The Malta University Consulting Ltd has partnered with six international entities in an Erasmus+ funded project in the area of gastronomy. The main objective of this project was to develop the educational and commercial potential of gastronomy.
Malta University Consulting and Malta Business Bureau worked together in representing Malta in the Go&Learn initiative to support academia-industry collaboration.
Through the initiative, student industry visits, industry thematic seminars and international business missions enriching the learning experience of both students and employees, were organised.
Through the Go&Learn+ network, University students were given the opportunity to visit four start-ups – Flatnumber, Trilith, Mighty Box and ZAAR Crowdfunding – at the TAKEOFF Business Incubator.
The Malta University Consulting Ltd partnered with twelve entities from seven EU countries (Portugal, Spain, Italy, Croatia, Germany, Netherlands and Malta) in a 3-year Erasmus+ KA2 funded project named INCOME Tourism.
The aim was to develop a different learning approach to soft skills learning based on a cooperative learning process as part of a Tourism- related course, leading to a Bachelor’s Degree.
INCOME Tourism brought together academia, students and industry in a new cooperative learning model with learning outcomes for soft skills adapted to the real, evolving and demanding needs of the tourism industry.