A small island of unlimited possibilities. That's what Malta is like. A small country located in southern Europe on the Mediterranean Sea will delight you with its charm, culture, education and… safety.
An island with one of the best climates in the world. Here you can count on more than 300 sunny days a year, and the temperature during winter rarely drops below 15 degrees. Do you like the proximity of the sea? On this island, straight out of school, you can go to the beaches and bask in the sun or dive in the beautiful azure waters. The Maltese are very cheerful and polite, and the official language is English. Until 1964, Malta was under the rule of the United Kingdom, remnants of which can still be seen today, such as the left-hand movement, or universities that follow the British system of education. It is a well-organised country full of history with one of the most developed financial markets in Europe.
Malta differs from other European countries in many ways. You will not find lakes, forests or mountains here, but you may be amazed by the fact that it is on the coast of this island that the best places for diving where you can admire the underwater fauna and flora. You probably know such films as Troy, Game of Thrones or Gladiator, which were filmed in Malta! And these are just some of the examples. This island is a huge film set that attracts directors from all over the world to shoot high-budget productions here. And this is due to the amazing architecture and atmosphere. In Valletta itself, the capital of Malta, there are as many as 300 monuments inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The largest university on the island - the University of Malta offers a wide range of studies, the best example of which is 40 courses offered in psychology alone. Among them you can find:
On the island, at several local universities, there are more than 200 exciting programmes to choose from. You can be sure that the variety of destinations here will allow you to find a program that suits your preferences. An option worth considering is “double degrees”, i. e. the combination of two majors within one. You can be sure that the variety of destinations here will allow you to find a program that suits your preferences.
The University of Malta is another of the gems of this country. The university has a centuries-old tradition and was founded during the Jesuit era in 1769. Today it is an international university, open to the world, which brings together the best: tradition, modernity and the much-loved British education system, which has been focused on practical teaching from the very beginning. Malta is famous for its so-called double bachelor degrees. This is where you can study amazing mergers of majors, without having to choose between your passions!
Below are just some of the examples:
Sunny weather, azure water, delicious food and cheerful people. What's the cost of living on this island?
Tuition fees: At the University of Malta, as well as some majors for EU students, undergraduate studies are free of charge, while master’s degrees are usually €400 per year. If you are interested in studying at the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology or at private universities, you will have to count on an amount of 4000-6000€ per year
Cost of living: the cost of living in Malta is close to the cost of living in Warsaw. Renting a room starts from 250€/month, studios from 550€. You will spend slightly more on grocery shopping than in Poland. Public transport will cost you about 20-30€/month, and the cost of a meal in a cheap restaurant is 10-12€.
Malta isn't associated with college, is it? And yet the number of courses that you can study on this paradise island, as well as their diversity, does not cease to surprise.
Mediterranean island with one of the sunniest and rain-free climates in the world. Here you can count on more than 300 sunny days a year, and the temperature during winter rarely drops below 15 degrees. Do you like the sea? Here you can go to the beaches and bask in the sun or dive in the beautiful azure water. The Maltese are very cheerful and polite and the official language is English. In addition, the beautiful landscapes of Malta and cheap flights to European cities are a huge plus for anyone who likes shorter or longer trips and trips.
In addition, Malta is very affordable! Did we convince you? Don't think too long, just apply to us and we will help you choose your course and application for study in Malta!