University Degrees

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Discuss with us your expectations…from Medicine, Architecture, Engineering, Business, and Aviation management degrees plus many more….. and we will help you choose the most adequate degree free of charge!

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The courses at UM are designed to produce highly-qualified professionals in multiple disciplines.

To pursue their studies at UM, local students require the Matriculation Certificate awarded by the MATSEC Board.

A basic Foundation Studies Course enables international high school students, who have completed their secondary or high school education overseas, but who do not have the necessary entry requirements, to qualify for admission to an undergraduate degree course at UM.

The language of instruction at UM is English. Applicants who have completed their secondary education overseas must satisfy UM’s English language requirements by presenting a Secure English Language Test (SELT) result.

Another opportunity provided by UM to apply for a course at undergraduate and taught postgraduate level is through the Recognition and Accreditation of Prior Learning (RPL).

As you use the course finder facility to search for the courses available at UM, the likelihood is that a number of questions will be racing through your mind: Where do I go from here? Which course should I choose? What will I get out of it? How many career opportunities may present themselves once I complete it successfully?

More often than not, you will find that the answers to questions like these can be found by discussing your career aspirations with your nearest and dearest as well as with professionals in the particular field or sector you are interested in. For some of you, the way forward has always been clear.

For others, however, the process of distinguishing which path to take requires more thought. It can also happen that, even after completing a course, some may remain unsure what to do next. In itself, this is not necessarily a bad thing because it may serve as a springboard to be creative and use the skills acquired and apply them in different circumstances.

In the fast and ever-changing globalised world we live in, matching graduates’ qualifications and skills to the demands of the working world calls for you to keep an open and creative mind. The years spent at UM should not be just about acquiring academic credentials, but most importantly, about being open to learning experiences that provide opportunities to link such credentials to particular interests and realities.

A good balance of academic credentials, flexibility and a willingness to explore new grounds could be a winning formula towards a fulfilling career that will give you the chance to be a catalyst for change, and ensure success for yourself and for society at large.

At UM you can rest assured that you will find the support you need as you start your journey towards the discovery of knowledge and the fulfilment of your aspirations.

Go through the list of UM undergraduate degree courses (by keyword) and find the right course for you.

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English Language Requirments

The language of instruction at UM is English. If you have completed your secondary education overseas you are obliged to satisfy UM’s English language requirement by presenting a Secure English Language Test (SELT) result.

 Examining Boards recognised by UM  TOEFL iBT †  IELTS ††  Cambridge †††
 Foundation Studies Course/Junior College *  61  5.5  First Certificate
 Undergraduate Course **  80  6.0  Advanced Certificate
 Postgraduate Course ***  95  6.5  Advanced Certificate

Applicants for all postgraduate courses (commencing in October 2014 or later) offered by the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, who are not in possession of a degree deemed comparable, in content and level, to the degrees required in Bye-Law 4, by the Faculty Admissions Committee, must present a SELT result with:
either a writing score of 7.5 (or higher) in the writing element and no less than 6.5 in any other element in IELTS, or a writing score of 29 (or higher) in TOEFL (iBT).
Applicants may also present a Cambridge English Proficiency Advanced Certificate at Grade C (or higher).

TOEFL and IELTS score reports will only be valid if issued within 2 years from the date of commencement of the course at UM.

The test result must be obtained by:
30 September, for admission to courses commencing in October
31 August, for admission to limited number courses commencing in October
31 January, for admission to courses commencing in February
31 January, for admission to limited number courses commencing in February

If the test result is not submitted by these dates, applicants will not be admitted to the course even if all other entry requirements are satisfied.

Applicants for Master’s courses by research are to submit the SELT pass before the commencement of the course.

Applicants for the Ph.D. programme are to submit the SELT pass before the commencement of studies.

Legend for table

* For Junior College, and Foundation courses:
IELTS:   5.0 in the reading and writing components
TOEFL: Internet-Based Test (iBT): a minimum score of 17 in the reading and writing components

** For Undergraduate Courses:
IELTS:   no less than 6.0 in Writing and no less than 5.5 in every other element
TOEFL: Internet-Based Test (iBT): a writing score of at least 20

*** For Postgraduate Courses:
IELTS:    A minimum of 6.0 in each element
TOEFL:  Internet-Based Test (iBT): a writing score of at least 24
† TOEFL Internet-Based
††Academic IELTS
††† Cambridge Certificates: a pass at a Grade C or better is required