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  • Students experience work in tourism sector

    Sixty-six secondary school students spent a week observing different careers in various establishments in the tourism sector during this scholastic year. Over 20 establishments, including hotels and heritage sites, hosted the students who...

  • De la Salle College promotes learning outside the classroom

    In 1979, a group of students armed with notebooks and a camera set off from De La Salle College, Cottonera, to explore and map the coastline of four Maltese fishing villages – Kalkara, Birżebbuġa, Marsaxlokk and Marsascala. Their journey of...

  • Skolasport end of year show

    Skolasport end of year show

    Skolasport concluded its 2013-2014 programme with a show at the Cottonera sports complex during which participants displayed their talent and sport abilities in front of parents, relatives and friends. The programme was organised by the Malta...

  • Green project ends

    Green project ends

    A delegation from St Theresa College’s Birkirkara Primary recently visited Siauliai, Lithuania, in a last exchange visit of the two-year Comenius project It’s Fun to be In and Green. The other participants came from Cyprus, Bulgaria, Italy,...

  • IT hacking, robotics and game development at STC

    IT hacking, robotics and game development at STC

    Outsmarting computer hackers, building robots and designing clever digital games are some of the topical courses on offer at the STC Training Institute, Pembroke, this summer. STC recently held an open day to introduce visitors to its many short...

  • This week on The Zone

    This week on The Zone

    Video interviews of people talking about their careers, talents and social life are being featured on The Zone at www.timesofmalta.com/thezone. A new interview with professional swimmer Luke Camilleri Cuschieri will be uploaded this...

  • School day trip to Syracuse and Noto

    A group of 54 Grade 9 students from San Andrea School, L-Imselliet, together with their teachers, recently went on an educational day trip to Sicily. In Syracuse, they visited the archaeological park, where they tried out the famous Ear of...

  • Commonwealth appointment for education leadership professor

    Christopher Bezzina has been appointed vice president of the Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management. Bezzina, an associate professor of educational leadership at the University, has been an executive board member of the...

  • IMP recognition ceremony

    IMP recognition ceremony

    Some 60 local and international students following one of four collaborative master’s and two dual degrees that currently make up the University’s International Masters Programme (IMP), recently attended a recognition ceremony at the University’s...

  • University awarded prestigious research title

    The University has been awarded the title of CUDA Research Center by NVIDIA, a world-leading manufacturer of graphical processing units (GPUs) and provider of parallel processing capabilities to researchers and scientists worldwide. The...

  • Invitation to take part in water-saving project

    Are you interested in reducing the amount of water you consume and pay cheaper water bills without making significant changes to your quality of life? This can be done for free and without the need for any physical interventions in your home by...

  • 30-hour course on 2D, 3D autocad modelling

    A 30-hour course entitled ‘2D and 3D Autocad Modelling – From Drawings to Rapid Prototyping Models’ will start on July 1 at the Cad/Cam Systems Laboratory of the University’s Faculty of Engineering. This course is aimed at anyone interested to...

  • Young student dancers excel

    Young student dancers excel

    Twenty-nine girls and boys from ArtsExcel and St Michael School, Tal-Balal, San Ġwann, placed first in a dance competition of the GEF World Festival of Creativity in Schools in San Remo, Italy. Other participants in the competition came from...

  • Higher Secondary ends green project

    The two-year Comenius project Har­mony for Earth, for Life and for People (Help) in which Giovanni Curmi Higher Secondary School, Naxxar, was a partner, held its last meeting at a school in Cagliari, Sardinia. The environmental project dealt with...

  • Mosta school in sports project

    Mosta school in sports project

    For the past two years, Maria Regina College Boys’ Secondary, Mosta, has taken part in a Comenius project entitled Olympic Spirit Uniting Europe, with secondary schools in Poland, the UK and Germany. The project’s main aim is to promote the values...

  • This week on The Zone

    This week on The Zone

    Video interviews of people talking about their careers, talents and social life are being featured on The Zone at www.timesofmalta.com/thezone. The following are some of the new interviews that will be uploaded this week. Helping new entrepreneurs...

  • A trip to the Côte d’Azur

    A trip to the Côte d’Azur

    Students of French at St Martin’s College went on an educational trip in Nice on the Côte d’Azur. It included a week of cultural activities and French lessons at Azurlingua language school. The visit enabled the students to experience French...

  • Family Day

    Family Day

    As part of a Family Day at St Benedict College Boys’ Secondary, Kirkop, parents and relatives of the students attended typical lessons at the school.

  • Science faculty research facilities to be upgraded

    Science faculty research facilities to be upgraded

    The University’s Faculty of Science has secured over €2 million from the European Regional Development Fund for two further projects that will enhance and upgrade its research infrastructure. This was announced by faculty dean Charles Sammut while...

  • Mcast, AFM agree to collaborate on training

    Mcast, AFM agree to collaborate on training

    The Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology and the Armed Forces of Malta have agreed to collaborate to provide knowledge, skills and competencies-based training and assist-ance to both AFM personnel and Mcast students. This follows the...

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