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About Malta
Malta is a country located in Sothern-Europe. It’s known for its historical sites, the sunny weather, beaches and a thriving nightlife. The Maltese archipelago consists of three islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino.

Languages and Currency
Maltese and English are the official languages; Italian is also widely spoken. Euro is the official currency in Malta.

Travel and Visas
Malta is a member state of the European Union. International students (non-EU) must comply with regulations of the Maltese Government and must be able to travel to Malta (this includes temporary Visas).

Travelling to Malta
Malta is well connected via plane and ferry.

Staying in Malta
Students arrange their own accommodation during laboratory sessions in Malta. The sessions are scheduled during low or mid-season for short periods taking advantage of ample accommodation choices.

Getting Around in Malta
Getting around Malta: bus routes connect the island, taxi, bike sharing, scooter sharing, promenades

See and Do
Discover Malta and its 7000 years of history, outdoor living, nightlife, spa facilities and island hopping among them.

Typical Mediterranean climate distinguished by short winters and long, hot summers with cooling sea breezes.

Education Hub
Malta has a well-established educational system, based on the UK model. A mixture of state and private schools, providing qualifications up to post-graduate level, all fully recognised on an international level.