Hello students! We hope you are enjoying our series of the experiential blog at your home. After educational blogs on Ireland, Denmark, Greece, France, and the UK we have come with an exclusive blog on Malta. The blog is written by Ms. Drashti Soni. She is a Sr. Admission Process Executive at Edugo Abroad who has been working with Malta universities for a long time. Her experience and good knowledge of the admission process compelled her to write this blog.
So read this educational blog about a beautiful country, Malta, which has established itself the most preferred study destination for international students.
WHY STUDY IN MALTA?
How great it would be for students if they can study the desired course with the same budget of India as in Abroad!!
Malta is a country with beautiful beaches, sun, and sea and country with the same weather as India.
#2. Wonderful study abroad destination with English-speaking region
The official languages of Malta are Maltese and English. Studying abroad can be difficult for students who feel nervous about living in unknown surroundings for a longer duration. For students who might feel less confident in an unknown environment, Malta is a marvellous destination with a high-quality lifestyle in Mediterranean island. Most of the universities in Malta organize several student activities throughout a year that will help you to know other local and international students and also know about Maltese history and culture.
#3. Supportive and safest countries in the world
Malta is a beautiful country with a beautiful architectural and historical monument, with friendly locals. Malta has been named the safest place to live in Europe. According to the review of 2019 Global Wealth Migration, published by the New World Health, Malta ranked second globally and first in Europe.
#4. Low cost of living
Prices on the island are generally very reasonable, whether students are looking at rent, food, transport, or general living expenses. Study in Malta for international students can be a very inspiring experience as living expenses in Malta is comparatively lower from the rest of the EU. As international students, your monthly living expenses can come around 1500 Euro per month. Also, most of the university in Malta offers good and low rate accommodations to their students.
#5. Work while studying
In Malta, students are allowed to work 20 hours per week while they are studying. Students can start working part-time after 90 days of arrival in Malta on their valid study visa. Students have to attend their classes for a minimum of 15 hours per week during work while study period. In 2020, according to the research, the national minimum wage in Malta remained fixed at 700 € per month.
#6. Students can get 70% fees back!
Once a student completes their degree in Malta, they can claim their 70% as Tax refund. After completing their course, once students are in the work permit, they can claim 70% fees as Tax refund under the Maltese Government’s Get Qualified Scheme. Almost 70 % of the tuition fee can be claimed. However, it depends on students’ performance and other factors while the candidate is in Malta.
Students always prioritize a place for a study where they can get quality education at an affordable price and Malta is the most suitable place for that. Edugo Abroad is guiding the students for such countries where they can shine their career. We not only guide our students but also make sure they deserve the best institute with the best programme. With Edugo abroad, students are confident for their career choice.