Tag: University Of Malta

Watch: How prepared is the University of Malta to face its...

The University is an institution whose responsibility is to train professionals, serve as a breeding ground of alternative, creative and innovative ideas and serve to give direction to our society in having happier communities.

Guidelines for all UM, JC students published

Access all the main points here.

Drowning in a puddle?

In the second part of Andrew Azzopardi on 103, broadcast today, 19th September, the host and his guest Dr Odette Lewis, lecturer at the University of Malta discuss infrastructure.

Online learning should be made available for vulnerable students, GUG says

The Gozitan University Group has insisted on having online lectures made available especially in the case of vulnerable students and other students that have difficulty renting or are financially disadvantaged during a meeting with the rector Professor Alfred Vella on the reopening of the University of Malta in October.

University outlines September exam precautions

The University of Malta has confirmed the precautions that must be taken in light of the exams that are to take place physically in the month ahead.

UM childcare staff member tests positive for COVID-19

Children who were in the class with the same staff member are being asked to take a Swab Test.

Dr Jonathan Young wins BOV Prize in Medicine 2020

Dr Jonathan Young was presented with the BOV Prize in Medicine, an award presented to the student who attains the highest marks in the final qualifications in medicine.

140 University of Malta nurse graduates ready to join health workforce

140 nursing students have successfully completed their studies at the University of Malta.

Watch: ‘We should not let differences divide us’

We sat down with Rawia Ben Khayal and spoke about her experiences and life here in Malta.

Certificate in Safeguarding of Children and Young People launched

In view of the reality of the abuse of minors, the Faculty of Theology and the Faculty for Social Wellbeing at the University of Malta have created a new 1-year course leading to a Certificate in Safeguarding of Children and Young People.