Matriculation course (Flexi)

Matriculation course (Flexi)

Read these guidelines carefully if you are a prospective student interested in obtaining the Matriculation Certificate over a maximum of four years. 

MQF Level 4.

This flexible Matriculation Course prepares students to obtain their Matriculation Certificate issued by MATSEC, which is required for entry to UM, over a period of up to four years.

  1. This course is offered to prospective students who would like to pursue their studies following completion of compulsory education at the time of application, to obtain their Matriculation Certificate.
  2. This programme gives students the possibility to spread their studies over a maximum period of four years, for a variety of reasons, including but not limited to, humanitarian reasons, essential commitments (e.g. sport), disability, social origin/socio-economic reasons etc.
  1. Applicants who would like to be admitted to the Matriculation course (Flexi) must fulfil the Junior College general entry requirements as stipulated by the University of Malta.
  2. International applicants not in possession of SEC qualifications are to contact the International Admissions Office.

Up to four (4) years on a full-time basis.

  1. This course is in adherence to MATSEC syllabi and regulations.
  2. Students must choose six (6) subjects, two (2) at Advanced Matriculation (AM) level, three (3) subjects at Intermediate Matriculation (IM) level and Systems of Knowledge (as a compulsory subject).
  3. The choice of subjects should include at least one subject from each of Groups 1, 2 and 3. The remaining two subjects may be chosen from any of the four groups (refer to list of subjects and their grouping).
  4. Depending on the choice of subjects and requirements, an individual study programme (ISP) is drawn for each student.
  5. Students are allowed the possibility to study one additional language at IM level. The language session will be held on Wednesday at 14:00 for two consecutive hours over the two year course.  Students will be able to sit for the respective MATSEC examination at the end of the course.

General conditions apply.

A letter of motivation is to be submitted at the time of application so that the ISP can be drawn up with the students and other professionals.

Students who would like to follow the Doctor of Medicine and Surgery degree or the Master of Dental Surgery degree, should consider the specific entry requirements necessary before applying for the Matriculation Course (Flexi) Study Programme. It is strongly recommended that applicants discuss their options by setting an appointment with our Student Advisor before registering for the Flexi study programme.