Application Requirements

Application Deadline

The application period will open on October 15. February 10 is the deadline for priority admissions, and notifications will be made no later than March 21. Applicants may continue to apply to the program until April 15 for the fall term; there is no guarantee of admission review after this date.

Program Begins

 Fall

Transcripts

Unofficial transcripts from all post-secondary institutions should be uploaded with your electronic application and may be used for departmental admission review purposes. If offered admission, you will be directed and required to submit to the JMU Graduate School an official transcript from any institution from which a degree has been awarded to finalize your admission. Transcripts are considered official if they are sent to JMU directly from the issuing institution.

Required by Program
  • Statement of Interest - A 400-600 word explanation about how the International Master’s Program in Malta will help you achieve your personal and professional goals in environmental management and sustainability. Highlight any unique experiences or qualities that you bring to the program.
  • Resume that includes all educational and professional experience.

  • Two letters of recommendation are required, but you may submit three, from individuals who are able to evaluate your ability and preparedness for graduate study, such as your academic advisor, one of your instructors, or an employer

Test Requirements

GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT or MAT

SELT/TOEFL/IELTS (All teaching at the University of Malta is delivered in English. A high level of proficiency is expected to ensure that the applicant is in a position to follow lectures and discussions.)

Online Application
International Applicants

International Graduate Information

International applicants will upload a credential evaluation of their non-U.S. college or university transcripts from one of the services listed at this link: Credential_Evaluation

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