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Title: The first EU funded UOM course in Gozo
Authors: Camilleri Rolls, Caroline
Keywords: Education, Higher -- Malta -- Gozo
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: University of Malta. Gozo Campus
Citation: Camilleri Rolls, C. (2010). The first EU funded UOM course in Gozo. Gozo Observer, 22, 33-34.
Abstract: The Ministry for Gozo in collaboration with the University of Malta – Gozo Campus has organized the first EU funded University course in Gozo. The course leading to a Diploma in Commerce is the result of the project entitled ‘Higher Education Courses to Address Skill Mismatches in Gozo,’ of Operational Programme II (ESF), Cohesion Policy 2007-2013, the main priority of which is to improve education and skills in Gozo. The diploma is aimed at improving skills in three key, high value-added sectors for Gozo, namely ICT, tourism and financial services. Mature students, who are employed in Gozo or are raising a family, cannot normally follow courses in Malta, even those offered on a part-time basis, so the University Gozo Campus offers the Gozitan Community a unique opportunity to follow University courses in Gozo. The DipCom and the B.Com courses funded by the EU go a step further in making them more attractive for Gozitan students as the student fees are waived.
Appears in Collections:The Gozo Observer - Issue 22, June 2010
The Gozo Observer - Issue 22, June 2010

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