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Education

  • Promoting mental health in children and young people

    Methodologies to promote mental health in children and young people is the theme of a special edition of the International Journal of Emotional Education (volume 7, issue 1), which has just been issued. It is guest edited by Prof. Phillip Slee and...

  • Girl guides’ science camp

    Around 100 members of various girl guide groups took part in a three-day camp organised by the Malta Girl Guides to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics and related careers among their members. During the event, entitled...

  • Bank publishes students’ photos

    Bank publishes students’ photos

    Artistic photos taken by students following a national higher diploma course in photography at the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology’s Institute of Art and Design have been published in Banif Bank’s perpetual agenda and distributed to...

  • Traditional healthy games

    Traditional healthy games

    The eco school committee of Maria Regina College’s Naxxar primary organised a series of two-hour programmes of traditional games on three afternoons for all children at the school. The games included sack races, potato races, skipping rope races,...

  • Public lectures

    Public lectures

    The Premier and Strada Stretta ‘The Premier and Strada Stretta: Maltese modern art and the Benjamin-Baudelairean idea of urban consciousness’ is the title of a public talk that Nikki Petroni will give on Friday at 6.30pm at the University’s Art...

  • A greener campus

    A greener campus

    How green is your campus? Although there has been a lot of effort to make the campus greener and more pleasing to the eye, we’re still way behind as the University administration and students in general have yet to adopt a green culture. Matthew...

  • Sustainable tourism

    In an interview for University Matters on Campus FM 103.7, Patricia Camilleri speaks to Rita Cannas about her research on sustainable tourism development models, management, planning and public policy, and discusses diverse strategies for...

  • Robotics Olympiad

    This year’s Malta Robotics Olympiad will be held on April 22 at the Cottonera Sports Complex. The event is open to students between the ages of eight and 20. Over 20 teams made up of primary and secondary school students will be participating in...

  • Art exhibition by IB sixth form students

    Art exhibition by IB sixth form students

    An exhibition of artworks by international baccalaureate students Martin Grech, Kateryna Lybanieva and Sophia Spiteri is open to the public from tomorrow to April 23 at St Edward’s College, Cottonera, during school hours. The students produced the...

  • Coding competition winners announced

    Coding competition winners announced

    Luke D’Amato and Michael Pulis from Savio College won the upper secondary category of the national coding competition. Their prize is a visit to the IBM Super Computer Centre and Cloud Computing Centre in Barcelona, Spain. Conor Shaw, Nicholas...

  • Plants can help change the world

    An educational open weekend on the theme ‘How plants can help us change the world’ is being held at Argotti Botanic Gardens, Floriana, from Friday to next Sunday. The activity will be inaugurated by Education Minister Evarist Bartolo. The weekend...

  • Student elections

    Student elections

    What are the benefits of electing student councils? The main aim and duty of elected student councils such as the KSU, KSJC and KSM is to represent the interests of all students, without distinction. They attract greater attention to the student...

  • Diabetes survey

    Diabetes survey

    In an interview for University Matters on Campus FM 103.7, Patricia Camilleri speaks to Sarah Cuschieri about diabetes and how her involvement in a Malta-wide survey on this condition will help doctors understand its overall prevalence in the...

  • Public lectures and seminars

    ‘Reni, Guercino, Algardi and the artistic patronage of the Boncompagni Corcos’ is the title of the next international lecture of the Caravaggio studies programme of the University’s History of Art Department. It will be delivered by Guendalina...

  • School holds careers fair

    School holds careers fair

    St Martin’s College held a careers fair for students from Level 10 to sixth form. The students were able to meet over 30 representatives of various departments of the University of Malta and Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology, financial...

  • Restructuring to strengthen

    The Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology has launched for discussion an important proposal to strengthen its organisational structure to enable it to develop and strengthen all the different areas of its wide-ranging remit. The proposal...

  • St Monica School bike-a-thon

    St Monica School bike-a-thon

    St Monica School, Gżira, held a bike-a-thon at Ta’ Qali for students, parents, members of staff and friends. Besides cyc­ling, other activities organised including a car-wash, face-painting and balloon modelling. The event’s aims were to bring...

  • St Martin’s College team wins Maths Olympiad

    St Martin’s College team wins Maths Olympiad

    A team of students from St Martin’s College won the eighth edition of the Mathematics Olympiad. It was the first time the college took part in the competition, which is organised by the Education Division’s Mathematics Department and the Malta...

  • Education for adults

    Education for adults

    In an interview for University Matters on Campus FM 103.7, Patricia Camilleri speaks to Darlene Clover about the development of continuing education, including the role of women in community, cultural and ecological leadership and activism. Clover...

  • Latest issue of Think is out

    Latest issue of Think is out

    The latest issue of the University magazine Think may be picked up for free from newsagents and Agenda bookstores. In one of its articles, Georgios Yannakakis from the University’s Institute of Digital Games brings a fresh view to how computers...

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