University of Malta signs collaboration agreement with Malta Business Registry

January 24, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

This agreement is similar to the one signed between the Malta Business Registry and University's Accountancy Department in 2022

Female students in Malta continue to lead the way in tertiary education

November 4, 2022
by Helena Grech

Females made up 59.1% of students enrolled at the tertiary level

€15 million in subsidised loans now available for education through European Social Fund-backed scheme

May 23, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Malta Development and BOV have teamed up to offer students loans with preferential rates and conditions

Childcare centres’ association launches industrial action over ‘unfair’ COVID restrictions

May 12, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

Visits and checks from Government authorities and entities will not be accepted

End social distancing in classrooms, English language schools urge authorities

March 5, 2022
by Matthew Bonanno

Despite concerns, ELT industry optimistic that schools can recover this summer

MCAST’s big plan: the college’s drive towards a more resilient approach to vocational education

January 15, 2022
by Lisa Borain

Principal and CEO Joachim James Calleja & Director of Strategy Implementation Edel Cassar share about the college's post-pandemic strategy

Language schools association calls for COVID wage supplement to be extended till spring

December 20, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

Several schools facing closure if financial assistance is withdrawn, FELTOM says

More worrying news for businesses looking for skilled labour, as number of tertiary graduates drops

December 1, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

Statistic confirms October's EY survey that paints bleak picture of local labour landscape

English schools were abruptly shut this summer. Four months on, what’s the situation on the ground?

December 1, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Caroline Tissot discusses vaccine certificates, discrimination, and moving forward from the industry's darkest period to date

Haileybury obtains planning permission for international school at old Royal Navy Mtarfa hospital

November 26, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Fortina Group has been appointed to oversee the renovation project

Nearly half those aged 15 and over have ‘low level of education’ – survey

September 20, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Persons with a higher education level are more likely to be in employment

No mandatory vaccine for school staff & students, Education Minister Justyne Caruana confirms

September 7, 2021
by Helena Grech

Schools are set to reopen on 28th September

MCAST opens consultation on Act and Strategic Plan to strengthen vocational and professional education in Malta

May 21, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

'With a clear plan, we can now look ahead with a renewed role to the changing labour market' - CEO

Schools to reopen on Monday, hints Prime Minister

April 6, 2021
by Robert Fenech

During a radio interview, Robert Abela said that 'priority will be given to education'

‘Learning foreign languages is a must to address educational and labour market demands’

February 15, 2021
by Helena Grech

Education Minister Justyne Caruana addresses a virtual meeting of the working group for the promotion of foreign languages

University of Malta signs collaboration agreement with Malta Business Registry

January 24, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

This agreement is similar to the one signed between the Malta Business Registry and University's Accountancy Department in 2022

Female students in Malta continue to lead the way in tertiary education

November 4, 2022
by Helena Grech

Females made up 59.1% of students enrolled at the tertiary level

€15 million in subsidised loans now available for education through European Social Fund-backed scheme

May 23, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Malta Development and BOV have teamed up to offer students loans with preferential rates and conditions

Childcare centres’ association launches industrial action over ‘unfair’ COVID restrictions

May 12, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

Visits and checks from Government authorities and entities will not be accepted

End social distancing in classrooms, English language schools urge authorities

March 5, 2022
by Matthew Bonanno

Despite concerns, ELT industry optimistic that schools can recover this summer

MCAST’s big plan: the college’s drive towards a more resilient approach to vocational education

January 15, 2022
by Lisa Borain

Principal and CEO Joachim James Calleja & Director of Strategy Implementation Edel Cassar share about the college's post-pandemic strategy

Language schools association calls for COVID wage supplement to be extended till spring

December 20, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

Several schools facing closure if financial assistance is withdrawn, FELTOM says

More worrying news for businesses looking for skilled labour, as number of tertiary graduates drops

December 1, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

Statistic confirms October's EY survey that paints bleak picture of local labour landscape

English schools were abruptly shut this summer. Four months on, what’s the situation on the ground?

December 1, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Caroline Tissot discusses vaccine certificates, discrimination, and moving forward from the industry's darkest period to date

Haileybury obtains planning permission for international school at old Royal Navy Mtarfa hospital

November 26, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Fortina Group has been appointed to oversee the renovation project

Nearly half those aged 15 and over have ‘low level of education’ – survey

September 20, 2021
by Robert Fenech

Persons with a higher education level are more likely to be in employment

No mandatory vaccine for school staff & students, Education Minister Justyne Caruana confirms

September 7, 2021
by Helena Grech

Schools are set to reopen on 28th September

MCAST opens consultation on Act and Strategic Plan to strengthen vocational and professional education in Malta

May 21, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

'With a clear plan, we can now look ahead with a renewed role to the changing labour market' - CEO

Schools to reopen on Monday, hints Prime Minister

April 6, 2021
by Robert Fenech

During a radio interview, Robert Abela said that 'priority will be given to education'

‘Learning foreign languages is a must to address educational and labour market demands’

February 15, 2021
by Helena Grech

Education Minister Justyne Caruana addresses a virtual meeting of the working group for the promotion of foreign languages