I am convinced that this must be one of the most exciting newsletter for GIT. Each month  for nearly three years, we reported exciting things how students are being blessed with their studies. Now the time of their hard work is bearing fruit. The first four students who completed an undergraduate certificate will be celebrating their graduation on December 13. For the first time in Malta, students who study accredited courses will receive a nationally recognized certificate with Level MQF 5. If you wish to read more about this event, kindly visit this link: http://grad.git.edu.mt. A special newsletter reporting the event will be issued later this month.
November 2013
Issue: 38
Joseph Agius GIT Director
During the 5 day  Book Fair we distributed a number of leaflets promoting the “Christian Service In The Community Program.” The leaflet describes how the modules benefit young people to develop Christian values and their use in the community. It was distributed to mainly school children visiting the fair. We plan to make a leaflet promoting all the courses available and accredited in Malta. Contact us for these leaflets.
GIT Supports the Maltese     Evangelical Library
Global Institute  of Theology  Christian service in the community THINK value  FRIENDLY  introducing
Two Groups of students completing modules from the Christian Life Series
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