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Title: From potential graduates to graduates with potential : dramatic changes at the University of Malta and reactions from graduates and their employers
Authors: Baldacchino, Godfrey
Keywords: University of Malta
Universities and colleges -- Malta -- Evaluation
Universities and colleges -- Economic aspects -- Malta
Graduate students -- Malta
Professional employees -- Employment -- Malta
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: Baldacchino, G. (2001). From potential graduates to graduates with potential: dramatic changes at the University of Malta and reactions from graduates and their employers. University of Malta: annual report, 1999-2000. Malta: PEG Ltd..
Abstract: Professional competence, integrity and leadership: these are the three key qualities expected from graduates in contemporary society, as identified by the Hon. Or Edward Fenech Adami, Malta's Prime Minister, while addressing a seminar on Malta's Graduate Potential in April 2000. The onus for their inculcation falls heavily on the University of Malta, still enjoying a practical monopoly on tertiary education in this country. The Education Act of 1988 which re-established the University of Malta heralded a qualitative and quantitative change in the local tertiary education institution. Nothing short of the dramatic has taken place since. The statistics speak for themselves:
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