Information about participation
Onsite: the job fair aims provide information on the various training and job opportunities available in Malta and abroad. Represented on the stand will be a number of local employers and higher educational institutions such as the University of Malta (UOM), the Institute of Tourism Studies (ITS), the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST), St. Martin's College (a private 6th form college), the Institute of Computer Education (ICE, Malta) and the Malta Information Technology Agency (MITA).
There will also be a stand representing various departments within the Maltese PES such as the Jobseekers’ Advisory Services, Employment Licences Unit, and the EURES Malta Office. There will also be EURES Advisors from 3 European countries: the Czech Republic, Italy and Slovakia, and a number of EU info points including the Malta-EU Steering and Action Committee (MEUSAC) Funds and Programmes Division, Solvit, Europe Direct, the European Union Programmes Agency (EUPA), the National Council for Further and Higher Education and European Parliament Information Office, EU Career, all of whom will be providing information on the services they offer.
Online: the EURES Malta Advisors will be online to answer queries about living and working in Malta, job vacancies etc…They will also be in a position to pass on questions to any of the representatives present onsite at the job fair and may also ask the representatives to chat with the online participants, should the need arise. EURES Advisors from Bulgaria and the Netherlands will also be available online, along with the other EURES onsite participants.