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  • Colour My World project concluded

    Colour My World project concluded

    St Theresa College’s Boys’ Secondary School, Santa Venera, has concluded its participation in a two-year Comenius project entitled Colour My World. The project, which also involved schools from Bulgaria, Cyprus, England, Estonia, Finland, Poland,...

  • Meeting for parents of Junior College students

    A meeting for parents or guardians of first-year Junior College students will be held tomorrow at 7pm for students with surnames starting from A to F, and on Tuesday at 7pm for other students. It will take place at the University’s Sir Temi Zammit...

  • German-Maltese Circle courses

    The German-Maltese Circle is holding courses in German and short courses in Maltese for adults and students, starting in October. As from this year, sessions will be held once a week. The courses will be held at the organisation’s premises at...

  • Interpreting the Song of Songs

    A short course on the ‘Song of Songs’, considered one the most beautiful and enigmatic books in Scripture, will be held at the Birkirkara oratory of the Missionary Society of St Paul. The course aims to deepen the lite­ral, spiritual and...

  • Historical books donated

    Historical books donated

    Fifty historical books related to pharmacy, chemistry and medicine were donated to the University of Malta’s Department of Pharmacy by John Rizzo Naudi, honorary University chancellor, to mark World Pharmacists Day. Photo shows Rizzo Naudi...

  • Journalism for the digital age

    Journalism for the digital age

    With fast changing technologies allowing everyone to distribute content of any kind online, the role of the journalist has extended well beyond that of a storywriter to encompass the necessity and challenge to deliver credible and objective...

  • A world of opportunities

    A world of opportunities

    Until a few years ago, young people were never coached or counselled as to what lay in store for them. Careers fairs and information on possible paths to follow were next to none. Some knew exactly what they wanted to become. Some knew they would...

  • In good company

    In good company

    University life is all about independence. But for some, that means sharing an apartment with fellow students, says Jamie Iain Genovese. Periods of change are synonymous with some sort of adjustment – when change happens, we need to fine-tune our...

  • Making the most of student life

    Making the most of student life

    What are the main challenges that university students face today? I believe that one of the main challenges that students are facing at tertiary level is the fact that an undergraduate degree is no longer enough. The market has become so...

  • A learning curve

    A learning curve

    It’s been 13 years since Veronica Stivala first set foot on campus as a fresher. She looks back at her university years with nostalgia and shares a few tips with those lucky enough to be sitting down for their first lecture. As the temperature...

  • Taking the plunge

    For many students, university life is a fork in the road. It is a crucial – and often scary – time to assess the various career options available as students prepare to take the plunge into their chosen professional path. Depending on their area...

  • Supporting you on your journey

    Supporting you on your journey

    Students embarking on post-secondary or tertiary education are about to face many challenges along the way. It is often the first time in their life when they’re really managing their own finances, and they need the right tools and services in...

  • Studying solutions

    Studying solutions

    High rents, transportation and a significant financial burden are a few of the issues which Gozitan students face, Denis Muscat, president, Gozo University Group, says. How many Gozitan students study in Malta? The number of Gozitan students who...

  • Great expectations

    Great expectations

    Supporting your children in their ambitions for the future requires careful planning, says Charlie Nunn, global head of wealth management, HSBC. Being a parent is a joy, a privilege and a huge responsibility, especially when it comes to education.

  • Back to school

    Back to school

    It’s never too late to go back to university, Carla Formosa says as she meets two professionals who are resitting their formal education. Davinia Galea “I was never a studious child,” Davinia Galea says. “And you wouldn’t call me an all-rounder.

  • Keep your curiosity fresh

    Keep your curiosity fresh

    Your University experience is about to start and KSU is set to make it an adventure you won’t forget. For all freshman and refreshers, there is a lot to look forward to this academic year, including the best launch party on campus. University...

  • What traffic?

    What traffic?

    The worst part of being a university student is probably the hours spent commuting. But maybein the future, you could wake up late but still be in time for your first early morning lecture. Anything which Elon Musk, founder of Tesla, PayPal and...

  • Arts Council Malta launches revamped Translation Grant

    Arts Council Malta has recently launched the Translation Grant, a fund which aims to support the translation of creative writing, ranging from books to films, for international distribution. Formerly known as Spreading Words, the Translation Grant...

  • Bosco Summer School activities

    Bosco Summer School activities

    For the past 17 years, August was one of the busiest months for the members of the Oratory in Sliema. Apart from the Salesian Brigade summer camp and other activities, August represents the last few weeks of the Bosco Summer School. The Bosco...

  • Gozitan student wins essay competition

    Gozitan student wins essay competition

    Marie Georgette Spiteri, 14, who attends the Bishop’s Conservatory Secondary School in Victoria, has won the My Magna Carta international creative essay writing competition for 11- to 14-year-olds from Europe. The competition was organised to mark...

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