What’s the solution for Maltese Youth
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is the global money laundering and terrorist financing watchdog, that is backed by more than 200 countries and jurisdictions committed to implement national legislative and regulatory reforms to combat the legitimising of assets generated through global criminal activity. The FATF seeks global homogeneity in the fight against financial crime dealing in illegal drugs, human trafficking and funding for weapons of mass destruction.
Malta was found non-compliant, ending in the grey list of this global organisation! The tainted reputation will dog the Maltese not just in the financial services…
Who doesn’t have them?
Everyone … yes, everyone struggles to learn new concepts and skills, whilst a minority do have mental impediments that will block the understanding of particular concepts that bar an individual from ever achieving the competence in a particular small area of knowledge.
Dyslexia is a common learning difficulty that can cause problems with reading, writing and spelling. It’s a specific learning difficulty, which means it causes problems with certain abilities used for learning, such as reading and writing. Unlike a learning disability, intelligence isn’t affected. [Read More]
Fighting cybercrime is humanity’s biggest challenge in 2021 & beyond
The news portals are full of brazen cybercrime acts. Malta is currently experiencing a wave of parcel delivery scams, costing individuals a couple of hundred Euro when they fall into the trap of thinking the post is legit. The Nationalist Party had one of its servers hacked and a ransom was demanded. A company saw a hard earned €90,000 to a swindle with the owners left speechless! …
This year, Saint Martin’s Institute of Higher Education, is offering a portfolio of online courses that cover the current #1 computer language, Python, in the knowledge that this language is not readily available in Maltese Schools and colleges, as well as in the workplace. The Institute is also offering a number of short courses that deal with the creative computing industry. These courses are going to be held throughout the months of July & September 2021.
Each is a standalone course.
Recruiting new talent for academic year 2021
Saint Martin’s Institute of Higher Education, a Recognised Teaching Centre for the University of London and licensed by the Malta Further & Higher Education Authority (license 196) is extending its portfolio of degrees and is hiring academic staff on full-time or part-time basis to teach various advanced subject areas and join faculty in the Business Entrepreneurship & Finance Department.
Licensed by MFHEA in 2012 as an Awarding Body with license #196
Saint Martin’s Institute of Higher Education is an awarding body under the new legislation, and is able to award qualifications at Malta Qualification Framework (MQF) level 5 (Awards, Certificate & Diploma), level 6 (Bachelors of Science and Bachelor of Arts undergraduate degrees with honours & Foundation Degree), level 7 (postgraduate certificate, diploma and Master) and level 8 (Doctorate). The Institute is a specialised University in Commerce and Computing fields.
you can study for a University of London degree under the academic direction of the LSE in Malta?
QS World University Rankings for Social Sciences and Management has ranked the London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE) at the very top in Europe, and ranking second worldwide.
The Hal Saflieni Hypogeum is not completely off limits to visitors. But the site is so delicate, so unique, its subterranean environment so critical for the conservation of the red ochre murals that visitors are limited to a very small section of the 5,000 year old complex, constrained by a gangway to keep feet off the ground. The hypogeum is in perpetual semi-darkness, except for a choreographed spot lighting of areas based upon the guide’s explanation.
The brief for this research project was to bring the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum back to life for all those who have cultural heritage at…
Benjamin Franklin, (1706–1790) found fame as a statesman, author, publisher, scientist, inventor and diplomat. He is probably remembered most through his quote, ‘there are only two things certain in life: death and taxes’. This statement reverberates throughout society with differing ideologies determine whether a Country is a Super State with collection of high rates of taxation offering extensive services to the population free of charge, or a Minimalist State with Government taxing at the very barest minimum, leaving it up to individuals to fend for themselves.
One of the biggest expenditures of the Maltese Government’s annual budgets is for the…
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