Promoting the Bologna Process in Malta 2014-2016

Being the entity responsible of the implementation of the Bologna Process, NCFHE has embarked on a project which will further address the persistently low higher education attainment when compared to the EU average while ensuring that graduate employability remains strong in Malta. The project also aims to exploit research on the social and economic conditions of student life in Malta and build the foundation for regular graduate surveys and research on skills supply and demand to assist students, career guidance professionals, higher education institutions, policy makers and employers in their work and decision-making.

The launch of this project took place in December 2014, during a conference highlighting findings from the national student surveys, linked to this project’s objectives and actions.

The project consists of a number of initiatives aimed at promoting the implementation of the Bologna Process in Malta and address the challenges highlighted above. These include: