Category: MCAST_NEWS

February 26, 2021 Martina Anne Attard

Ministers Ian Borg and Justyne Caruana visited the MaritimeMT training center where an agreement was signed between MCAST and MaritimeMT focusing on possible ways of cooperation and collaboration between the two main institutes. This agreement will serve so that both MCAST and MaritimeMT work together in an honest way and offer the best experience and…

February 23, 2021 Martina Anne Attard

    In the beginning of the year, the International Office at MCAST, started working on the INTERVET Western Balkans project, which is funded by the European Union. The aims of the project are to create opportunities for learning mobilities in the training centers of Western Balkan countries that are not yet members of the…

February 9, 2021 Daniela Blagojevic

  Applications for the Pre-Warrant Qualification course are now open to MCAST graduates who completed the Bachelor of Engineering course. This was announced during a joint visit to the College’s Institute of Engineering and Transport by the Minister for Education Justyne Caruana and the Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects Ian Borg. Earlier this…

February 7, 2021 Daniela Blagojevic

On behalf of the Board of Governors, the Principal and MCAST staff and students, we extend our heartfelt condolences to the Minister of Education Justyne Caruana on the sad loss of her father. Minister Caruana and her family are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.

February 5, 2021 Martina Anne Attard

A tracer study conducted by the Malta College for Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST), revealed that the highest percentage of graduates in full-time employment are from engineering and transport, ICT and business and management. The researchers interviewed over 550 alumni out of 894 students who graduated in 2019. The research shows that 91% of ICT…

January 29, 2021 Martina Anne Attard

      The Institute of Engineering and Transport (IET) welcomed a Libyan delegation earlier today. The visit is part of a cooperation agreement within the education sector between Malta and Libya. Principal and CEO Professor Joachim James Calleja said that the College is committed to seeing this cooperation with Libya moving towards implementation. Deputy…

January 26, 2021 Martina Anne Attard

MCAST engineering graduates will be eligible to apply for a warrant once they have completed the Pre-Warrant Qualification Course (PWQC). Yesterday evening the engineering board approved the College’s pre-warrant qualification course and around 200 MCAST graduates can now apply for a warrant following successful completion of the course. The German agency ASIIN, known in the…

January 19, 2021 Martina Anne Attard

    The newly-built MCAST Resource Centre will open its doors to staff and students by the new academic year in October. This was announced during a site visit by Minister for Education Justyne Caruana and Minister for Research, Innovation and the Coordination of Post Covid-19 Strategy Owen Bonnici. The Resource Centre is part of…

January 11, 2021 Martina Anne Attard

On Monday 11 January, MCAST lectures will resume on-campus. All other online lectures will continue as provided before the Christmas break. The College will use the same procedures followed throughout the first term to ensure full entitlement to students’ right to learning. Since the start of the pandemic, our approach has been based on clear…

January 7, 2021 Martina Anne Attard

MCAST is closely monitoring the developing situation, and the health of our staff and students remains a priority. Following consultation with the Malta Union of Teachers, on Thursday 7 January and Friday 8 January, all MCAST lectures will be held online. Please check your email for updates from your institutes. We appreciate that the on-going…