Medical programs in Malta are organized in in 3 different faculties, offering different medical programs in English. All three of them deliver accreditated qualifications in EU/EEA and beyond.
Faculty of Medicine & Surgery
The Faculty of Medicine & Surgery of University of Malta is concerned with the teaching and training of medical and pharmacy programs organized in 12 departments.
Together with undergraduate courses (M.D. & B.Pharm.), the Faculty also offers several postgraduate full and part-time courses (Masters and PhD).
Faculty of Dental Surgery of Malta University
The Faculty of Dental Surgery of University of Malta is responsible for all the teaching and training of Dental students at the University of Malta at undergdaduate an postgraduate levele (Matser and PhD).The Faculty comprises of five divisions:Restorative Dentistry; Oral Medicine, Oral Surgery & Oral Pathology; Child Dental Health & Orthodontics, Preventive & Community Dentistry and Dental Technology.
Faculty of Health Sciences of Malta Univestity:
The faculty of Health Sciencesare has 11 departments, each offering a degree programme leading to a health care profession. All departments have active research programs in various specialisations, and some offer M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes.
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Note that a range of criteria is used to assess candidates in order to be considered for an interview.
Applications are usually reviewed within the Admissions Office to check that they meet the minimum academic requirements. Any applications which do not meet the minimum academic requirements will be rejected at this point.
- have obtained or be predicted to obtain grades in GCSE and A/AS Levels, International or European Baccalaureate, or other acceptable qualifications that satisfy the School’s academic criteria (see Entry Requirements section)
- sit the UKCAT examination each year of the application
- apply by the deadline
Candidates who do not fulfil the above requirements will be rejected without interview.
Annual tuition fees are €35,000 for EU, and international (non-EU) students.
QMUL charges tuition fees annually for its programmes of study. There is an annual increase on an inflationary basis and/or in line with government policy and regulation.
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EU citizens do not need a visa to live and study in Malta.
Non-EU students require a visa to live and study in Malta
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