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Institute for Education cannot offer Masters level course in Maltese as no qualified person was found

The Institute for Education, which trains persons for teachers, is facing difficulty to offer Maltese language course for those who wish to learn the subject. The Institute’s head Joanne Grima said that the institute has not yet found a qualified person in Maltese to offer this course in Masters level at the Institute, together with the various other subjects taught for educators at the institute.

The Pembroke based Institute for Education started offering part-time Bachelors and Masters degree courses in various subjects two years ago.

Interviewed on TVAM, the Institute chief executive Joanne Grima expressed her disappointment that the institute cannot offer a Masters level course in Maltese as a qualified person on the subject was not found.

She appealed to persons who have a PhD in Maltese or a Masters and 10 years experience in the subject to come forward in order to write the last two modules in level 7 so that the course in Maltese is closed and can be offered.

Other new courses in Bachelors, Masters, Post Graduate Certificate and Diploma will be held next October. Applications for these courses have opened.

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