Malta Business School is committed to enrolling a student body that includes students from around the world. The interactions among students with different backgrounds and experiences create a dynamic environment in which to learn and live. Going to school far from home is exciting and, at times, intimidating. At Malta Business School, we work hard to make sure you feel at home.
Why Study in Malta?
- English is recognised as an official language, and many Maltese also speak Italian or another language
- Fascinating surroundings of beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife, archaeological sites and picturesque harbour towns
- No need for a Visa for students from countries part of the Schengen convention
- One of the safest environments in the world
- Affordable cost of living
- Malta is economically and financially very strong
Why Choose Malta Business School?
High educational standards that are internationally recognised
One-year diplomas with access to top-up degrees
Top qualified trainers
International student mix
Teaching is done on case studies, open discussions, role plays and solutions finding
Focus on applicability of knowledge
Since our programmes are delivered in English, you are required to have at least an intermediate level in the language. This could be demonstrated to us through an English language certificate of proficiency (such as IELTS level 5.5 or equivalent). If this is not available, we will assess your level through a Skype interview as well as our own English language tests. If we feel you need to improve your language ability, we shall be happy to organise a short intensive course for you (length depending on your needs) prior to the start of your programme.
Students that are part of the Schengen Agreement do not need a Visa in order to travel to Malta.
Schengen countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.
Every EU citizen is entitled to travel freely within EU member states including Malta. No special formalities are required by EU citizens to enter Malta regardless of the reason for travel
Member States of the EU: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden.
Who needs a VISA to enter Malta?
Click here for a complete list of countries whose citizens would require a VISA to enter Malta.
Applying for a Visa
Visa applications must be in writing, giving all details required on the Visa Application Form which can be acquired free of charge from Malta’s diplomatic missions and consular posts or downloaded from the link below:
VISA Application – English/Arabic
VISA Application – English/Turkish
VISA Application – English/French
VISA Application – English/Chinese
The Visa Application Form must be wholly and legibly completed, and signed by the applicant, and accompanied by:
- Passport validity of which must not be less than three (3) months
- Two (2) passport-size photos, in colour and taken against a white background, with face clearly visible
- The VISA fee
- Acceptance Letter from Malta Business School for the course applied for
- Valid return ticket
- Proof of means of subsistence
- Proof of accommodation
- Medical insurance cover
- Any other documents which the relevant Maltese authorities may ask for
As an international student you are advised to go through the various courses we offer and then contact us. Our staff will advise you about entry requirements, validating your existing qualifications and experience, VISAs, accommodation in Malta, fees, payment options, and any other personal requirements. We will assist you in completing the Application Forms and later send you Acceptance Letters for VISA processing.
Our current staff speaks the following languages:
We will be happy to discuss your requirements through various means including online conference calls.