You are invited to enjoy a complementary professional ballet performance by America’s Premier Christian Ballet Company – The Prodigal Son on 17 May 2018 at 12.15 MCAST Theatre Campus Paola.
Students attending the performance will be excused for the 5th lesson.
This morning MCAST organized a series of activities to celebrate Diversity Day and Europe Day. The events were held at the MCAST Piazatta, MCAST Main Campus, Paola.
There are presently over 60 different nationalities represented at MCAST and most participated in the activities organised to promote and celebrate this diversity. Events included music and dance, cultural presentations as well as various sports activities including a football tournament, Judo Self-Defence Practi…ce, Ninja Demonstration and a Tug-of-War. The Malta Fire Brigade, the Armed Forces of Malta were also present and held demonstrations. Students hailing from the Electronics Engineering programmes of study displayed electronic engineering projects.
Several stalls were also set up in the MCAST Students’ House whereby students presented different crafts and traditional exhibitions from around the world. Visitors had the opportunity to taste traditional food from different countries as well as view students in traditional costumes.
H.E. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, The President of Malta visited the event and met up with different nationality MCAST students.
As we approach the end of this academic year, MCAST IICT Foundation College students attended a progression talk held on Tuesday 8th May at 10:30am in the Institute of Applied Science Auditorium. The aim of the talk is to provide students a smooth transition between the level 3 and level 4. Apart from that it gives an insight on the different streams held at level 4.
We would like to congratulate our three hard working students Clive Tonna, Brandon Magro & Andrea Abela for participating in the ECER 2018 Open Robotics Tournament. They had to build and program an autonomous robot and compete against other European teams. They’ve also made a comparative study to analyse the differences between Colour Sensors against OpenCV running on a Raspberry Pi. These findings were evaluated and presented in front of approximately 100 foreign students.