The Malta College for Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) celebrated the graduation mass for 2020 – 2021 graduands on Thursday 25th November at St John’s Co-Cathedral. In total 899 students have graduated in courses ranging from MQF level 5 till MQF level 7.
Present for the mass were graduands from MCAST’s six institutes, the President of the Board of Governors Professor Ian Refalo, Principal and CEO Professor Joachim James Calleja, Deputy Principals, the Registrar and Directors.
The graduation mass was celebrated by Archbishop Charles Jude Scicluna and members of the MCAST Chaplaincy Team.
In his homily, Archbishop Charles Jude Scicluna said: “Today, after all your efforts, you can celebrate together with your friends and family. As you now continue your studies or start your career, my advice is for you always to love yourselves, others and your country.” He also encouraged students to continue growing in their skills and knowledge to serve others professionally, aspiring to bring positive change in this world.
The President of the Board of Governors, Professor Ian Refalo, said: “ This is an occasion of joy for graduands and our institution. Above all, I urge you to approach life with humility and a thirst for knowledge to keep learning through life.”
MCAST graduation ceremonies will be held at MCAST from 29th November to 9th December.