Studying in Malta – Why?

Malta is a very safe and politically stable country

Malta has around 300 sunny days per year

English is the prevailing language in Malta and many Maltese also speak Italian or another language

Fascinating surroundings of beautiful beaches, lively nightlife, archaeological sites and picturesque port cities

A visa is not required for students from countries that are part of the Schengen convention

Entertainment in Malta is considered one of the best in the Mediterranean region, but safe

Malta is very rich in history dating back 7000 years

Since Malta is a small island, traveling is easy to reach beaches, entertainment venues, cultural places, shops, malls always close at hand

Malta has two other main sister islands (Gozo and Comino) ideal for holidays, in particular the Blue Lagoon and the Crystal Lagoon which are located in the small island of Comino

Valletta is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is designated the European Capital of Culture in 2018.

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