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Things To Expect When You Sign Up For A Master’s Degree With This University In Malta

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If you’ve been meaning to break into the computing or business world, Malta’s Middlesex University definitely has you covered. They already boast an impressive batch of alumni making cool stuff with their degrees, and there are a lot of great reasons why you should apply.

Now you might know what to expect from other institutions around the island, but are still a bit unsure what Middlesex University actually offers you. Well, we’re here to help make sure that doesn’t happen!

Here are 10 things to expect when signing up for a Master’s Degree with Middlesex University.

1. Flexible study times

The University provides both full-time and part-time study options, allowing students to juggle between employment and studying.

Finally, you don’t have to choose between the two!

2. Specialised programmes

The programmes delivered by Middlesex are designed to align with industry demands, which is why the specialisations offered here are highly-sought after by employers.

From Data Science and Network Security to Information Systems Management and International Business Management, Middlesex has got it all if you plan on specialising.

3. Industry exposure and employment support

The University is not a standalone institution. Far from it; they work closely with numerous big name employers, organising regular guest lectures and also providing work opportunities for students through our dedicated employability office.

4. Excellent staff to student ratio

You won’t realise how vital this is until you actually experience it.

The university likes to keep their postgraduate classes small to ensure that every student is given the attention the help required. This in turn helps students excel, providing them with an excellent academic experience.

5. A beautiful campus with history

A modern campus with state of art facilities? Sure, but Middlesex also has a vital historical setting behind it.

The university building was used as a British army barracks and was the largest military complex on the island up until its closure in 1979. 

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6. You get to graduate in Malta and London

Being a British University means students studying at Middlesex University Malta get the opportunity to attend graduation at both campuses.

7. Lifelong support for graduates 

When you graduate, you will join an 80,000-strong international network of incredible graduate talent. And through the Middlesex University Alumni Association, you can access this incredible pool of talent and a growing range of other exclusive benefits and services. 

By the end, you’d have acquired a new family.

8. Personalised payment plans

At Middlesex, there are no hidden fees; the stipulated price covers all academic costs.

Students can opt for personalised payment plans, whether it’s monthly instalments or paying per semester. Forget about trying hard to make it work when it looks impossible; they’ll work around your personal preference!

9. Get 70% of your fees back when you graduate

Yep, you heard that right.

Not only does the university offer flexible options to paying fees, but you get to have 70% of your fees refunded when you successfully complete your master’s degree.

Thank the Get Qualified Scheme tax rebate for this initiative… and Middlesex University, of course!

10. Scholarships and funding opportunities

Do you feel like getting 70% of your fees back is not enough? Well, Middlesex have got you covered.

Students can now apply for the Endeavour scholarship scheme where they can be awarded an €8,000 scholarship – paid directly to the university.

That mean’s you’ll only end up needing to fork about about 1k for your Master’s degree! Deadline for scholarship applications is on the 6th June, and you can find out all you need to know at the Middlesex University’s upcoming scholarships session next week!

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