Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry


Prime Minister cuts ribbon on Queen Mary University of London Malta Campus

21 November 2019

In front of around 200 guests including staff, student representatives and local dignitaries, Dr Muscat cut a ribbon and unveiled a plaque to mark the building’s formal opening.

The four-storey 8,100 square metre building is situated on the island of Gozo in Malta, next to Gozo General Hospital. Read the full story.

Queen Mary opens the doors on a new medical school building in Malta

The new medical school building at Queen Mary University of London’s Malta campus opened today. It provides Queen Mary students and staff of its Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry with a state-of-the-art facility for teaching and study of the University’s MBBS medical degree. Read the full story. 

Queen Mary Welcomes Delegates from INSULEUR


On 24 October, QMUL Malta welcomed delegates from INSULEUR to the brand-new QMUL Malta Campus. The visit was conducted as part of the programme while the  annual INSULEUR General Assembly and Forum were held in Gozo.  INSULEUR is the Network of the Insular Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the European Union. It was set up in the year 2000 with the primary objective of improving economic and social conditions in European insular regions. It continuously strives to even out the imbalances between continental and insular regions through: collaboration between members; formulating an integrated policy for the development of islands; and collaborating with European Union institutions and non-governmental organisations which share the same aims; encouraging initiatives and projects targeted towards fostering economic development in insular regions; making information available; and undertaking research activities to facilitate the aforementioned aims being carried out.

Currently, the Gozo Business Chamber holds the presidency of INSULEUR, and the visit to the new QMUL Malta campus demonstrated to the delegates that, despite being a small island, successful business ventures are possible if the right infrastructure is put in place.