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Capital: Valetta
Languages: English, Maltese
Population :  414,971
Currency is Euro.

Information about Malta

It is lie in the centre of the Mediterranean, Europe, 93KM south of Scicily and 300KM north of Libya. The archipelago is made up of mainland Malta, Gozo, Comino, and cominotto. A smaller uninhabited island of Filfla is also part of the Maltes Islands, which is about 5Kmoff the southern coast. All together the islands make up a mere 316sq km. Malta is the largest island only 27KM at its longest point from the northwest to southeast, and 14.5km at its widest point, from west to east.

The temperature averages 57.5 degrees Fahrenheit in winter (Nov-Apr) and 89.6 degrees Fahrenheit during the summer (May-Oct). The hottest period is from mid-July through mid-September although the islands seldom get too hot, as hot summer days and nights are regularly tempered by cool sea breezes.

There are no mountains or rivers. The majority of fields are small and terraced, but despite lack of rain and other adverse terrain conditions, agriculture is well developed.

Studying in Malta

Studying in Malta offers a plethora of choice whether you are considering a language course, or undergraduate study. Courses are cheap by comparison with the rest of the EEC, while educational standards are exceptionally high, especially at the University. Learning, European languages or Arabic are the most popular choices, but there are courses available on everything from medicine to traditional lace making and handicrafts. Places at the university are limited, so apply early. Courses are always in English and, with the exception of law, all courses are recognised internationally.

There are almost 60 language schools on the island. There are schools in all the major towns. St. Julian's, the nightlife hub, and Valetta, the UNESCO protected capital city, are the most popular choices. There are also courses available on the smaller island of Gozo, which offers a more rustic, sleepy lifestyle by contrast with the bustle of Malta. Regular ferries connect the two islands. 

English is spoken by the Maltese tutors with a quirky accent. It is based firmly on old fashioned, BBC-style English and learning here offers an alternative to U.S. style courses and pronunciation. For those traveling or studying, visas are usually not necessary if you are from a Commonwealth country, the EEC, the U.S. or Japan. There is a full table of visa exemptions below along with a link to the Maltese government web site for further information.

Reasons to Study in Malta
  • No IELTS
  • Only one day old funds required
  • Schengen Visa
  • Low Tuition Fees
  • 10+2 Pass Eligible
  • 99.95 % Visa Success Rate
  • Gap Acceptable 
  • Intake every month 
  • Processing time 1-2 months 
  • Easy Embassy Interview
Cost of Study 

Package is 4 lakhs which include Tuition Fees, Accommodation, material Fees, Visa Approval Charges excluding Air Ticket.

Cost of Living

The cost of living in Malta is around €400. This includes accommodation, food, Transport etc but excludes tuition fees.  


The Intakes are possible every Month.

Working in Malta

Foreign students in the Malta are allowed to take a part-time job.

Application Requirements 
  • 2 recent passport size photographs in white background
  • Passport having validity of 90 days from date of expiry of visa with 1 blank page 
  • Acceptance letter from the institute in Malta stating that the applicant has been accepted for the course with the period & Accommodation
  • Copy of Educational certificates/ Diploma/Degree
  1. Salary slips of the last three months 
  2. Personal bank account for last 3months 
  3. Income tax challans for last 3 years or form 16A.
  • A confirmed return air ticket 
  •  Overseas Medical Insurance "valid for 15 days" from the date of travel, with minimum coverage of euro of 30,000 with the Inclusion of repatriation flight if required.


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