Study in Malta
Malta is a Southern European island nation in the Mediterranean, off the coast of Sicily (Italy) and close to Tunisia and Libya. The small country is home to a population of just over 500,000 people.
Malta belonged to the British empire from 1814 from 1964. During that time, the British imposed the use of English as an official language. And it still is, alongside Maltese: Roughly 90% of the population speak English, and Malta is a popular destination for students seeking English language courses.
Although a small country, Malta is home to a number of higher education institutions where students can study for degrees in English; for example:
- The University of Malta, the country’s largest institution with roughly 11,000 students.
- The Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST), a vocational college that also offers Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes.
- Saint Martin’s Institute of Higher Education, which focuses on Computing and Commerce/Business and awards its Bachelor’s degrees jointly with the University of London as an Affiliated Institution.
Education System in Malta
This section takes you through the universities enrolment procedures process step by step.
Universities and Colleges in Malta
Look here for selecting an University, Course, Profile of Malta universities.
Study Admissions Process in Malta
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Study Document Checklist for Malta
So you are all set for Malta. Getting into the college of choice is only the first step.
Student Visa Application Process for Malta
If you are going to study in Malta for a longer period of time you will need to apply for a student visa. Here we guide you through the application process step by step.
About Malta and its Weather
You will find this section a useful guide about Malta. It give you brief information about Histroy, Religion, Flag, Economy, Government etc.
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