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 roughly 440,000 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 speaks English, and Malta is a popular destination for students seeking English language courses.
The two major universities in Malta are The University of Malta and the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST). Both offer a range of Bachelor and Master programs in English.
Middlesex University also operates a branch campus on Malta (Middlesex University Malta), where they offer a range of degree programs focusing on IT / Computer Science as well as International Business.
Universities in Malta:
- Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST)
- Middlesex University Malta
- University of Malta
Document Checklist for Study Abroad
- Application Form
- Scanned Copy All Academic Certificates and Transcripts
- IELTS Score (If Applicable)
- Passport Copy
- Reference Letter for the Graduate Program Only
- Curriculum Vitae for the Graduate Program Only
- Letter of intent for the Graduate Program Only
- GMAT/GRE Score for the Graduate Program
- Police Clearance Certificate
- The Documents of Financial Sponsorship to support of the proposed studies (by sponsor)
- Work Experience Certificate (If Applicable)
- Bank Statement and Solvency Certificate
- Two (02) Recommendation Letters
- Non Refundable VISA Application Fee
- Parents Declaration (If Applicable)