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 speak English, and Malta is a popular destination for students seeking English language courses.

As far as international study destinations go, Malta may not be the first place on many people’s lists. However, there are many advantages to studying on this small and beautiful Mediterranean nation. A real hidden gem for international students with a sense of adventure, Malta offers an excellent standard of education, an affordable standard of living, and plenty of exciting career opportunities in industries of the future such as gaming, blockchain, and AI. Malta is a country that values the importance of university graduates. Skilled graduates who stay or move to Malta can benefit from tax breaks, fast-track visas, and free support to help start a new business. Here are six reasons to study in Malta.


Malta is a stable eurozone economy with a welcoming business environment. It’s an ideal place to start a career or launch your own venture. However, it’s also a great (and very safe) place to live. Firstly, there’s the weather; Malta enjoys around 300 days of sunshine every year, with an average summer temperature of 78.8°F. It also has some of the most beautiful beaches and holiday resorts in Europe, so you won’t have to travel very far to enjoy a relaxing break. Alternatively, students can easily visit one of the many interesting sights, like the Valletta Fortress or the ancient “Silent City” of Mdina (so named because there are no cars and the city of just 300 falls wonderfully silent and dark by night). Or you could take a trip to the Ġgantija Temples. A World UNESCO Heritage site, the Ġgantija Temples are the oldest, free-standing monuments in the world. They were built around 1,000 years before the Pyramids of Giza.

If ancient history isn’t your thing, then spend your weekends at the bars, coffee shops, and restaurants along the Maltese coast. Like many of its Mediterranean neighbors, Malta is famous for its rustic national cuisine, delicious seafood, and warm hospitality. Plus, as long as you avoid the tourist traps, you will find plenty of places to eat out on a student budget.

Malta is a country where you can get a great education, enjoy a high standard of living, and meet lots of interesting people from all over the world; and that’s just the beginning of your adventure. After graduating, you have all the support you need to start a career or even build your own business.

For Bachelors Level:

  • Minimum +2 completed
  • Percentage: At least 40% or equivalent (requirements change as per colleges/ universities)
  • Gaps: Reasonable gaps upto 5 years is accepted
  • IELTS / TOEFL: optional* (some colleges/universities might require at least 5.5 in IELTS for admission whereas as in some, you can get admission without IELTS/ TOEFL)

For Masters Level:

  • Minimum Bachelors completed
  • Percentage: At least 40% or equivalent
  • Gaps: Reasonable gaps upto 6 years with work experience in related field
  • IELTS / TOEFL: optional


Day 1
Sumbit a copy of your documents at Abstract

Day 2
Receive Conditional Offer Letter

Only some of the College/Universities will request for a Skype Interview. In such cases , we will prepare you for the interview.

Day 3
Transfer the Non- Refundable Tuition fees to the College

Registration fee may vary as per college ranging from 90 Euros to 400 Euros.

Day 4
Depending upon colleges/ universities , applicants need to either transfer the Demand Draft of the tuition fees of a year or directly transfer the fees

Day 5
Attest your Academic Documents from the respective authorities

Day 6
Submit your application for the Police Report

Day 7
Issue a Medical Clearance Certificate &TMI

Day 8
Submit your Documents at VFS

After preparing all the documents as mentioned in the checklist, submit your documents at VFS, Kathmandu at the booked date.
The VFS will send an email notifying your for the interview date and the documents you need to submit during the interview. This process might atke 20-40 days.

Day 9
Attend the High Commission Interview

Attend the final interview at the High Commission, New Delhi, India at the booked date.

Day 10
Wait for the Visa Decision

Visa Decision may take 10-30 days.

Day 11
Transfer the fees and make necessary travel arrangement upon visa approval



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