About Malta

Each year, thousands of students flock to Malta to study, but why? What makes this little island nation so special? For a start there’s the southern Mediterranean climate. Mix this with an English-speaking population, the crystal clear blue sea, affordable prices, and lots to see and do, and you’re starting to get the idea. Studying in Malta falls into two main categories: University and English schools. Malta has long been a Mecca for English-learners, with its great climate and low cost of living making it an attractive alternative to the UK, the Americas, and Oceania. More recently, the University of Malta has been attracting students from all over the world with its low costs and the fact that English is the language of instruction in all subjects.

English Speaking Country

Studying abroad can be difficult for students who feel nervous about living in unfamiliar surroundings for an extended period of time. For students who might not be comfortable in a wholly alien environment, Malta is a wonderful destination. Not only is it an English-speaking country (Maltese and English are the nation’s official languages), students and expatriates from all over the world live on the island, making it highly diverse and welcoming. English-speaking students are able to communicate with the locals easily and navigate the island efficiently.

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Malta is Safe, Friendly and Relaxed

While the more touristy areas of Malta do attract pickpockets and scammers (just like every tourist destination on earth), Malta is largely crime-free and is known as being one of the safest destinations in all of Europe.

Mediterranean folks ready to help at the slightest request, creates a welcome change and relief! It’s also one of the safest places on earth.

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Malta is the Mecca for outdoor activities

Malta is a paradise for anyone who’s a fan of rock climbing, hiking, watersports, soccer, sailing or just lying on the beach. However, diving in Malta is uniquely thrilling, as the marine life in the Maltese waters is some of the most diverse and colorful in the Mediterranean. There are also abundant complex underwater vistas, as well as the remnants of ancient shipwrecks that have transitioned into habitats for sea life.

There are also glorious beaches throughout Malta. With approximately 125 miles of nearly pristine coastline, its impossible not to find a perfect seaside escape. Maltese beaches range from large and public with every possible restaurant, bar and nightclub within easy reach, to small and nearly deserted hideaways where visitors can get away for a few hours for a private swim.

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Culture & Weather

Despite its small size, Malta is surprisingly rich in culture and history. Many ancient and modern world powers desired this strategic island at the crossroads of the Mediterranean, and left their mark on its landscape. From the world’s oldest buildings, to the castle-city of Mdina, to the chessboard fortress of Valletta, Malta’s many World Heritage Sites will dazzle your eyes!

300 days of sunshine per year. You will not be freezing under piles of snow and ice. You will not wake up every day to a cloudy sky. You will get an awesome tan.

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  • IELTS Certificate - 5.5 Above  (Optional)
  • Medium of Instruction Certificate
  • Statement of Purpose
  1. How long does it take for my visa to be processed?

    The processing time of visa applications is fifteen (15) working days.

  2. Is the original invitation letter required?

    Original invitation letter will be required depending on the type Visa you are applying for. Kindly refer to the checklist applicable to your application.

  3. For students: what level of English do I require at the interview?

    If you are travelling to Malta for English language studies, you will require a basic knowledge of English. The applicant needs to sit for a written and oral test in English at the interview.

  4. Which are the documents I need to bring with me when collecting the visa?

    You need to bring the stamped bio page copy given to you at the time of submission of the application as well as the original receipt. If someone else is picking up your passport on your behalf from the Centre, this person needs to submit an authorisation letter signed by yourself and his/her ID card in addition to the documents mentioned above.

  5. What kind of insurance policy do I require?

    The insurance policy has to cover your period of stay in the Schengen area and cover medical expenses for a minimum of 30,000 Euros.

  6. How far back can a non-criminal record be dated for me to present it with my visa application?

    The non-criminal record cannot be older than six months

  7. What are the reasons my visa has been refused?

    In general a visa is refused if the application contains wrong information or false documentation. Moreover if the real purpose of the visit is different from the stated purpose, this visa will also be refused.

    The Embassy of Malta does not give reasons for refusals. If your visa has been refused you may send a signed letter of reconsideration to the Embassy for a review of your application by the Central Visa Unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Malta.

  8. If I am refused, can I submit an appeal?

    Yes, an appeal may be submitted within 30 days of the refusal. A letter of reconsideration needs to be sent to the Embassy of Malta in Beijing for a review of your application by the Central Visa Unit in Malta. If your application is reconsidered positively, a new application needs to be submitted and the visa fee needs to be paid again.

  9. If I am refused, after how much time may I apply again?

    An application may be submitted again at any time.

High Commission of Malta

AddressN60 Panchsheel Park, New Delhi, Delhi 110017

Hours:  9 AM to 5 PM

Phone011 4767 4900

Study in St. Julian’s

Study in St. Julian’s, Malta - St. Julian’s is a seaside town in Malta. It’s known for beaches like Balluta Bay, a rocky stretch with a promenade and restaurants. Bars and nightclubs line the streets of Paceville, an area south of St. George’s Bay Beach.

Study in Valletta

Study in Valletta, Valletta (or Il-Belt) is the tiny capital of the Mediterranean island nation of Malta. The walled city was established in the 1500s on a peninsula by the Knights of St. John, a Roman Catholic order. It’s known for museums, palaces and grand churches.

Study In Kalkara

Study in Kalkara, Kalkara is the home of SmartCity, Malta, SmartCity is a technology park under development in Kalkara, Malta. The plan is to transform the Ricasoli Industrial Estate into an information technology and media city on the models of Dubai Internet City and Dubai Media

Study in Msida

Study in Msida,  Msida is a harbour town in the Central Region of Malta with a population of 8,545. The town is located just west of Valletta on the northeast coast of Malta.

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