Master Programs in Malta

See 4 Top Masters Programs in Malta 2016/2017

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Malta is a beautiful set of islands located in the Mediterranean. More students are discovering Malta as a destination for graduate education. Malta is home to excellent universities with top-notch graduate programs. Outside of the classroom, students of Master in Malta programs can take advantage of the exciting nightlife, concerts, theater, cuisine, sea activities, and stunning beaches. A Master in Malta is a rewarding experience that includes an exciting blend of academics and culture.

Most of the Master in Malta programs are taught entirely in English, as English is one of the official languages in Malta. Some of the programs that students can choose from are in the fields of education, psychology, peace and conflict studies, environmental studies, and business. With a Master in Malta degree, students will participate in an education that will encourage and challenge them to grow personally and professionally, while giving them an edge in the competitive job market in the region and globally.

Take a look through the Master in Malta programs below and find the one that will help you reach your goals!

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Master International Maritime Law and Logistics

Kühne Logistics University - KLU
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Malta Valletta

<p>This degree will qualify you to master groundbreaking logistics challenges and legal issues. Learn to navigate through the new laws that govern the sea and maritime operations. They are designed to protect the environment and maintain human rights in the societies and communities involved. Acquire experience in analyzing the legal issues that arise at sea and along the world’s coastlines. Find out how to organize logistics operations based on your knowledge of the legal issues. You will have the skill set necessary for assessing the financial implications of legal decisions in logistics. And you will experience how this fast-paced field has become a building [+]

Check out this brand new Master of Science, that the IMO International Maritime Law Institute (IMLI) in Malta will launch in October 2016 in cooperation with Kühne Logistics University (KLU) in Hamburg!

This degree will qualify you to master groundbreaking logistics challenges and legal issues. Learn to navigate through the new laws that govern the sea and maritime operations. They are designed to protect the environment and maintain human rights in the societies and communities involved. Acquire experience in analyzing the legal issues that arise at sea and along the world’s coastlines. Find out how to organize logistics operations based on your knowledge of the legal issues. You will have the skill set necessary for assessing the financial implications of legal decisions in logistics. And you will experience how this fast-paced field has become a building block of modern society.... [-]


Master of Laws in Energy, Environmental and Climate Change Law

University of Malta
Campus Full time September 2016 Malta Valletta

This Master’s degree programme on Energy, Environmental and Climate Change Law</strong> being offered by the University of Malta, in collaboration with IEEL, is unique in its approach – it aims to provide for a thorough study of energy law, environmental law and climate change law, from the point of view of international, European Union, and comparative law. This corresponds to the ever-increasing legal, economic, and societal importance of energy, environmental and climate change regulation. Recognizing the expertise of the researchers of the University of Malta and IEEL, and the need for specialized education, the University of Malta approved plans to offer a Master in Energy, Environmental and Climate Change (LL.M.) [+]

This Master’s degree programme on Energy, Environmental and Climate Change Law being offered by the University of Malta, in collaboration with IEEL, is unique in its approach – it aims to provide for a thorough study of energy law, environmental law and climate change law, from the point of view of international, European Union, and comparative law. This corresponds to the ever-increasing legal, economic, and societal importance of energy, environmental and climate change regulation. Recognizing the expertise of the researchers of the University of Malta and IEEL, and the need for specialized education, the University of Malta approved plans to offer a Master in Energy, Environmental and Climate Change (LL.M.). The first programme started in the academic year 2013-2014 and will be offered again in 2015/6. The co-directors of studies are Prof. Dr. Kurt Deketelaere and Dr. Simone Borg, and the LL.M coordinator is Prof. Dr. Bram Delvaux. Energy law, environmental law and climate change law are booming areas of legal practice, of academic research, as well as of societal importance. In these areas, the programme aims to deliver three key anchor points of legal resources: knowledge and know-how, skills (both verbally and written), and the professional approach and intuition required. Further information - http://www.um.edu.mt/icp/lllm-energy-environmental-climate-change-law [-]

