Esplora Interactive Science Centre at Bighi is Malta’s latest visitor attraction which was officially opened on 26th October 2016. This project is a first of its kind in Malta has been led by The Malta Council for Science and Technology. Esplora has been partly funded by EU funds, seeking to cultivate a culture of scientific curiosity and imagination.
The Institute for Education promotes high quality education for educators and learners at all levels, and by collaborating with stakeholders, it fosters learning communities of the highest standard while instilling education with equity and social justice.
This website illustrates the Design of a Learning Outcomes Framework and the associated Learning and Assessment Programmes for Attainment Levels 5 to 10. It also includes VET subjects at MQF Level 1, Early years and Entry Level subjects
The Malta Review of Educational Research (MRER) is a fully refereed, international, electronic journal. The journal provides established and emerging scholars and practitioners with a space for critical and empirical analysis of issues in education. In broader terms, the journal sets out to contribute to educational theory as well as policy, leadership, curriculum development, support services and pedagogy.
The Malta Council for Science and Technology (MCST), acting for and on behalf of the Foundation for Science and Technology, is a public body established by the central government in 1988 with the mandate of advising government on science and technology policy.
We are a small independent school offering high quality education in small classes guaranteeing individual attention to each and every student. No matter which country our children come from they are always made to feel welcome. Most of our children join from age 5 and continue in our school until age 19 going through the early years classes into middle school and finally through senior school.
The objective of the Ministry for Education and Employment is to provide present and future generations with the necessary skills and talents for citizenship and employability, in the 21st century and beyond.
Lying at the cross-roads of the Mediterranean, UM has been, over its 400-year history, the hub for international academic exchange on the island. UM is the leading higher education institution in Malta and its structures are in line with the Bologna Process and the European Higher Education area.