Even though it turned out we never got the chance to learn at Hogwarts School For Witchcraft And Wizardry, we all managed to adopt some of the different houses’ most popular characteristics.
Here are the most popular University of Malta courses, sorted into their Harry Potter Houses.
Loyal trustworthy, ‘sweet’ and ‘nice’. Away from the unnecessarily competitive nature of the dog-eat-dog world out there, their goal in life is to play… awh, how cute.
Brain over brawn all the way. Wisdom, wit and knowledge are this house’s key elements. They don’t waste time on frivolous activities like ‘fun’, preferring instead to have their nose stuck in books all day long.
Courageous? Daring? Or just flat out egoistic? Sure, this house has chivalry for days, but it also has the flare for over-the-top gestures and a strong desire to prove themselves just as worthy as all other houses… if not more.
As resourceful as they are ambitious, a Slytherin cares more about being great than doing good. Cunning and creative, they’ll gladly turn against their own to get to where they are, and while many see them as evil (and a number of them may be), ruthless ambition doesn’t necessary mean criminal.