The educative program of MALTA will involve young scientists at
all levels of their careers. Although MALTA will establish a vigorous post-doc programme,
much of the proposed research will be addressed through doctoral students. For this reason, interdisciplinary advisory panels,
composed of three to four members of the MALTA team, with the guidance of an Education and Training Committee,
will be put in place to guide individual doctoral studies.
The doctoral research will be complemented by a special interdisciplinary educational and training programme.
Advanced courses and seminars as well as lectures will be offered by senior scientists who are well-known experts in the field.
Doctoral students will be encouraged to participate in advanced scientific training opportunities, such as international and
interdisciplinary summer schools and scientific workshops, some of them organised by MALTA, and to present their
research at international scientific conferences and meetings. It is also planned to implement an exchange program with international
institutions that will allow the students to spend a limited amount of their time in an internationally recognised research group