List of Announcements
|ANN02/2022||24th August 2022||Non-Operational Providers|
Announcement about Non-Operational Providers , published on 24th August 2022 by MFHEA.
We would like to inform you that, as from 1st October 2022, those Institutions which have not been in operation for six months (i.e. from March-October 2022), or more, will have their licenses restricted as per regulation 13 of S.L. 607.03.
Such Institutions will be notified via postal communication and must subsequently follow the stipulations of their restriction as detailed therein.
The restriction of license will in each instance be determined on a case by case basis, and activity from the date of obtaining the license onwards will also be considered. Requests for proof of activity pursuant to the licence will be requested from the MFHEA at any point and of any licensed provider.
|ANN01/2022||5th January 2022 (Updated on 10th January 2022)||MFHEA Advisory Committee Election 2022|
Announcement about the MFHEA Advisory Committee Election 2022 , published on 5th January 2022 by MFHEA. (*Added on 10th January 2022.)
MFHEA Advisory Committee Election 2022
The Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA) would like to inform licensed providers that the MFHEA will be sending a link (via email) which will give each provider access to vote for the two members who will represent the Further and Higher Institutions. If you do not receive this link by Thursday (close of business), kindly contact Dr Dennis Zammit on firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Eligible voters should use the key received on the day of the election (10th January 2022) which they will receive by email. In case of a tie, elected representatives will share the term amongst them.
Results of election held on 10th January 2022 for Consultative Committee
Bonnici Charlo: 26 votes (21.3%)
Cappitta Antonello: 14 votes (11.5%)
Haslam Chris : 8 votes (6.6%)
Micallef Robert: 9 votes (7.4%)
Monseigneur Antvin : 8 votes (6.6%)
Parnis Morgan : 10 votes (8.2%)
Spiteri Axiaq Ilaria : 23 votes (18.9%)
Theuma Charles : 16 votes (13.1%)
Vella Rago Manuel : 8 votes (6.6%)
Bonnici Charlo and Spiteri Axiaq Ilaria were elected with 21.3% and 18.9% of the vote respectively.
The MFHEA would like to thank all candidates who participated and all those who voted.
|ANN08/2021||16th September 2021||The Metropolitan School of Business Management|
Announcement about the Metropolitan School of Business Management, published on 16th September 2021 by MFHEA
The Metropolitan School of Business Management (msbm.org.uk)
The Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA) would like to inform prospective students and the public in general that the Metropolitan School of Business Management (msbm.org.uk) is an institution that is not licensed by the Malta Further and Higher Education Authority.
|ANN07/2021||2nd August 2021||UCM Higher Education Institution Foundation|
Announcement about the UCM Higher Education Institution Foundation, published on 2nd August 2021 by MFHEA
UCM Higher Education Institution Foundation
The Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA) would like to inform the general public and anyone who has any interest, that the UCM Higher Education Institution Foundation – licence number 2015-011, (UCM), has been revoked and thus UCM shall not operate as a Higher Educational Institute under the Maltese licence. Any programmes accredited by MFHEA and awarded by UCM cannot continue to be offered by UCM or any other institutions.
|ANN06/2021||6th July 2021||International Institute by Malta|
Announcement about the International Institute by Malta, published on 6th July 2021 by MFHEA
International Institute by Malta
The MFHEA would like to inform prospective students and the public in general that the International Institute by Malta is not a licensed institution as requested by the laws of Malta.
|ANN05/2021||5th March 2021||Student Visa|
Announcement for Foreign Students applying for a Student Visa, published on 5th March 2021 by MFHEA
Please be informed that Maltese Missions/Consulates requires a proof of payment for the course you intend to follow in Malta. However be informed that this proof does not always require to be full payment. Below find the thresholds:
For courses of a value of up to €1,000, the receipt covering full payment shall be requested;
For courses of a value of more than €1,000 but less than €2,500, the receipt covering up to 75% of the course shall be requested;
For courses of a value that is equal to or higher than €2,500, the receipt covering up to 50% of the course shall be requested;
|ANN04/2021||15th February 2021||EDU|
Announcement on EDU courses published on 15th February 2021 by MFHEA
The MFHEA would like to inform any prospective and current students following courses with EDU that MFHEA only accredit academic programmes. This on its own does not mean that anyone following a course with EDU (even at Level 7) can practice the profession of a doctor/physician. This can only happen if the course is accepted by the relevant medical authorities (Medical Council in Malta or equivalent in other EU member States). It is EDU’s duty to seek such recognition.
Any indication or promise by EDU that its courses can lead students to practice the profession of a doctor/physician is not and cannot be endorsed by MFHEA since it is not the competent authority to do so.
|ANN03/2021||2nd February 2021||UCM|
Announcement on UCM published on 2nd February 2021 by MFHEA
The Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA) would like to inform that UCM are not licenced to offer any programme entitled ‘Doctor in Dentistry’. The programme is entitled Bachelor degree in Dental Science. This is a programme accredited at Level 6 of the Malta Qualification Framework and not at Level 7.
The MFHEA would also like to clarify that such programme of study does not lead its holders to practice the profession of Dental Surgeon in Malta or the EU or else benefit from automatic recognition. Prospective students should always check with the relevant medical authority responsible for the issue of Dental surgeons warrants to confirm which academic qualifications are accepted.
|ANN02/2021||2nd February 2021||Triagon|
Announcement on Triagon published on 2nd February 2021 by MFHEA
The MFHEA would like to inform that the programme of study Doctor of Business Administration is only accredited as a full time course for the duration of 36 months. It is important to note that this programme cannot be followed on a part time basis.
The programme of study Master of Science in Leadership and Strategic Management is accredited only as a full time course for the duration of 12 months.
|ANN01/2021||2nd February 2021||Pro Deo University|
Announcement on Pro Deo University published on 2nd February 2021 by MFHEA
Pro Deo University
The MFHEA would like to clarify that the institution marketed as Pro Deo University (http://www.pdmu.eu/) is not licensed to act as a University, or a Higher Education Institution by the Malta Further Higher Education Authority. It is neither licensed and accredited to offer any programmes of study in Malta by the MFHEA.