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  • CAPITAL Valletta
  • LANGUAGE Maltese , English (official)
  • MAJOR CITIES Birkirkara, Qormi, Mosta, Zabbar, Rabat, San Gwann, Fgura, Zejtun, Sliema, Zebbug, Hamrun, Naxxar

About Malta

The Maltese islands are home to a remarkable cultural mixture between the ancient and the modern. Although the country harbors one of the oldest universities in the Mediterranean, the higher education system is future oriented and blends tradition with innovation.

Due to the size of the island, there is only one university and one vocational college made up of a number of individual institutions. However, they both have a good international reputation. About 600 full-time international students and about 500 exchange and transfer students come every year to Malta from about 80 different countries. The country maintains partnerships and links with education institutions all over the world.

Malta ranks eleventh in the world in student IQ scores.

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Study programmes

Degrees are awarded in subjects like Arts, Science and Technology, Health Sciences, Economics, Management, Education, Engineering, Law and more. The students enrol in full-time or part-time study programmes. The courses offered are relevant and up to date with the needs of the country. The courses are offered at diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate level. Most Bachelor degree courses run for three years, while most Masters may be completed in 2 years. In order to maximize course efficiency, some courses are held once every two years.

Vocational and professional training is also available. Different institutes teach full-time students or part-time students who also hold a job and require specialized training.

Basic Foundation Study Courses enable international high school students who do not have the necessary entry requirements, to qualify for admission to an undergraduate degree course in Malta.

A popular English-language university in the country is the American University in Malta.

General application procedure

  • Interested persons who wish to apply for courses commencing in October 2014 are invited to apply through the Online Application facility;
  • Pay relevant application fee before set deadline;
  • The Students’ Advisory Services are available for advice and information to prospective students;
  • Attend information meeting for Prospective Applicants;
  • Apply for scholarship, if applicable.

Contact the International student office for more information about program application and requirements.


The majority of university courses are held in English. A limited number of Maltese language courses are also available.

English language preparation for studying in Malta

Develop your academic English language skills in order to meet the English language requirements at Maltese universities offering degree studies for international students.

Choose an English language school anywhere in the world and pick your preferred English exam preparation course from diverse language course options.

Living in Malta

  • Malta’s relaxed lifestyle, its climate and sea make it a favorite holiday destination.
  • Malta boasts of a 7,000-year history with prehistoric temples older than the pyramids of Egypt.
  • Natural harbors with clear water, beautiful coastline as well as folklore and Maltese traditions are great attractions for visitors.
  • Students may opt to live at a university residence or hotel.
  • Locals are hospitable and generosity, typical of the Mediterranean region.
  • Accommodation generally costs around 300 EUR/month/room if you choose to live in a shared flat with 2 or 3 rooms.
  • Total living costs range from 700 to 1,100 EUR/month
  • Money spent on meals is about 250 EUR/month.
  • Theatre and music are also very popular in the Islands. A variety of theatres, two opera houses as well as several open-air venues offer plays, musicals, operas and concerts.
  • You may choose to spend a day at a beach in fully developed resort, or a more quiet and private location.
  • Some of the historical sites are venues for historic, accurate re-enactments.
  • The local wineries organize guided tours and tastings.
  • The Maltese Islands have are also a popular clubbing scene, visited by internationally renowned DJs.
  • The Maltese Islands' clear blue Mediterranean Sea is ideal for scuba diving, with an abundance of reefs, caves and wrecks.

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