Supported by the University of Malta –
With over 400 years of history, we are the leading and most prestigous higher education institution in Malta. For all these years, University of Malta (UM) has been the hub for international academic exchange on the island. We seek to carry out academic research and provide a vibrant higher education setting in the arts, sciences and the humanities. The courses at UM are designed to produce highly qualified professionals in multiple disciplines.
The high level of teaching in English language made it possible for us to open the doors for international students. In fact in the last five years UM has experienced a significant increase in the number of international students, from EU countries, North America and Asia. We also have multiple agreements with international institutions from several countries including US, India and China. The academic body is committed to high standards of research and teaching and every member of at UM plays an important role and contributes to an outstanding student experience. UM has a prestigious medical school and multiple other faculties that bestow both undergrad and postgrad degrees in engineering, humanities business, sciences and nursing. Besides the main campus, situated at Msida, there are three other campuses: Valletta, Marsaxlokk, Gozo. The Msida campus is in the centre of the island 20 minutes drive away from the island’s main airport, less than 5 km away from the capital city, Valletta and within walking distance from Sliema, the most cosmopolitan town on the island. UM has a student population of 11,500 students with students coming from 92 different countries. Like India, Malta took its Independence from Britain in 1964 but the British influence has left its mark on the education system. As a result entry requirements to UM are very similar to those in UK.
Our advice to the Indian students is to consider Malta because it is one of the safest countries in the Schengen area with very good connections to all other European states. These factors in addition to the high standard of teaching and research, enrich the student experience at the oldest University in the Commonwealth countries, outside UK. The cost of living in Malta is lower when compared to our neighbouring countries and so are the tuition fees. You can email us for further support and advice about studying at the south most EU country on email@example.com. We are already accepting applications for over 500 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes for October 2021.
“The cost of living in Malta is lower when compared to our neighbouring countries”