Other services

Other services

The Chaplaincy at Junior College embraces the charisma of enabling all those who come in contact with it to reflect on their uniqueness and how God’s presence in their life makes them more wholesome.

The Chaplaincy offers daily Mass at the College chapel at 07:30 and at 12:15 respectively, daily adoration between 12:30 and 13:30, pastoral counselling and spiritual direction.

The Chaplain’s office may be found next to the foyer, while the chapel is close to the Pjazza, with an adjoining socialising area, both of which are open during College hours. 

We're located in Room C016.

Contact person: Rev. Anton D'Amato

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This office is responsible for the coordination and organisation of activities with a European or international dimension. Its objective is that of promoting student participation in non-formal intercultural education through international projects such as the Erasmus+ programme, EUROSCOLA and youth exchanges.

The Euro-Centre takes up projects that are of great educational value, aimed at contributing towards the students’ holistic development. Such participation provides enriching experiences that significantly widen students’ horizons through exposure to different languages and cultures and interaction with foreign students. Participation of students from different study areas or specific interests is encouraged. The Euro-Centre provides support to students and staff throughout a project’s cycle. Furthermore, it offers information related to the EU, and introduces innovative programmes and practices aimed at increasing student participation in co-curricular activities.

We're located in Room A005.

Contact person: Ms Boryana Chaneva

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The Group focuses proactively on diversity issues and inclusion. It aims to create awareness of these issues amongst students and staff. Two students sit on the Working Group.

The College strongly believes that each individual is different but should feel accepted and welcome. Difference may arise for many reasons including, but not only, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs and disability.

The main aim of the committee is to instill a sense of altruism among those attending the College, hence the name. By organising various activities throughout the academic year, the committee raises funds, collects goods, and provides volunteers in order to support various charities, as well as College students and staff. Two students sit on the committee.

We're located in Room C016.

Contact person: Dr Liliana Maric

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