Study in Malta Number of Universities

One state university and a few private learning institutions

Number of Degree Programmes

Over 500 courses including medicine, dentistry, nursing, business and humanities offered at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. The University of Malta also offers PhD courses in several areas of studies.

Courses in English

All courses at the University of Malta are taught in English

Tuition Fee

About S$13,000 – S$21,000 per annum (for undergraduate and postgraduate courses)Medicine and Dentistry cost S$40,000 per annum


Needs-based scholarships are available at the postgraduate level

Living costs

Living costs are about S$1,600 per month


Students are allowed to work part-time for up to 20 hours per week during the course of their studies

Life after Studies

Students can stay in Malta for up to six months after completing their degree to work or seek employment