Author: Communications

March 2, 2022 Communications No comments exist

The world is once again witnessing a horrific war in Europe. Our thoughts are with the people of Ukraine. These are deeply troubling times, and we cannot remain silent in the face of aggression and assault on the core values of Europe and its peoples. It is a time when our community needs to come…

February 3, 2022 Communications No comments exist

On 3 February 2022, MCAST’s Department for Education & Training Programmes and Learning Support organised an meeting for Local Council  to promote the College’s community college for the third age programme within their communities while enhancing relations with stakeholders.              

January 21, 2022 Communications No comments exist

On 20 January 2022, the Institute of Engineering and Transport organised an event for students focusing on the woodwork and furniture industry. The Malta Chamber of Commerce representatives spoke to students about apprenticeship and career opportunities in the industry.  

December 31, 2021 Communications No comments exist

In consultation with the health authorities and stakeholders, the Ministry for Education has issued guidance for re-opening education institutions after the Christmas break. MCAST staff and students are to be guided as follows. All lectures scheduled from Monday 3 January to Friday 7 January will be held online. All online lessons will strictly follow the…

November 17, 2021 Communications

The Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) has launched its strategic direction for the next six years. In an event held on the 17th November 2021, Minister for Education Justyne Caruana presided over the launch of the MCAST Strategic Plan 2022-2027. This document, formulated in the overarching context of the College’s Strategic Blueprint…

October 22, 2021 Communications No comments exist

Archbishop Charles J Scicluna visited the MCAST campus in Paola on 22 October. The Archbishop was welcomed at the college by the President of the Board of Governors Professor Ian Refalo, Principal and CEO Professor Joachim James Calleja, and the chaplaincy team. During his welcome address Professor Calleja, said “the college’s key values of inclusion…

October 4, 2021 Communications No comments exist

As students return on campus for the new academic year 2021-2022, Principal and CEO Professor Joachim James Calleja sent a welcome message to the College community thanking all for choosing MCAST as their place to work and learn. In his message to students, he said, “Our priority is to ensure that you have a successful…

September 13, 2021 Communications

Today 13 September, the third and fourth Graduation Ceremonies took place at MCAST. These graduations were postponed in 2020 in view of COVID-19 restrictions on social gatherings. MCAST is now celebrating student success in 12 individual sessions in line with the current regulations for organised events. The graduations today celebrated the success of graduates in…

September 9, 2021 Communications

The MCAST community is excited to finally celebrate the MCAST 2020 graduands from tomorrow 10 September. The first ceremony will take place tomorrow 10 September at 4.00 pm followed by a second ceremony at 6.30 pm. In all there we 12 sessions, 11 ceremonies will be held in Malta and 1 ceremony be held at…

September 8, 2021 Communications

The Malta College for Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) celebrated the graduation mass for 2020 graduands on Tuesday 7 September at St John’s Co-Cathedral. 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…