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Team Activity in Aid of Hospice Malta


Team Activity in Aid of Hospice Malta

The students in this activity accompanied by their tutor and the Dean of Malta Business School. From left to right Rudolph Borg Myatt (Tutor), Christian Sammut, Robert Cassar, Karl Fenech, Vittorio Pennacchia, Duncan Friggieri and Lorenzo Mulè Stagno (Dean).

As part of their studies towards achieving the Level 5 Extended Diploma in Management at Malta Business School, our students needed to plan and execute a practical work-based team project. This team organised an event, with the aim of providing donations in aid of Hospice Malta.

The students successfully raised €330 in donations to Hospice Malta, which were graciously received by Mr James Davis, who also gave a short speech about the role of Hospice Malta in providing support to cancer patients and their relatives.

Guests also had the opportunity to tour the new Busy Bee premises at Mrieћel, while Malta Business School student Duncan Friggieri gave a speech about the history of the establishment. Moreover, guests enjoyed refreshments throughout the event and had the chance to try a new skill and fill up their own cannoli!

The Extended Diploma in Management programme is a Level 5 qualification designed for those who are looking at improving their career. Malta Business School will provide you with the necessary guidance and expertise required so that you excel in your studies

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