MCAST ICT Foundation College student Nuwck Camilleri designed and developed a content managed website for the Malta Cuba Society.
The Malta Cuba Society is a non-profit organisation, encouraging friendship, cultural exchanges and solidarity between the Maltese and Cuban peoples and their governments. The organisation was set up in 1982, through the years it has carried out various activities locally of a cultural, social and political nature. The society intermediates on behalf of Maltese business people in their commercial activities with Cuban organisations.
The website which is now live can be accessed from: http://maltacuba.com/
As part of the Computer Graphics unit studies at level 3 Diploma in ICT all students created a poster using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator to promote events for the Malta Cuba Society. Two students Svetoslav Kasabov and Jacob Martin Dalli came first and second respectively.
All students were presented with a certificate of appreciation and a €5 voucher gently sponsored from PC Zone.
MCAST Part-Time Courses Prospectus March 2018 is out! You can now view the digital version on : http://online.anyflip.com/kfdv/ofxz/mobile/index.html#p=1
Applications will open on the 26th February 2018. Visit our website: https://shortcourses.mcast.edu.mt/ for more information about the new range of part-time courses. Select a course or more from our wide range of part-time courses. View the back page of the prospectus for more information about the MCASTeens Discovery 2018 programme.
Esplora will be hosting a dissemination event of the Melissa Medi Project funded by the R&I FUSION programme through the Malta Council for Science and Technology (MCST). This project has successfully fulfilled its intended scope of developing and implementing a quality and production management system for a honey based gel for skin care products. The partners, Melissa Medi Limited and the University of Malta, together with the help of Esplora, shall be presenting the concept together with research on the therapeutic effects of honey in the form of an educational session for MCAST Agriculture students as well as University, Sixth Form and Secondary school students studying Biology. A speech by Ministers will also be held during the event.