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  • MEDAC

    MEDAC students visit U.S. Embassy

    This week, U.S. Embassy’s Political Officer Thomas Schmidt met with George Mason University / University of Malta Dual Master's Degree program students. They discussed the work of U.S. diplomats in Malta, including Mission goals such as promoting Mediterranean security.

  • Cheryl Francisconi

    Educational advisor meets UoM students

    On February 25, educational advisor Cheryl Francisconi met with University of Malta students interested in studying in the United States. Interested in learning more? Please visit the UOM library (reference section) and get in touch with us on usembmalta@state.gov.

  • Ambassador

    Embassy screens The Great Debaters

    Ambassador Abercrombie-Winstanley led a discussion of The Great Debaters on February 18 as part of embassy events marking Black History Month.

  • Vision Statement

    U.S. Embassy Vision Statement

    On February 13, U.S. Embassy staff rededicated itself to a revised vision statement and working toward its goals.

  • FACTA

    Ambassador attends FATCA session

    On February 13th, U.S. Ambassador Abercrombie-Winstanley participated in a FATCA information session hosted by Athena International in Marfa. A panel of experts from APS Bank, Inland Revenue Dept and Corporate TeamWorks shared their expertise and advice with Americans living in Malta who are affected by FATCA.

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  • Thread A Website for Teachers etc. The new American English website and Trace Effects game offer students and teachers a wide variety of free resources for teaching and learning English.

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