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University of Malta
The University of Malta is one of the oldest in the Mediterranean and today it has reviewed its structures in order to be in line with the Bologna process which envisages the establishment of the European Higher Education Area by 2010. The University strives to create courses which are relevant and timely in response to the needs of the country. The supreme governing bodies of the University are the Council and the Senate. Around 10,000 students including over 750 foreign/exchange students from nearly 80 different countries, following full-time or part-time degree and diploma courses, many of them run on the modular or credit system.
The University has eleven faculties: Arts; Built Environment; Dental Surgery; Economics, Management & Accountancy; Education; Engineering; Information & Communication Technology; Laws; Medicine & Surgery; Science and Theology.
How to apply
Online application facility.
By applying online, applicants will benefit from the following advantages:
- apply from the comfort and privacy of your home
- available 24 hours daily at your convenience
- simpler application form to complete
- real-time form validation with less risk of filling in details incorrectly
- online help for each section of the application form.
To apply online click here to start your online application process.
As from 2 November applicants with overseas qualifications can submit applications for courses at the University of Malta throughout the year. Applicants are advised to submit their application to the Admissions Office, as early as possible. Applications open in October of the previous year and close on 15 May of the same year. Applications received after this date will be processed only at the discretion of the University. Late application fees are also applicable.
If you are unsure as to which course you should apply for or how, ask us! You may get in touch with the faculty through this enquiry form.
The International & EU Office is tasked with managing the University and the major aspects of the Office’s work include the following:
• managing the University’s participation in EU programmes such as Erasmus.
• managing the University’s participation in international exchange programmes such as International Student Exchange Programmes (ISEP) and University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC).
• coordinating the University’s international relations.
• overseeing the welfare of the University’s international students in cooperation with other University entities.
• enhancing the University’s participation in international academic networks such as the Santander Group, the Compostela Group and Utrecht Network.
• promoting the University’s programmes internationally
Apart from the support provided by the Work-Resources Funds, the University annually awards scholarships through the Scholarships & Bursaries Fund.
Application forms can be obtained from the Office for Human Resources Management & Development or downloaded from here.
Further information is available here.
With the support of the European Commission within the framework of the Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP) Erasmus Programme, the University of Malta has exchange agreements with several Universities throughout Europe. To find out if your University has an agreement with us, please consult your home Erasmus coordinator.
Students participating through the LLP Erasmus Programme must be nominated by their home university.
For more information about application guidelines and other important information concerning incoming mobility, click on the following links.
University of Malta
Msida MSD 2080
Tel: +356 2340 2340
Fax: +356 2340 2342
DDI: +356 2340 + extension no.
Please note that Mladiinfo does not give scholarships or any financial support, but only informs about different opportunities. Click on the direct link to the official page above to apply for the program.