The Malta School of Art has published its Full Prospectus including all MQF levels 1 to level 5 and leisure classes offered for the 2022-2023 scholastic year. Applications for all students, ages 6 up till 60 and above interested in joining an art course, shall open at 8am on the 18th of July till the midnight on the 29th.
Application can be completed online through: https://mavc.gov.mt/programme/apply
The 2022-23 Prospectus may be viewed online on: SoA Prospectus 2022-2023
The school offers a wide variety of courses, both formal and informal, designed to reach out across sections of different learners with different talents and capabilities. All formal courses are accredited at Level 1 to Level 5 and pegged to the Malta Qualifications Framework (MQF).
The Malta School of Art aims to foster innovation within a framework based on inclusiveness, cooperation, and an interdisciplinary education. The school aspires to create a hub for an artistic community grounded in practice-led research and seeks to promote critical thinking and novelty through endeavours that stem from courses, lectures, and discussions. These facets revolve around intellectual curiosity, originality and a broad inquiry rooted in the inter-related system combining practice, history and theory.