The Maltese educational system is very similar to the British one; Primary education of 6 years Secondary education
of 5 years. To enter higher education in Malta students need Matriculation examination certificate, this is equivalent
to the British A-levels and is rewarded after the additional two years of study.
These two years are carried out in sixth form college/junior college or another post-secondary education before applying
for a university.
Since both Maltese and English are official languages in Malta the teaching in Maltese schools is also conducted in
both languages.In higher education most courses are taught entirely in English. Popular elective languages among Maltese
students are Italian and French.
* The University of Malta is one of the world’s oldest and most respected institutes of learning
* Malta is a wonderful study abroad destination for students who are more comfortable in English-speaking regions
* The weather, culture and cuisine are extraordinary
* Malta is one of the safest countries in the world
* Malta is a mecca for outdoor activities
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MALTA
* DCMS Scholarships for MSc Information Security.
* Teach Abroad Scholarship, 2018.
* Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship For Australian Applicants.
* Facebook Grace Hopper Scholarship.
* RMLA Masters Scholarship.
* Catherine Helen Spence Memorial Scholarship 2018
MOST SOUGHT AFTER COURSES
* Administration Studies
* Business Studies
* Economic Studies
* Humanities Studies
* Technology Studies
STUDENT WORK RIGHTS
students enrolled in a higher education course for more than 90 days will be allowed to work 20 hours a week, and international graduates will be able to extend their stay in Malta for six months after graduation to look for work.
SPOUSE ACCOMPANIMENT & WORK RIGHTS
Spouse accompaniment with work right is possible in Malta through the visa for the spouse even if they are non-EU nationals.