Andrea Camilleri won the competition to design Malta’s logo for its bid for a seat on the United Nations Security Council.
The Malta College for Arts, Science and Technology has strongly objected to a judicial protest filed by the Chamber of Engineers concerning a number of courses related to the engineering profession, insisting that everything was in order.
The Chamber of Engineers said that these courses were being advertised as part-time courses and at the moment, MCAST graduates who have already graduated with the above degrees are not being considered by the Engineering Profession Board as being eligible for the warrant to practice the profession of Engineer.
Restoration works are currently being carried out by the Malta College for Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) students following courses in masonry heritage skills.
Minister for Education Owen Bonnici visited MCAST where he was able to experience lectures being done remotely from the teacher’s and students’ own homes following the decision to temporarily close all schools due to COVID-19.
Online learning activity at MCAST is on the increase with lecturing staff engaged on a regular basis with students. Since the temporary closure of all educational institutions announced on 12 March, MCAST staff have embarked on several efforts to ensure the least disruption possible to learning provision.
A group of five MCAST students are appealing for donations in aim of representing Malta in an IT and robotics competition taking place in Dubai....