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Education: One Nation One Education

Erasmus in Malta
Erasmus in Malta
Erasmus in Malta
Erasmus in Malta
Erasmus in Malta
Erasmus in Malta
Education - One Nation One Education
Erasmus in Malta
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Fees and Registration

This course is funded by ERASMUS+ Programme. The amount of funding depends on the rules of the Member State from where the applicant applies. The funding will cover course fees and training material.


Course Overview

This course is ideal for all those educators (primary & secondary teachers, university staff (academic & admin), adult educators, trainers & coaches) who want to understand the most important theories and approaches to intercultural communication and become familiar with a range of different intercultural competence models. The importance of fostering intercultural competence is highlighted in modern education theory and practice.


Course Structure

The seminar is spread over 7 days, from Sunday till Sunday. Every day would consist of a morning session and an afternoon session with one coffee break. The program will include also excursion and business visits. 


Programme Package Fees Includes

Course Fee Registration Fees Tuition/Training;  Mobility Pass Certificate End of Course Certificate.

Activity Programme

Day 1 - Arrival and welcoming·

Participants will be transferred from the airport to the accommodation in Malta.

Presentation of Lexema programs, main activities and staff.


Day 2 - Focus on: experience a training course

Visit and guided tour to the Aclass Academy. The school forms part of St. Catherine’s High School, Founded in 1909, St. Catherine’s High School is a Private Independent Educational Institution located in Pembroke, Malta.

Short intro about Moodle: The Learning Platform.


Day 3 - Value of diversity:

Visit and guided tour to Maria Regina College - Dun Manwel Attard Education Resource Centre caters for ninety-four (94) students having diverse special needs and multi-disabilities.


Day 4 - Do you speak English?:

Visit and guided tour to EC Language Centres Malta, language school with 21 schools around the world. With over 45,000 students from over 125 countries. EC Malta has been welcoming students since 1991.

The Malta Book Festival (Valletta), the most important book event in the Maltese calendar.


Day 5 - A story of hope·

Visit and guided tour to JRS (Jesuit Refugee Service Malta), School Outreach Programme.

The Jesuit Refugee Service in Malta seeks to accompany, serve and defend the rights of asylum seekers and forcibly displaced persons who arrive in Malta.


Day 6 - The power of creative thinking·

Visit and guided tour to Creolabs.

Creolabs provides consultancy, training and mentoring to Maltese, European and international private and public companies, enterprises and institutions wishing to develop their ideas, nurture them into becoming innovations and identify the sources of funding that can support them towards entering the market.


Day 7 – Departure day·

Final evaluations.

Delivery of the Certificates of Participation.

Departure of participants.

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