has promulgated the following bye-laws made by the Board of the Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy in virtue of the powers conferred upon it by section 37 (1) of the said Act and which have been approved by the Senate of the University of Malta as required by section 37 (2) of the said Act:

Citation and Interpretation

1. (1) These bye-laws may be cited as the Bye-Laws of 2005 in terms of the General Regulations for University Undergraduate Awards, 2004 for the Diploma in Commerce ­ Dip. Com. ­ under the auspices of the Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy.

(2) In these bye-laws, unless the context otherwise requires -

"the Board" means the Board of the Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy;

"the Course" means the course programme leading to the Diploma in Commerce; and

"the Diploma" means the Diploma in Commerce.

Applicability

2. These bye-laws shall be applicable for courses commencing in October 2003 or later.

Requirements for Admission

3. (1) To be registered as regular students in the Course, applicants must satisfy the general requirements for admission as specified in the Admissions Regulations.

(2) Applicants admitted under sub-paragraph (a)(iii) of paragraph (2) of regulation 2 of the Admission Regulations must be in possession of those qualifications and/or experience that would satisfy the Board that they have reached the academic standard required to follow the Course with profit.

Course Duration

4. The Course shall extend over a period of not less than 12 months and not more than two years of part-time study.

Course Programme

5. The Course shall consist of a number of taught study-units to which 60 credits shall be assigned.

Classification of the Award

6. (1) The overall evaluation of each student's performance in the Course for the purpose of the classification of the Diploma shall be based on the results obtained, all credits earned being weighted equally.

(2) The names of students who qualify for the award of the Diploma shall be published in a list in alphabetical order classified as follows:

Pass with Distinction
Pass with Merit
Pass.
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