MCAST opens online applications for prospective students

Last Updated on Friday, 14 July, 2023 at 12:53 pm by Andre Camilleri

From 17 July, The Malta College of Arts, Science, and Technology (MCAST) is receiving online applications for prospective students willing to join and follow full-time courses at the College during the 2023/24 student intake.

Prospective students are encouraged to fill out and submit their applications online through the MCAST website. This year MCAST is offering over 200 courses ranging from introductory level to degree and Master courses, ensuring that all students can continue their educational journey at a tertiary-level institution.

The vocational qualifications offered by the College include a strong element of work-based learning for students to enjoy practical, hands-on learning in various subjects, including applied science, engineering, creative arts, community services, information, business, finance, and communication technology. The course selection includes courses leading to careers in various key economic sectors, including digital and green jobs, aviation, and maritime.

A number of new courses have been launched including, Diploma in Early Years, a Higher Diploma in Transportation and Logistics Management, a Bachelor in Conservation (Honours), a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Digital Games Development, a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Cyber Security, Master of Science in Applied Environmental Science (General), Master of Science in Environmental and Water Resource Management, Master of Science in Environmental Resource Management, Master of Science in Urban Environmental Science Management, and Master in Conservation.

MCAST strives to ensure that all students achieve their career goals while offering a supportive learning environment. The College offers a variety of options so that students can start at various levels depending on their qualifications and experience.

For more information, about different courses and career pathways, prospective students can download the online prospectus from the MCAST website and contact the College’s career guidance advisors to set in-person appointments via this email address:

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