A memorandum of understanding was signed on the 8th of May between Malta College of Arts, Science & Technology (MCAST) and Malta Maritime Forum (MMF) to strengthen collaboration and facilitate the upgrading of technical skills among maritime industry employees.
Parliamentary Secretary Chris Agius explores the infrastructural projects needed to develop Malta's sport offering, making it clear that while sports enthusiasts deserve better facilities, the environment needs to be given due consideration.
Education Minister Evarist Bartolo announced today that as many as 12,000 educators will benefit from free Office 365 ProPlus software through an agreement the government signed with Microsoft. Those eligible are in teaching grades of all State, Church and independent schools, Mcast, Higher Secondary and Gozo’s Sixth Form.
The English Language Teaching (ELT) segment is a niche that attracts nearly 80,000 students annually and in 2014, English Language Schools alone employed approximately 2,300 teaching and non-teaching staff, Tourism Minister Edward Zammit Lewis said today.
A ground-breaking new treatment for epilepsy is expected as a result of a new collaboration between local bio-medical research and development company AAT Research Ltd, the University of Cardiff (Prof. Vincenzo Crunelli) and the University of Malta (Prof. Giuseppe Di Giovanni).