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Malta’s National Strategic Action Plan for Further and Higher Education 2022 - 2030


From: Ministry for Education, Sport, Youth, Research and Innovation 
(Malta Further and Higher Education Authority)​
​Published: ​9 December 2022
Running till: ​9 January 2023
​Last Updated: ​10 January 2023
1.        Background

The review of Malta’s performance to date in the education policy domain indicates that significant progress has been made in addressing EU and national targets. However, these efforts need to be sustained and remaining gaps to be addressed, for example by building a culture for quality and transparency, empowering stakeholders, as well as widening participation and reducing the number of early dropouts.

This Strategic Plan identifies key trends and drivers up to 2030 and their relevance to further and higher education, with a view to mapping and tackling emerging opportunities and threats. The policy implications and recommended actions highlight the need for closer policy synergies with other Ministries, in particular between education, research and innovation, and enterprise.

2.        Documents

3.        Submission of input

Submissions were sent in through one of the following channels:
By email:
By post:      Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA)
                  Triq J Abela Scolaro,
                  Hamrun  HMR 1304

Submissions were received by 9 January 2023.
We thank you for your input.
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·         Disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act (Chapter 496)
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