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Erasmus students learn Maltese

The students during a visit to Valletta.

The students during a visit to Valletta.

The University’s International and EU Office recently organised an Erasmus Intensive Language Course regarding the Maltese language and culture for 20 overseas students.

The course comprised 60 hours of lectures followed by an assessment.

It also included visits to the temples at Ħaġar Qim and Mnajdra, as well as historical sites at Mosta, Rabat, Mdina and Valletta.

Participants also had the opportunity of visiting Dingli Cliffs and taking a tour on an underwater safari boat from Buġibba around the Sliema coast.

The course was funded through support received from the European Commission under the Lifelong Learning Programme (Erasmus).

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