Multicultural Night is one of the assessment tasks in English proficiency one module. This events provide students with the opportunity to learn about various aspects of different cultures. Main aim of the event is to enhance research and presentations skills amongst students.
During the module the students are grouped and given a country to represent. Students design their stall representing their country and are dressed traditionally.
They also present other features of the culture through foods, dances, songs, arts and many activities that represent their uniqueness.
This is one of the most exciting academic events of the semester. The event encourages students to learn beyond classrooms and helps students develop soft skills such as communication, leadership and teamwork.
This year’s one of the biggest events of villa college was held today morning at Dharubaaruge. We are very proud to announce that the convocation ceremony for the class of 2018 was successfully held today and a total number of 319 students graduated this year. This is the second batch to achieve the certificates from University of the West of England (UWE) as well.
Today the latest group of students from our campus graduated and are stepping out to as professionals with their amazing careers.
We wish them all the best with their careers ahead.
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The application period for the January 2019 Intake of Villa College programmes has commenced. There are 97 programmes available in the areas of Information Technology, Computer Science, Business Management, Teaching, Education, Economics, Sharia, Law, Islam, Dhivehi, Human Resource, Tourism, Hospitality, Accounting, Public Health, ACCA, Research, Nursing, Economics and Marine Studies, Diving and Water Sports
Among these, there are 13 master’s programmes, 8 postgraduate diploma/certificate programmes, 21 degree programmes, 3 advanced diploma programmes, 17 diploma programmes, 12 foundation programmes, 12 certificate level 3 programmes, as well as 11 programmes in marine studies.
In addition to Villa College’s own programmes, these include master’s and degree programmes from the University of the West of England.
Besides the opportunities to study at the QI campus in Male’, the same opportunities are available at Villa College Hithadhoo campus, Villa College Naifaru campus, Villa College Kulhudhuffushi campus, Villa College Lakeside campus (Sh. Funadhoo) and Villa College Mahibadhoo campus. Furthermore, starting from this (January 2019 Intake) ACCA knowledge level programmes will be offered in Villa College Hithadhoo Campus.
The deadline for applications is 27th December 2018 for Masters, Degree & Professional Programmes and 31st January 2019 for Certificate 2, Certificate 3 & Foundation programmes.
To make it easier for students to pay their fees, a monthly instalment option has been available since September 2017.
It is with great pleasure that we announce, that Villa College is the recipient of ‘Most Trainings Conducted Award’ given by HR Maldives. This award is given in recognition of persistent training programs that Villa College holds regularly to improve the efficiency and skill of employees, also to motivate them and help them to pursue a colourful career.
We would like to congratulate all the recipients of the awards at the ceremony.
Villa College is proud of all its employees and reassures that we will be indomitable in striving for excellence and continued development of our employees.
Academic Bites is a weekly event organized by the IRI (Institute for research and innovation) of Villa College. Therefore, as the speaker for this week’s Academic Bites session, Dr. Mohamed Adil shed some light on the topic of the week, “Do you judge a book by its cover?”
These sessions are aimed at developing a competent research culture whilst also promoting the idea of conducting constructive research among the staff of Villa College.