Study in Malta

Study in Malta

Officially known as the Republic of Malta is a Southern European island country consisting of an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. Malta is a popular tourist destination with its warm climate, numerous recreational areas, and architectural and historical monuments, including three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Malta is a popular tourist destination, with 1.6 million tourists per year.


Malta has a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot summers, hotter in the inland areas. Rain occurs mainly in autumn and winter, with summer being generally dry.

The state and the Church provide education free of charge. Education in Malta is based on the British model. Maltese and English are both used to teach pupils at primary and secondary school level, and both languages are also compulsory subjects. Malta is also a popular destination to study the English language, attracting over 80,000 students in 2012.blic schools tend to use both Maltese and English in a balanced manner. Private schools prefer to use English for teaching.

  • Capital: Valletta
  • Population: 423,282 (2013)
  • Area: 316 sq km
  • Currency: Euro
  • Official languages: Maltese and English
  • One of the world’s smallest and most densely populated countries
  • A group of nine islands to the south of Europe and north of Africa
  • Joined the European Union in 2004 and the euro zone in 2008
  • Main source of national income is tourism
  • Malta’s Kunsill ta’ l-iStudenti Universitarji (University Students’ Council) is the oldest national student union in Europe, founded in 1901.
  • Education is offered through three different providers: the state, the church, and the private sector.
  • Education in Malta is based on the British model.
  • Malta's educational system is divided into four stages: pre-primary (ages 3–5), primary (ages 5–11), secondary (ages 11–16) and tertiary.
  • The University of Malta (U.o.M.) provides Tertiary education at diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate level.
  • Maltese and English are both used to teach pupils at primary and secondary school level, and both languages are also compulsory subjects.
  • Malta is a popular destination to study the English language, attracting over 80,000 students in 2012.
  • Most university courses are in English.
  • Admission letter
  • Relationship Certificate
  • Sponsorship Letter
  • Police Report
  • Visa Application form
  • Visa Application charge
  • Completed visa application form
  • Valid travel document (passport)
  • Two passport-size photographs
  • A valid return ticket or certificate of prepaid return journey
  • Proof of access to sufficient funds to cover tuition fees and living expenses
  • Letter of acceptance from a Maltese educational institute
  • Proof of accommodation arrangements on arrival
  • Proof of medical insurance for duration of your stay

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