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Title: Tertiary education in Gozo [Editorial]
Authors: Cauchi, Maurice N.
Keywords: Editorials
Education, Higher -- Malta -- Gozo
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: University of Malta. Gozo Campus
Citation: Cauchi, M. N. (2017). Tertiary education in Gozo [Editorial]. Gozo Observer, 35, 2.
Abstract: It was a red-letter day for Gozo when for the first time a new University campus was opened in Xewkija, promising new courses, combined with easy access and obviating the need for time-wasting travel and unnecessary expenses for students undertaking courses in Msida. This campus was set up in 1992, largely through the vision of the late Prof. Fr Peter Serracino Inglott, the continuing interest in the project of the then first Minister for Gozo, Mr Anton Tabone, and the energetic work of the first director, Prof. Lino Briguglio. It was inaugurated by the then Prime Minister in May 1996: ‘with the aim of assisting in the logistical aspects of degree and diploma courses which are from time to time offered in Gozo by the University of Malta’, to offer short term courses and caters ‘for the needs of Gozitan students following courses in Malta and in Gozo.’ It currently offers part-time courses at undergraduate level, part-time post graduate courses and some short courses.
Appears in Collections:The Gozo Observer - Issue 35, Winter 2017
The Gozo Observer - Issue 35, Winter 2017

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