Currently, I am studying English and Philosophy within the Faculty of Arts at the University of Malta. I deem that the system is organised and gives the student a boost in their academic studies. The facilities are not that extensive but for my course, I am satisfied with the general upkeep and organization of the library. Being an avid reader, I tend to look for books frequently so I value their discipline in keeping the shelves organized with a student-friendly environment.
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Organized, well-kept, tidy
Not a broad range of facilities
Useful | 3
National Agricultural University of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine Financial Management, Graduate, Independent
I have done MA in Financial Services, Faculty of Laws. Do not really recommend this course as it is a mix of law and finance and thus a bit hard for lawyers when we study finance or for economists when we study law. Nevertheless, the university by itself is pretty bad organised. The Faculty of Laws is the best faculty there. The lecturers are very qualified, although personal factor has a great impact as Malta is a very small state and all locals know each other.
This University gives you the challenge to study at two different faculties at the same time. You yourself have to put some effort finding out which courses are given in which semester. Most of the time the faculty can provide you with a course description or they can be found online. It is wise to check your final course list with the faculty secretary.
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