Our Research Partners
Exciting synergies are the result of combining our expertise and specialist skills with those of other organizations, be they academic, medical, research-oriented, philanthropic or commercial in scope.
University of Malta
The University of Malta is the highest teaching institution in Malta. With structures that are in line with the Bologna Process and the European Higher Education Area, it is publicly funded and open to all those who have the requisite qualifications. The degree courses at the University are designed to produce highly qualified professionals, with experience of research, who will play key roles in industry, commerce and public affairs.
Universita degli Studi di Milano
The Universita degli Studi di Milano, Italy is a public teaching and research university, which is distinguished by the wide variety of disciplinary fields it offers. A leading institute in Italy and Europe for scientific productivity, the University of Milan is the largest university in the region, with approximately 64,000 students, 8 faculties, 136 study courses, 31 doctoral programmes, 63 specialisation schools and a teaching staff of more than 2,000 professors.
Inspire aims to help everyone with a disability achieve the right to equality and inclusion by providing individuals and their families with educational, therapeutic and leisure services. Inspire also advocates for inclusion, educates the general public, raises awareness and holds the island’s best knowledge base on disability. Inspire helps more than 1000 individuals with various disabilities ranging from Down Syndrome, Autism, Cerebral Palsy and others.
University of Cardiff
The Cardiff University in Wales excels in producing high quality, innovative research which translates into benefits both locally and worldwide. Its world-leading research was ranked 5th amongst UK universities in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework for quality and 2nd for impact. It has a diverse student population – from more than 100 countries and with a range of backgrounds – who benefit from research-led teaching that develops their individual intellectual abilities.
Established in 2001, the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) is the country’s leading vocational education and training institution. Through 10 institutes in Malta and Gozo, MCAST offers 170 full-time and more than 300 part-time vocational courses ranging from certificates to degrees. MCAST collaborates closely with local industries to ensure that the knowledge, skills and competencies covered are relevant to a dynamic and forward-looking economy.