The study, Work and Live in Malta
Malta is one of the peaceful nations globally and has an ideal environment for international students where english is an active official language. Also, it offers an excellent standard of education and great opportunities. As a result, more students want to study in Malta. On top of this, the country has a low cost of living compared to the rest of Europe. You will pay a small fraction of what it would cost to study and travel in Great Britain, the Americas, or Oceania. Food, transportation, living expenses, and tuition are all very economical.
SHOW FUND - FINANCIAL MEANS
The requirement for international students is 75% of the minimum wage in Malta. In 2022, the minimum monthly wage in Malta was €792.3, which means as an international student you should have at least €594/month.
HOW MUCH WILL BE THE LIVING COST?
Malta’s average monthly cost of living is €1200 ($1285). This is inclusive of rent (considering current inflation).
PART-TIME JOBS IN MALTA
In Malta, you can work for a maximum of 20 hours per week and you must continue studying for a minimum of 15 hours per week. On an average an international student can earn 8 – 12 euros per hour as part-time.
Malta is one of the peaceful nations globally and has an ideal environment for international students where english is an active official language.