Education In Malta

Study in Malta


Why Study In Malta

A popular tourist destination that is treasured for the spectacular beauty of its beaches, Malta is one of the world’s smallest and most densely populated countries. It comprises an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea to the south of Italy, with the three largest islands – Malta Island, Gozo and Comino –inhabited with a total resident population of only around 420,000. Valletta, Malta’s tiny capital, is built on a peninsula that is only 1km by 600m on the north-east coast of Malta Island.

Most of the colleges and universities in Malta are clustered around Valletta. Malta attracts more than 600 full-time international students and about 500 exchange and transfer students every year, from about 80 different countries. Partnerships and links with education institutions all over the world are maintained by the government. Well-regarded degrees are awarded through full-time or part-time study programmes in subjects that include Arts, Economics, Management, Science and Technology, Health Sciences, Education, Engineering, Law among others.

Top Courses

MBA: A master of business administration (MBA) is a graduate degree achieved at a university or college that provides theoretical and practical training to help graduates gain a better understanding of general business management functions.

Masters of Engineering Studies in Geotechnical Engineering: Completing the Master of Engineering Studies in Geotechnical Engineering will greatly enhance your ability to practice in the geotechnical engineering field by extending your education in your area of specialization and upgrading your current skills and training.

Hotel Management: The Bachelor's Degree in International Hotel Management prepares students to enter the world of hospitality as leaders and managers with a strategic approach to business. It combines management theory with hands-on hospitality courses, professional internships and a business specialization.

Professional Cooking: This course involves inculcating advanced cookery skills and administrative management skills. It involves indulging in techniques such as specialization in Patisserie and Gastronomy. It would also involve planning and implementing a live dinner service (including menu development and application of management skills).

Sports : It studies the psychology of sport and exercise. This includes coaching,motivation and emotion, psycho pharmacology, and stress.

Tourism And Hospitality : Tourism and leisure refers to the management of products and services related to such activities as traveling for pleasure, personal recreation and various social events.

Law And Regulations : Students learn a general overview of the Canadian legal system, and choose to specialize in civil or property law, environmental law, and many more.

International Student Visas

Malta warmly welcomes international students who satisfy all entry requirements and security clearance, and a student visa is readily obtained on application through the established procedure.

Students from within the EU, the US and a number of other countries do not require a visa to study in Malta for less than three months. Visa requirements for students who wish to undertake longer durations of study include:

  • A completed visa application form
  • Valid travel document (passport) and a valid return ticket or certificate of prepaid return journey
  • Two passport-size photographs
  • Proof of sufficient funds to cover tuition fees and living expenses. Bank statements, wage slips from the last 3 months or travellers cheques with the relevant amounts are necessary to be shown.
  • An offer of acceptance from a Maltese educational institute
  • Proof of accommodation arrangements on arrival
  • Proof of medical insurance for duration of your stay
  • Schengen visas require an application fee which varies from time to time, so kindly check with the Maltese Embassy website to confirm the actual amount and the method of payment.
  • Keep ready a self-addressed special delivery envelope to allow the Embassy to post back your passport/documents.
  • Take two sets of photocopies of all the documents provided. The originals and one set of photocopies need to be sent with your application, and you can keep the second set with you.

Visa Process
Online submission

Step 1 - Gather your documents

Step 2 - Submit your Application online

Step 3 - Wait for a visa decision

Paper Submission

Step 1 - Gather your documents

Step 2 - Submit your Application

Step 3 - Wait for a visa decision

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