Prime Minister Joseph Muscat inaugurated the Maltese campus of the London School of Commerce describing as “excellent” the results gained during talks with the LSC during the past year.
Dr Muscat said that Malta is becoming “a buzzing centre of academic excellence and an educational hub”. He added that this new partnership will attract new talent from across the globe and will also enhance the attractiveness of Malta and the cross-fertilisation of ideas.
The Prime Minister praised the endeavours of the London School of Commerce which not only understands that educational institutions are not lone fortresses but also believes in the benefits of synergy. Dr Muscat added that he hopes that other educational institutions in Malta are inspired by this and recognize that they have a fundamental role in a bigger vision.
Dr Muscat said he is convinced that Malta will be the hub of bigger things to come in this part of the world changing the country into a regional Singapore or Dubai.
The Minister for Education and Employment, Evarist Bartolo also attended the inauguration of the Maltese campus of the London School of Commerce.
The London School of Commerce is an associate college of Cardiff Metropolitan University. It offers a portfolio of graduate and postgraduate courses in Business, Management, and Information Technology leading to internationally recognised qualifications.