Published on 29 June 2020

GCHSS has officially launched its prospectus for the upcoming scholastic year 2020/21.  The launch took place on 26th June on school premises in the presence of Minister for Education & Employment Hon Dr. Owen Bonnici, MEDE Permanent Secretary Dr Frank Fabri , Mr Stephen Cachia, Director General and Mr Gaetano Calleja, Head of School.

The GCHSS prospectus 2020/2021 was designed in collaboration with the students themselves while engaging online during the COVID-19 period. The students engaged with the GCHSS PR team on an ambitious project through which they actively contributed to the design of various artwork features in the prospectus from their homes. Rather than taking actual photoshoots on school premises the students digitised their artwork consisting of paintings of themselves and their peers.

The prospectus is useful snapshot covering all the courses and subjects offered by GCHSS during the next scholastic year commencing in October 2020. The academic programmes on offer are all at Intermediate and Advanced Levels (MQF Level 4) and specifically address the requirements of students who would like to pursue their studies at undergraduate level at the University of Malta and foreign universities, or other tertiary level educational institutions. GCHSS prides itself in being the only post-secondary education institution in Malta that offers tailor-made academic courses for students who would like to engage more readily within the job market perhaps even before exploring their opportunities with Higher Education. Apart from entry requirements for the numerous courses on offer the GCHSS prospectus gives the necessary information to address the variegated demands of adult learners, student athletes and foreign students. 

The GCHSS prospectus for 2020/21 can be collected from the school, MEDE or from Local Councils. An electronic copy is also available online at https://gchss.edu.mt/.

Applications for registration at GCHSS will open in mid-July. Prospective applicants should feel free to request assistance from the GCHSS Guidance & Counselling Service that will be available for one-to-one career guidance sessions throughout the summer months. This professional service is strictly by appointment. Prospective applicants are encouraged to contact the school by email on [email protected] or directly though the school website at their earliest convenience.

A webinar for prospective students will also be announced very soon on the school website and via the social media.