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  • Chinese evening course

    An eight-week evening course in basic Chinese language and culture starts on Tuesday, organised by the University of Malta’s Confucius Institute. The sessions will be held every Tuesday until December 6 from 6.30 to 8pm. The tuition fee is €50 for...

  • Malta hosts Erasmus Student Network

    Malta hosts Erasmus Student Network

    Malta recently hosted for the first time a meeting of the council of national representatives of the largest student association in Europe – the Erasmus Student Network. A total of 70 participants representing 500 higher education institutions...

  • NSTS English conversation classes

    NSTS English Language Institute is offering four-week English conversation evening classes every week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 to 7.30pm. During the courses, students engage in various conversation topics, role-plays, and language games...

  • Freshers’ Days at Mcast

    Freshers’ Days at Mcast

    Freshers at the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology last week attended a range of events and activities designed to help them get to know other students, make new friends and find their way around campus. These included orientation...

  • Voting at 16

    Do you agree with lowering the voting age for general elections to 16? I don’t think it’s necessary, but I am not against it either. It would definitely be interesting to see what difference it can make in election results. Johann Agius, Master’s...

  • Sixth form ice-breaking activity

    Sixth form ice-breaking activity

    Over 100 new students at St Martin’s College Sixth Form took part in a series of team-building activities during an Ice Breaking Day at Mistra Bay. One of the main tasks for each team was to build a raft from barrels, wooden posts and rope,...

  • Early childhood education for sustainability in Malta

    Environmental sustainability is concerned with how we live now and in the future so that future generations can enjoy the natural resour­ces we have today. It is about safeguarding the natural environment, particularly for the benefit of children...

  • University science summer camp triggers pupils’ curiosity

    University science summer camp triggers pupils’ curiosity

    Sixty-five children aged eight to 13 took part in Xjenza Mania, a summer school organised by the University of Malta’s Cottonera Resource Center (CRC). The intensive six-week programme was designed specifically around science, technology,...

  • Mcast third call for applications

    Mcast third call for applications

    The Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (Mcast) is issuing a third call for applications this week as follows: • On Wednesday, September 28, for students whose surnames start with A to M; • On Thursday, September 29, for students with...

  • Freshers’ chance to win a scenic flight over Malta

    University and Junior College students are being offered an opportunity to win a scenic flight over Malta this year at Freshers’ Week, courtesy of ISIC Malta and NSTS. Students who buy an ISIC card on site at Freshers’ Week, and like the ISIC...

  • Hats off to Science in the City

    Hats off to Science in the City

    Students will be marching on in Valletta on September 30, from 6pm onwards throughout Republic Street. They have been working hard over summer and will bring with them racing cars, DIY experiments, the latest gadgets and health checks to show to...

  • Laparoscopic surgery master programme

    The University of Malta’s Faculty of Medicine and Surgery in collaboration with the Associazione Chirurghi Ospedalieri Italiani (ACOI) is offering a new master programme in laparoscopic surgery. It is offered in English, both on a full-time basis...

  • Malta and Warwick agree research and teaching collaboration in neuroscience

    Malta and Warwick agree research and teaching collaboration in neuroscience

    Prof. Giuseppe Di Giovanni of the University of Malta and coordinator of the Malta Neuroscience Network, recently met Dr Martin Spillane, the Warwick alumni ambassador to Malta and Warwick visiting fellow, and Prof. Bruno Frenguelli of the Warwick...

  • Meeting for parents of new Junior College students

    A meeting for parents or guardians of first-year students at the Junior College, Msida, will be held at 7pm at Sir Temi Zammit Hall, University of Malta, Msida, as follows: • On Monday, September 26, for students whose surnames start with A to...

  • Mcast 2nd call for applications

    Mcast 2nd call for applications

    The Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (Mcast) has issued a second call for applications for its courses as follows: • Tomorrow, September 5, for applicants whose surnames start with A to C; • On Tuesday, September 6, for applicants...

  • Malta to host Med literature, arts, culture intensive programme

    Malta to host Med literature, arts, culture intensive programme

    The University of Malta’s Department of English has been award­ed Erasmusplus funding to host an intensive programme called Mediterranean Imaginaries: Literature, Arts, Culture. Participants will explore and study Mediterranean literature, film...

  • New part-time MBA, Master in Business Informatics on offer

    New part-time MBA, Master in Business Informatics on offer

    The Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (Mcast) is offering for the first time a Master of Business Administration (MBA) for the Small Business and a Master in Business Informatics, the latter in collaboration with Haaga-Helia University...

  • Public speaking course

    ‘The Art of Public Speaking’ is a 20-hour course being offered by Malta University Consulting Ltd during October and November. It starts on October 10 and is spread over eight sessions at the University Residence, Robert Mifsud Bonnici Street,...

  • Teaching skills of conflict resolution

    What would the world be like in years to come if tomorrow’s parents, leaders and policymakers had the skills to resolve conflicts? Would it be too much to dream that families could handle conflicts and resolve them rather than break up, or that...

  • Skills for the digital era

    Skills for the digital era

    The essential requirement for any organisation to run in a highly digital manner has drastically increased the demand for digital jobs. This importance is so pronounced that the EU has given this due importance and has been organising various...

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