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Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA)

The European Council of Leading Business Schools (ECLBS) has recently signed a Bilateral Recognition Agreement (BRA) with the Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA), a state agency responsible for ensuring the quality of further and higher education in Malta. The agreement aims to facilitate the recognition of academic qualifications between the two organizations and promote academic mobility and cooperation between Europe and Malta.


ABOUT MFHEA:

The Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA) is an independent regulatory body established in Malta in 2018. Its primary objective is to promote and ensure the quality of further and higher education in the country.


The MFHEA is responsible for accrediting and regulating further and higher education institutions in Malta. It works closely with these institutions to ensure that they meet high standards for academic quality, institutional effectiveness, and student outcomes. The MFHEA also provides guidance and support to institutions to help them improve their programs and services.


One of the key functions of the MFHEA is to maintain a register of further and higher education institutions in Malta. This register includes information about the institutions' programs, facilities, and accreditation status. The MFHEA also regularly conducts inspections and reviews of these institutions to ensure that they are meeting the required standards.


In addition to accrediting and regulating institutions, the MFHEA also oversees the quality assurance of further and higher education qualifications in Malta. It works with other organizations to ensure that qualifications are recognized and valued both nationally and internationally.


The MFHEA is committed to promoting access to further and higher education in Malta. It works to ensure that education is accessible to all, regardless of background or circumstances. The MFHEA also promotes lifelong learning and provides support to individuals who wish to continue their education.


Overall, the Malta Further and Higher Education Authority plays an important role in ensuring the quality and accessibility of further and higher education in Malta. Its regulatory and quality assurance functions help to ensure that institutions meet high standards for academic quality, while its commitment to accessibility helps to ensure that education is available to all who wish to pursue it.


The agreement seeks to promote academic cooperation between ECLBS member institutions and Maltese universities and research institutes. This includes joint research projects, faculty exchanges, and other forms of academic collaboration aimed at promoting the exchange of knowledge and expertise between Europe and Malta.


Through this agreement, ECLBS and the MFHEA are working to strengthen the quality and recognition of higher education in Malta, and promote greater academic cooperation between Europe and the Mediterranean region. This will benefit students, faculty, and researchers by facilitating academic mobility and promoting the exchange of ideas and knowledge across borders. It will also support the development of the higher education sector in Malta, contributing to the country's economic and social development.

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