The University of Malta is the premier teaching institution in Malta. It is publicly funded and is open to all those who have the necessary qualifications. Over the past few years, the University has revised its structures in order to be in line with the Bologna Process and the European Higher Education Area. Conscious of its public role, the University tries to produce courses which are related and timely in response to the needs of the country. The highest governing bodies of the University are the Council and the Senate. There are some 11,000 students comprising over 600 international students from 80 diverse countries, succeeding full-time or part-time degree and diploma courses, many of them run on the modular or credit system. The University frequently hosts a huge number of Erasmus and other exchange students. A basic Foundation Studies Course allows international high school students who have completed their secondary or high school education overseas but who do not have the essential entry requirements, to qualify for admission to an undergraduate degree course at the University of Malta. The University is geared towards the infrastructural and industrial needs of the country so as to provide proficiency in vital fields. Well over 3,000 students graduate in various disciplines annually. The degree courses at the University are designed to produce highly qualified professionals, with experience of research, who will play key roles in industry, commerce and public affairs in general. There are a further 2,600 pre-tertiary students at the Junior College which is also managed by the University.
Editors, Contributors and Speakers [
The following is the list of scholars from University of Malta who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences