Higher education is mainly provided by the three following institutions. Details on courses, requirements and tuition fees of every institution are provided. Please also refer to the links provided.
- The University of Malta
It offers courses to obtain certificates, diploma, first degree, masters and doctorate.
For undergraduates if under 23 years 2 A' Levels and 4 Intermediates and if over 23 years, knowledge of the English Language is required. Qualifications are an asset.
Tuition fees for Full-Time Undergraduate Students
For EU citizens fees range from €900 to €2,400 per 30 ECTS
For non EU citizens fees range from €4,050 to €5,100 per 30 ECTS
Tuition fees for Part-Time Undergraduate Students
For EU citizens fees range from €300 to €875 per semester
Tuition Fees for Masters
For EU citizens fees range from €500 to €4,300 per semester. Enrollment fee of approximate 500 applies.
For non EU citizen fees range from €7,000 to €10,000 per year
Tuition Fees for Doctorate
For EU citizens from €450 to €500 per semester. Enrollment fee of approximate 600 applies.
For non EU citizens fees range from €6,200 to €10,500
For further information about these fees please click here.
- Malta College of Arts Science and Technologies
This college offers courses to obtain certificates, diploma and in some courses even degree
No requirements for Foundation Courses
O' Levels for certificates and Diploma
Free for EU citizens
For non EU citizens fees range from €5,500 to €6,500 per year
For further information about this college please click here.
- Institute of Tourism Studies
It offers courses related to hospitality and the tourism industry.
Free for EU citizens €2,230 per year for non EU citizens
Mainly all courses require 2 O' Levels and minimum age should be 16 years.
For further information about this institute please click here.
- To accredit and validate your qualifications please refer to the website of Malta Qualifications Council by clicking here.