Our seminar at ICEF Berlin 2017
The European College of Malta presented an interactive seminar at ICEF Berlin titled Can Malta Offer a Guaranteed Pathway to Highly Ranked Universities?
Speakers discussed the key advantages and opportunities students have by studying the NCUK International Foundation Year in Malta before starting their degree at a choice of leading universities around the world.
Malta is considered to be a quality destination for students to learn and improve their English. During the presentation we provided a detailed overview, both about Malta as a quality and affordable destination and about NCUK’s International Foundation Year programme which guarantees progression to leading universities. Detailed information is available at this link.
Our speakers talked agents through how the NCUK IFY will prepare students in the best way for study and life outlining the breadth of options including scholarships. Studying in Malta ensures any student will experience the very best of the country’s warm and friendly environment during their 9 month stay on NCUK’s International Foundation Year Programme.
All visitors to the seminar were in with a chance to win one of the following:
• 2 x International Foundation Year course scholarships, worth € 5,000 each
• 2 x € 100 vouchers from amazon.com
The Prize draw was a big success and we are pleased to announce the winners!
1. Magistr-Tour – Olga V. Datsenko
2. Smart Travel – Kamilya Yakhina
3. Eurovector – Iana Balashova
4. SEC Malaysia – Weaam Sinjab
Write to email@example.com to claim your prize
Erasmus+ workshop for Clubclass and European College of Malta Students
Students at Clubclass Malta and the European College of Malta recently attended an interactive workshop delivered as part of the Erasmus + “Youth Enterprise Through Arts project: Celebrating Results and What’s Next”, entitled “Critical Thinking – a 21st Century Skill”.
Students analyzed a video about China’s futuristic Transit Elevated Buses (available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7ZpF4IUOF8)
The students were then split up into groups and asked to come up with a proposal to present this new concept of a city bus that could carry more than a thousand passengers from one point to another without taking up any space on the road to an imaginary Chinese government. Students brainstormed the advantages of such a concept and then presented their ideas.
At the end of the workshop all students were presented with a certificate of attendance. Students thoroughly enjoyed it and are looking forward to the next workshop.