Study in Malta
Malta is in Europe. Malta is located in the central Mediterranean Sea. Geographically, it is located in the South Eastern Region. Malta is the 4th safe and politically stable country. Malta has a long history and has been inhabited since settlers from Sicily arrived around 5200 BC. Malta is very rich in history which goes back 7,000 years. Since Malta is a small group of islands, travelling is easy making beaches, entertainment spots, cultural places, shops, commercial centers always within easy reach.
Malta has two other main sister islands (Gozo and Comino) which are ideal for vacation especially the Blue Lagoon and Crystal Lagoon found in the small island of Comino. Valletta is the capital city of Malta, colloquially known as Il-Belt in Maltese. Valletta has been voted as the European Capital City for culture for year 2018. English is the prevailing language in Malta. The Maltese education system is based on the UK model.
Malta is economically and financially very strong. Entertainment in Malta is considered to be one of the best in the Mediterranean region and even it is very safe. Malta has around 300 days of sunshine per year. The currency in Malta is Euro (Around 79 INR).
Benefits of studying in Malta :
- Malta is a wonderful study abroad destination for students who are more comfortable in English-speaking regions.
- Malta – a sunny tiny island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, rich in history, has two official languages, Maltese and English, and is a host for many foreign students wishing to augment their English Language Learning.
- The weather, culture and food are extraordinary.
- Malta is a mecca for outdoor activities.
- Malta is 4th safest country in the world.
- The sandy beaches, clear waters and friendly Maltese atmosphere attracts people from all over Europe.
- Malta is, today, intriguing to visitors because of its fascinating fusion of the international and the traditional, the southern Mediterranean atmosphere and climate which comfortably exhibits a stunning array of influences from the different cultures that have come to bear on this group of islands.
- Students who shared apartments or resided with a host family felt that they had more opportunities to socialise with other, enjoy other people’s company and let’s be honest, nobody likes dining alone.