MA IN TRANSCULTURAL COUNSELING

University of Malta
Campus Full time 18 - 18 months October 2016 Malta Valletta

The M.A. in Transcultural Counselling is a collaborative degree programme offered by the University of Malta and the University of New Orleans. The programme brings together cohorts of international students and an outstanding teaching faculty that includes academics from Europe and the US. [+]

Masters in Malta 2016/2017. The M.A. in Transcultural Counselling is a collaborative degree programme offered by the University of Malta and the University of New Orleans. The programme brings together cohorts of international students and an outstanding teaching faculty that includes academics from Europe and the US. The mission of the M.A. in Transcultural Counselling is to train world counsellors who are able to serve diverse populations worldwide. Graduates of this programme are global citizens who as counsellors possess a sense of social responsibility and global civic engagement, as well as global competence. To this end, the foundation of the programme is the development of transcultural counselling competency. The programme promotes an understanding of and sensitivity to cultural diversity as it is reflected worldwide and a broader view of the sociocultural context surrounding counselling. The programme will provide students with a solid knowledge base and a broad spectrum of counselling skills and competencies necessary to work in a variety of counselling settings. The programme is intended to equip students with knowledge of counselling theories and skills, as well as provide them with the opportunity to practice these skills under supervision and to undertake their own research efforts. Why study for a degree in "Transcultural Counselling”? If the counselling profession is to have an impact globally, it will require individuals with the awareness, knowledge and skills to address worldwide challenges to mental health and wellbeing. As global interconnectedness narrows the physical and social distance between people, the future of counsellor training lies in preparing professionals with a global perspective. The transcultural aspect of the curriculum is reflected by the international makeup of both the teaching faculty and the expected student population. While the curriculum continues to provide students with traditional counsellor training, the international composition of the programme will also provide them with a wider exchange of cultural viewpoints and experiences surrounding contemporary counselling theory and practice. The programme is offered by the Department of Counselling at the University of Malta and the Department of Educational Leadership, Counseling, and Foundations (ELCF) at the University of New Orleans. Both institutions contribute to the experienced teaching faculty of the programme, thus exposing students to both a European and a US perspective of transcultural counselling. The delivery of the programme starts with each academic year in September. The course duration is spread over eighteen months (twelve months full-time and six months of practicum). The programme is divided into three semesters, with the first two semesters dedicated to the taught component of the programme and the third semester devoted to independent student research. The last six months will be assigned for the practicum. Applications for admission will be accepted on a rolling basis with periodic reviews. The admission requirements for the course are (i) an undergraduate Honours degree (second class or higher) from a recognised institution; (ii) three letters of recommendation; and (iii) certified English language proficiency. All candidates will be asked to sit for an interview. Prospective students are advised to consult the Admission Requirements page on this website http://www.um.edu.mt/icp/ma-counseling-counselling [-]

MSC IN Environmental Management and Sustainability

University of Malta
Campus Full time 13 months September 2016 Malta Valletta

The Master's programme in Environmental Management and Sustainability is an accelerated, 12-month, international double degree programme. Students completing the programme receive a Master of Science degree from both James Madison Uinversity and the University of Malta. [+]

This dual programme, in collaboration with James Madison University, starts in September and ends the following August. All coursework is undertaken in Malta between September 2016 to May 2017 and students work independently during the summer months to complete a capstone project. The degree is flexible, and enables each student to design a programme of studies that meets their long-term career goals. The curriculum provides a foundation for both natural resource conservation as well as sustainability management. The educational benefits of the programne are not limited to the classroom. As a small Mediterranean island, Malta is a wonderful living laboratory for the study and practice of sustainability. A number of field experiences provide a hands-on feel for both sustainable technologies and resource conservation. The field experience includes site work at a nature park in Italy. Expert faculty from both the University of Malta and JMU are involved in all teaching and instruction, providing participants with valuable international viewpoints. Intercultural awareness and deepened self-confidence grow from working with students and faculty from around the world. Graduates will become well versed in the science of environmental sustainability and management and acquire an understanding of its practical applications. The programme is appropriate for both recent graduates and for those who are already working. It will allow you to experience sustainability challenges first-hand and significantly enhance your employment prospects. For further information visit: http://www.um.edu.mt/icp/msc-environmental-management-and-sustainability [-]