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Official Language

Maltese, English

Euro (EUR)


0.5 million


15°C in winter to 32°C at summers

Tuition Fees

EUR €7,000 to max €12,000

Academic Requirements

Maltese, English

English Requirements

Minimum 60% - 69%- Bachelor's and Minimum 71%- Master's


Available up to 10% to 50% of the tuition costs.

Part Time Wages

 EUR €4.55 per hour.

Part Time Work Limit

No specified limit, but typically recommended to balance work with studies

Full Time Wages

EUR €11,600 - €13,000 per year

Living Expenses

 EUR €500 - €800 per month(Depending on Student Lifestyle)

Benefits of studying in Malta

1.Malta is bilingual, with English widely spoken alongside Maltese, providing an excellent environment for language learning.
2.When you choose to study in Malta, you gain access to a diverse range of academic programs and courses in various fields
3.Malta study abroad is designed with a focus on practical skills and industry relevance, preparing students for successful careers
4.Malta is known for its safety and hospitality for studying and living.
5.Various scholarships and funding options are available for international students, easing the financial burden of studying abroad.
6.Malta's growing economy offers opportunities for internships and employment, particularly in sectors like tourism, finance, and technology.
7.Courses in Malta offer a gateway to unlocking new opportunities and propelling your career.
8.Studying in Malta is about gaining practical skills that set you up for a successful career.

Popular subjects to study in Malta

1.English Language Studies
2.Tourism and Hospitality
3.Business Administration
4.Finance and Banking
5.Information Technology

Popular student cities in Malta

3.St. Julian's

Permanent Residency

1.Students need to reside in Malta for 5 years to be eligible for permanent residency through programs like the Malta Residence and Visa Program (MRVP) or the Global Residence Program (GRP).
2.Students who acquire a critical skill employment permit may be eligible for permanent residency after a shorter period, often around 2 years.
3.Students with a Startup Visa can extend their stay in Malta for an additional 3 years.

Post Study Work

Students can apply for permanent residency via Malta Residence and Visa Program (MRVP) or Global Residence Program (GRP) after meeting program requirements and typically residing in Malta for a specified period, usually 5 years.
Based on the student's previous work experience, students can apply for a Skilled Independent Visa. NEW ZEALAND  New Zealand offers post-study work visa options for international graduates, allowing them to work in their respective countries after completing their studies.

Note : Post Completion of course in Malta, students will have more opportunities to get jobs in the Middle East, Canada, European Union(EU) countries & India with a very good pay scale.

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