The Master of Science (M.Sc. or M.S. degree) is a postgraduate academic degree awarded by most universities, colleges and graduate schools worldwide. Classes are usually technically oriented and focus on developing analytical and problem-solving skills through lab work and scientific research. You don’t need a Bachelor of Science in order to apply to a Master of Science, but you must already have an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject.
The general study duration of an M.Sc. degree is between 1-2 years long. Still, some Master’s programmes in Computer Science and Engineering take 3-5 years to complete, and Medicine Masters can take as much as 6 years to finish, depending on your specialisation.
In order to receive a Master of Science degree from an international tech school, you usually have to write a scientific thesis at the end of your academic studies. Generally, universities and graduate schools award a Master of Science (M.Sc. degree) for finishing studies in Natural Sciences, Social Sciences (e.g. Finance, Psychology), Business, Engineering & Technology, Medicine & Health, Mathematics, Informatics, etc.
The Republic of Malta is an archipelago-country in the center of the Mediteranean sea. It has a surface of 316 square kilometers and a little under half a million people. Malta has Maltese and English as official languages and the Euro as currency. Its capital is Valletta, but the largest city is Birkirkara. Malta is a very popular tourist destination.Read more about studying abroad in Malta
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The founders of the MSPC - Master in the Science of Performative Creativity at the University of Malta had one...