University of Malta

Master of Arts in Spiritual Companionship
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October 2018

6 semesters part-time (evening).

Mode of study
2 years taught and 1 year research

The Master of Arts in Spiritual Companionship is intended to empower committed members of the Christian community and others interested in discovering and practising the art and profession of Spiritual Companionship. It also aims at responding to the need of ongoing formation of School Religious Counselors.

Recommended for those who are committed in ministry and catechesis or wish to be involved in the spiritual formation of others by providing the service of Spiritual Companionship and Direction.

Click here for the bye-laws of this course and for further information.

Course Coordinator
Rev. Dr Charló Camilleri

Board of Studies:

Rev. Dr Charló Camilleri (chair)
Rev. Dr Stefan Attard
Rev. Glen Attard
Dr Pauline Dimech


Last Updated: 5 June 2018

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