We are proud to partner with some of the leading entities.
These partnerships allow us to provide the young people the best practices, ensuring they receive the highest quality service and support. Our partners are committed to staying at the forefront of their fields, and we are honored to work with them.
Spazju Kreattiv, Malta's National Centre for Creativity is committed to supporting the contemporary creative scene inn all of its forms. Its philosophy is to take in, reflect and support the country's traditional and historical heritage and culture, and to provide local and international artists with a platform to do so.
The Malta School of Art seeks to provide high quality education based on new methodology and research, providing a challenging setting for students to learn and discover their full potential. It also aims to offer a diversified curriculum for learners to prepare and guide them for higher education and professionalism in the visual arts.
Kunsill Nazzjonali Żgħażagħ (KNŻ) is the national representative body for all Maltese youths of ages between 13 and 35. The National Youth Council of Malta strives to be a proactive primary source of information, idea-generation and innovation both in Malta and Gozo. The interventions are shaped by the triangle of governance of the youth field, namely: youth research, youth policy and youth work.
The Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology is the country’s leading vocational education and training institution. Six Institutes in Malta and the Gozo Campus, MCAST offers over 190 full-time courses and over 300 part-time vocational courses ranging from certificates to Doctoral level (MQF Level 1 to Level 8).
The Institute of Tourism Studies (ITS), is Malta's leading Tourism and Hospitality educational institution. ITS offers a broad selection of study programmes taught by experienced and dedicated lecturers. The campus provides multiple specialised labs and kitchens to ensure that students receive the essential theoretical and practical education.
The Directorate for Research, Lifelong Learning and Employability, as part of the Department for Curriculum, Lifelong Learning and Employability within the Ministry for Education and Employment, is led by a vision that learning should be a lifelong journey for everyone. Individuals and communities need to acquire skills that are relevant to their lives, their needs and their work.
Relationships are Forever Foundation aims to help children, couples and families build strong relationships through education, assistance and group activities aimed at helping couples, whether married or unmarried, to develop life and communication skills with the objective of nurturing stable and long lasting relationships.