Education and Training Division Mission Statement:  "To provide high quality training and related activities aimed at enhancing Malta's human resources".

The 2003 - 2004 Training Programme catered for a wide range of courses with the introduction of several "new" products.  Some of the traditional programmes seemed to lose their attraction, while the innovative ones attracted good response and interest.

Satisfactory results continued to be registered with "in-house" courses.  MUS was entrusted in designing and delivering specialised training programmes at MITTS,  Methode Electronics, Lufthansa Technik, ETC, Baxter Ltd, Amatech Ltd, besides collaborating with  Malta Tourism Authority and the International Institute of Baroque Studies in launching new programmes.

This year MUS successfully launched Tourist Guide Training Programme, Japanese Introductory Course and a Certificate Course in Working with Children and Families, Social Work Supervision & Field Work Teaching.

Our objective for the coming year is focused on:

(a) upgrading established courses for the local market
(b) the introduction of CPD programmes for professionals,
(c) tapping foreign markets,
(d) introducing self-development programmes for both academic and non-academic members of our University.

If you are interested in contributing to the above ideals by putting forward ideas for new courses, seminars or any other Educational Training please contact the undersigned before end of August on Tel: 21 343572  Fax: 21 340979 or email:

C. J. Falzon
MUS Short Courses Manager
06 August 2004