University of Mauritius: Short-term Study or Internship

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Students are advised to consult the University Website www.uom.ac.mu to make a choice of modules they wish to study.  Undergraduate students may study 3-5 modules for one semester and should cover a maximum of either 15 UoM credits or 30 LCCS cred... read more

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Students are advised to consult the University Website www.uom.ac.mu to make a choice of modules they wish to study.  Undergraduate students may study 3-5 modules for one semester and should cover a maximum of either 15 UoM credits or 30 LCCS credits (as applicable).  Students may wish to study modules at Postgraduate level as well. 

The following documents must be submitted at the time of application:
i.  An official request expressing your wish to study at the University and specifying for which semester(s);  
ii. A list of modules you wish to study at the University;
iii. Copies of your educational certificates and University transcripts (duly translated in English);
iv. A recommendation letter from your University; and
v. Students not possessing a recognised qualification in English Language should provide evidence of proficiency in same, e.g. TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language), IELTS (International English Language Testing System), or other similar tests or any evidence of Proficiency in English Language that you may possess. 

The University of Mauritius is currently on the yearly system, therefore for studying a yearly module for one semester, a student will be awarded half the number of credits, the module carries.  Students joining in Semester II of an academic year and who wish to study yearly modules (taught over two(2) semesters), the onus will be on the student to catch up with the missed lectures held in Semester I.  The medium of teaching is English, but some modules are taught in French.


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