4 March 2011

Our Students at the Learning Expo 2011

Hon Ms Dolores Cristina, Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport talking to our students at the Learning Expo 2011

The Learning Expo 2011, organised by the Ministry of Education, Employment and the Family, provides all those wishing to pursue their education - from Fifth Form students to graduates to those considering a return to studying - with a wealth of information on learning opportunities in Malta.

Visitors can discover available programmes in fields such as tourism, health, the Arts, culture, community services, aviation, IT, finance and management on interactive stands from about 20 exhibitors both from public and private education providers. Guidance counsellors will also be on site prepared to answer questions and point those seeking advice in the right direction.
Entrance to the Learning Expo 2011 is free of charge.

Participating institutions:
BPP Professional Education
Diamond Flight Training
Employment and Training Corporation
European Pilot Academy
Future Focus
Heritage Malta
Giovanni Curmi Higher Secondary School
Institute of Tourism Studies
Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology
Malta Qualifications Council
Malta School of Flying
Malta Financial Services Authority
Sir Mikelang Refalo Centre for Further Studies, Gozo
Ministry of Education, Employment and the Family – Directorate for Lifelong Learning
National Commission For Higher Education
The Richard Clarke Academy
St Martin’s Institute
STC Training
University of Malta G.F. Abela Junior College
University of Malta – Institute of Health Car

The information provided was taken from the Learning Expo website: 


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