Jesuit Refugee Services in Malta are once again issuing a call for applications for candidates to participate in this year's Integration Priority Track (IPT) programme.
This programme is aimed at ensuring that individuals who have opted for long-term integration in Malta are provided with the free personalised support they require in order to achieve integration. The project therefore offers a number of packages aimed at enabling individuals to continue and complete secondary education or sixth form, access Higher Educational institutions or improve their employability.
Individuals who are holders of international protection (Refugee Status or Subsidiary Protection), Temporary Humanitarian Protection, Specific Residence Authorization, Asylum Seekers and Rejected Asylum Seekers with a valid CIO document or an interim permission to stay are invited to apply.
Applications from interested individuals must be supported by a referral from an NGO or social welfare agency.
Completed application forms are to be sent to email@example.com by Friday 20th March 2020.Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any queries.