Malta is a wonderful place to pursue higher studies. It offers world-class universities and a great variety of accredited programmes. So if you have selected the university of your interest then you need to focus on your accommodation there. For the students who have a long-stay visa and concerns for their staying then read out the blog written by Ms. Drashti Soni, Sr. Admission Process Executive. She has wind up all the useful information in her blog for the aspirant students.
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What do I need to prepare before leaving my home country?
What type of weather should I expect when landing?
What is the healthcare system like?
These are the most common thoughts of students when it comes to arriving in Malta.
You may already have a checklist a mile long as you prepare to study in Malta. From packing the bag to carrying all the documents, there’s a lot for international students in Malta and those arriving soon to remember.
You have applied and received entry visas to study in Malta, but you do not know how to prepare and what to expect when you arrive in Malta?
You’re excited to be heading Malta for your upcoming adventure, but so as to own a carefree time; it’s knowing to invest a touch of your time up front to make sure you’ve covered your bases.
Here is a list of steps you should remember as you prepare for the adventure of student life in Malta.
If you’re flying to Malta, make sure you pack all of your key documents in a secure place in your cabin baggage. Keep your passport, arrival letter or acceptance letter (from university or college), educational documents, valid travel insurance, accommodation information and key phone numbers.
Also, make sure you carry below-mentioned documents in your bag.
Also do not forget to carry about 100 Euro-worth of your destination’s currency to make sure you don’t run into any money troubles upon arriving at your destination.
Fitting your entire life into a suitcase could seem a big task, but it’s also an opportunity to begin fresh. Pack simply for the immediate future, as you’ll be able to find most stuff you need in Malta. If you’re going to live in campus accommodation, check if it’s furnished (it usually is) and see what’s included. If you’re taking possession with roommates, get in contact with them beforehand and see what they have already got or what they’re bringing, as applicable.
Bear in mind that several small appliances from abroad might not work in Malta, because the voltage system is also different from that of your home country so make sure you have the proper power adapters and converters.
If you’re planning to bring a taste of home with you, Make sure to check Maltese customs regulations and airline restrictions on food, as these are often strict. As a thoroughly multicultural nation, Malta also has supermarkets and native groceries packed with food from everywhere on the planet, so as tempting because it might sound to pack your favourite foods, it’s probably not well worth the hassle.
When international students arrive in Malta, they pass through immigration. An officer will ask for a passport or travel documents and can ask some further questions. Tell the officer you’re coming to Malta to study. You must have to show some further documents:
You’ve made it to your destination! Don’t keep your loved ones worrying about you. Call or send a message and let them know you’ve arrived.
Last, but not least, enjoy yourself! Appreciate this excellent experience you’ve just spent months preparing for.
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