A Master is a graduate-level academic program that takes about two years beyond a bachelor’s degree to receive. Master’s are offered in many different specialties, and depending on the school, they may also be offered online or in person. Earning a Master may lead to increased job opportunities for graduates.
Malta is a small, island country in the Mediterranean Sea that lies south of the island of Sicily, Italy. Malta has promoted itself successfully as an entirely bi-lingual nation for Maltese and English. It counts for many educational institutes in the rest of the world as a country where English is the first language and they therefore will often even subsidize students to go there to learn it. The vast majority of Maltese citizens speak English to a very high standard.
This Masters program in Business Informatics focuses on the planning, development, and application of information and communication systems for all kinds of organizations
This program comprises 10 modules and a Master’s Dissertation and has three sequential exit points relating to 30, 60 and 90 ECTS accumulated totals, entitling the student to a Post-Graduate Certificate, Post-Graduate Diploma and Master of Business Informatics.
The program is being delivered in collaboration with Haaga-Helia - University of Applied Sciences. Lectures will take place on Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings, allowing for a flexibility of study. Further information on this program may be obtained from the Office of Part-Time courses (Tel. 23987142 or email: email@example.com).
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