Welcome to Malta!
This small southern European country is best known as a popular tourist destination – but if you’d like to stay longer than a two-week holiday, why not choose to study in Malta?
One of the world’s smallest and most densely populated countries, Malta is a group of islands in the Mediterranean Sea to the south of Italy. The three largest of these – Malta Island, Gozo and Comino – are inhabited, with a total resident population of roughly 420,000.
Students from within the EU, the US and a number of other countries do not require a visa to study in Malta for less than three months. If you plan to stay for longer, check with your nearest Maltese embassy or consulate to find out whether you need a visa. If you do, the visa requirements for Malta ask you to provide:
All international students planning to study in Malta for more than three months must apply for an e-residence document, which is replacing the old identity card system. This requires many of the same documents and supporting materials listed above, and can be applied for after arrival in the country.