The Institute of Engineering and Transport within the Malta College for Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) is launching a design competition for primary school children in Years 4, 5 and 6.
To participate: Design the colour scheme for the body and wings of a Piper Seneca aeroplane. See below the picture of this plane.
Recently, the Department of Applied Sciences at MCAST held an online webinar highlighting career choices and courses available within the fields of Science and Technology. Click on the link below to access the online video recording of the session, which includes practical presentations about the different career paths available through MCAST courses:
Online Video – Department of Applied Sciences
The Malta College for Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) has launched a series of online information sessions that will allow prospective students and their families to learn more about the College and the courses it offers. These information sessions starting in June will help students understand entry requirements, application process and course-specific information. More than 10 sessions are scheduled throughout June covering information about the courses offered at MCAST’s six institutes. Participants can access the live sessions by clicking on the links available on the MCAST website.
During these sessions, attendees can meet staff members and submit questions in real-time through a group chat. MCAST Principal and CEO Prof Joachim James Calleja said, “We know that students are making important decisions at this time. Through these online information talks, we can meet students informally and pass on practical information about entry requirements, courses and career paths.” The MCAST career guidance service is being offered by phone on 23787135/6 or by contacting career advisers by email on email@example.com
Prospectus 2020-2021 listing 191 courses starting in October 2020
Information on how to join the live information sessions