Two storeys in the Ġan Franġisk Abela College were renovated and improved and will now be completely dedicated to students who go beyond from the curriculum of the college.
The two storeys bring together services for guidance, administrative services, health and safety offices, international offices, a Chaplin’s office, small group education spaces as well as spaces for activities and meetings.
Minister for Education, Sport, Youth, Research and Innovation Clifton Grima said that this is not just a complete innovation for the buildings but a direct investment into students.
The Minister explained how the college is an educational institution which is offering the best quality education.
It is also however offering ancillary services which ‘are so important for students to help them in their educational life on campus and to offer them help whenever they need.’
All of the services on offer are given by professionals and educators who boast great experience in their respective fields.
The college’s principal, Paul Xuereb, explained that it is important that a modern and more efficient take should be given to these services. ‘This is only a massive step because all of these services will be given in a more adequate environment which respects the needs of today.’
The inauguration was done on the eve of the College’s Open Day, during which the prospective students are invited to attend to gather information about their post-secondary place of education.