Enrolment Alert. Secure your space for your preferred class.

Hundreds of prospective students now have the opportunity to confirm their enrolment for ICE Malta’s first semester of 2017. Students are invited to choose their preferred course from what is the island’s most diverse and prestigious collection of worldwide recognised industry designed courses from the Code, Creative, Technical and Productivity study paths here.

While so many talented individuals continue to push for their career growth, this year’s first semester of the year includes internationally recognised study programmes by Adobe, Autodesk, Cisco, Microsoft, LPI and the highly awaited Professional Diploma in Digital Marketing 5 day bootcamp which is set to start on Wednesday 8th March 2017.

Today, ICE Malta study programmes are broader, richer and more varied than ever before with an increasing emphasis on competency based learning. The future we face is one where knowledge is the most important currency and this year, we are proud to welcome a record amount of individuals as well as sponsored employees who have been selected to enhance their skills at ICE Malta for what we promise will be a fun, effective and rewarding Study Experience. – Nikolai Sammut, ICE Malta Co-Founder.

Due to ICE Malta’s small classroom philosophy, a maximum of 16/18 students are accepted per class making immediate enrolment high on the agenda for any student who would like to achieve their study goals during the first quarter of 2017. As Malta’s leading ICT Academy , we are committed to ensure that all students have the opportunity to continue to gain industry designed skills and certifications which will set them apart. Students may schedule monthly interest free tuition fees by applying for ICE Malta’s Easy Payment Scheme and benefit from 70% of their course fees back thanks to the Get Qualified Scheme on the majority of study programmes.

Students may confirm their enrolment online here or are invited to email [email protected], chat online or call 21467787 to schedule their one-to-one meeting with ICE Malta’s Student Relations Executive.