Applications are accepted from 02.01.2024 till 16.02.2024 – Courses will commence in March
You will be contacted by our department for the needed deposit.
Local |EU | EEA – 50%, 30% & 20% – Non-EU & Non-EEA – Full payment upfront
Application link: https://mcast.classter.com/actions/registration
Video assistance for Classter Registration: https://www.mcast.edu.mt/resources/
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This program is intended for those who wish to read for a first-degree in Business Management on a part-time evening basis. The course provides students with an opportunity to explore the various elements that practicing business managers encounter within their everyday routine. Participants will therefore be prepared to effectively deal with typical business issues at their place of work. The program is divided into three levels culminating in an end-of-program Dissertation in a business area of the student’s choice. Units are assessed via an assortment of assessment methods such as Take-Home Assignments, Time Constrained Assignments, Individual and Group Presentations etc. MCAST’s Lecturers on this program bring with them and provide students a valuable mix of first-hand direct industry experience as well as highly relevant technical knowledge and qualifications. Lectures are normally class based although online tuition is not excluded in view of Covid-19 reality. Upon graduation, students will be better placed for taking up senior management positions and may also opt to further their business studies at Masters’ level. Course duration is dependent upon frequency of lectures but is typically a minimum of four years.
MCAST Advanced Diploma in Marketing
or MCAST Advanced Diploma in Administrative and Secretarial Studies
or MCAST Advanced Diploma in Aviation Operations
or MCAST Advanced Diploma in Financial Services
or MCAST Advanced Diploma in Insurance
or MCAST Advanced Diploma in Business Administration
or MCAST Advanced Diploma in Transportation and Logistics Management
or 2 A-Level passes and 2 I-Level passes Compulsory A-Level: Accounts or Marketing or Economics
Be in possession of a School Leaving Certificate.
Have, by the end of the same calendar year attained the age of 23 years.
Demonstrate that they stand to benefit and show that they can follow the programme through an interview held for the purpose and any other possible actions that gauge the applicant’s standing and sound preparation or the chosen programme of studies. An updated Curriculum Vitae and a Motivation Letter should accompany each application.
Shortlisted applicants will be called for an interview to assess their suitability for the selected programme.
The Maturity Clause Selection Board may require candidates to undertake additional studies as part of their acceptance. The Board may recommend an alternative programme, where it considers appropriate.
The Board reserves the right to evaluate the applicant’s competences through an assessment.