Next week, the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) will be receiving applications from new students for its 161 full-time courses beginning in October.
The College’s 10 institutes and the Gozo Centre will be receiving applications between 08:30hrs and 12:30hrs on the following dates: Monday 23 July for applicants whose surname starts with the letters A and B, Tuesday 24 July for applicants whose surname starts with the letters C to F, Wednesday 25 July for applicants whose surname starts with the letters G to P, and Thursday 26 July for applicants whose surname starts with the letters Q to Z. Applicants who cannot submit their application on these dates may submit their application on Friday 27 July, between 08:30hrs and 12:30hrs.
Prospective students are to submit their application at the respective Institute whose courses they are applying for. MCAST’s Institute of Applied Science, Institute of Business and Commerce, Institute of Community Services, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Institute of Information and Communication Technology and the Institute of Mechanical Engineering are located at MCAST’s Main Campus in Paola. The Agribusiness Institute is located in Qormi, the Institute of Art and Design is located in Targa Gap, Mosta, the Institute of Building and Construction Engineering is in Naxxar, while the Maritime Institute is in Kalkara. Students applying for the Pathway to Independent Living Programme are to present their application at the Student House, MCAST Main Campus, in Paola. Gozo Centre applications will be received at the College’s Centre in Xagħra. Applicants who reside in Gozo and wish to apply for a course in one of Malta’s institutes can present their application at the Xagħra Centre as well.
MCAST’s career advisors at the MCAST Main Campus, in Paola, will be available to assist prospective applicants without the need of an appointment during the application dates, between 08:30 hrs and 16:00hrs. The College’s Inclusive Education Unit is meeting prospective students with disabilities or learning difficulties to discuss their requirements as well.
More information about MCAST’s courses and about the application process is available on www.mcast.edu.mt, and in the Prospectus, which can be obtained from any local council or from the MCAST Main Campus, in Paola. For further queries, contact the College on firstname.lastname@example.org or 2398 7100.