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Maltese graduates have the highest employment rate in Europe

Why study in Malta?

Due to its prime, central location between Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, in addition to the fact that Malta, where English is an official language, is a member of the European Union, more and more education establishments from overseas are vying to set themselves up on the island to attract more international students who wish to study abroad with a view to developing the thinking, creative and entrepreneurial skills necessary in our fast-moving globalized world.   

As universities with significant global recognition (as well as the many other tertiary institutions in the MALTA), studying there will get your career off to an excellent start.

It is also interesting to note that graduates in Malta have the highest employment rates in the European Union. Did you know that in 2019, Malta went over and beyond the projected EU target of 82 percent graduate employment?

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Promoting International Study

The figures for global international students are predicted to boom to around eight million by 2025 and Malta, which has always been internationally acclaimed as a prime English language teaching hub, is set to find itself with an ever-rising share of the tertiary education sector too.

Education Malta is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the internationalization of education in Malta and invites foreign universities to set up a presence on the island. Launched in 2016, it has already made major strides towards integrating Malta into the global education market. It is now a part of the EU's Study in Europe project and the Global Education Network.

 

A great place to improve your English

Due to its prime, central location between Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, in addition to the fact that Malta, where English is an official language, is a member of the European Union, more and more education establishments from overseas are vying to set themselves up on the island to attract more international students who wish to study abroad with a view to developing the thinking, creative and entrepreneurial skills necessary in our fast-moving globalized world.

Malta is a great place to learn the lingua franca of the global business economy -- English. Around 75,000 international students enroll in English language courses every year. A large proportion of the students come from Italy, while Malta also attracts a significant number of French and German learners. Some travel from much further afield, including South America, the Middle East, and South Korea.

The majority of international students arrive in July, combining a summer vacation with a chance to improve their English. General English is the most popular course. It focuses on four key language skills – reading, writing, listening, and speaking – with additional work on vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation. Courses are between 15-30 hours a week, which includes a significant amount of one-to-one tutoring. Other course options include intensive English, English for work, business or academic English, and 50+ programs tailored to mature students.

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Exciting job opportunities

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This is exciting news for those in the international student community. It is also interesting to note that graduates in Malta have the highest employment rates in the European Union. Did you know that in 2019, Malta went over and beyond the projected EU target of 82 percent graduate employment? Malta boasts the highest employment rate of recent graduates in Europe, way ahead of larger countries such as Germany and the Netherlands.

Back in 2004, Malta rewrote its regulation for iGaming, a multi-billion dollar industry that includes sports betting, online poker, and other forms of online gaming. The new regulations reduced business rates, cut taxes, and fast-tracked visa applications for highly-skilled workers. These new rules made Malta an attractive destination for gaming companies, and this small Mediterranean island is now home to some of the biggest names in the business, including UK's PlayFrank and Paddy Power/Betfair.

Financial experts believe Igaming will be worth around $127billion by 2027. That means plenty of well-paid job opportunities for skilled graduates. iGaming companies are always on the lookout for coders, designers, business development managers, analysts, account executives, traders, and data scientists. The majority of these roles offer generous remuneration packages, especially as you progress to more senior positions. For example, entry-level data analysts earn around $39,000 a year, while a head of business data and intelligence can command a salary of up to $90,000.

 Popular Courses in Malta

There are more than 150 programs in different levels provided by different universities and colleges across Malta, below you can find what are the most popular among all the courses

Coding Station

Computer Science & IT

Software Development
Business Analytics

iGaming

Champagne

Hospitality & Tourism

Hospitality Management
Tourism Management

Business Presentation

Business & Management

Business Enterprise
Financial Service Management
Procurement & Finance

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Community Services

Beauty Specialist
Sport, Exercise & Health
Development, Coaching, Fitness

Engineering Class

Engineering

Robotics,AI & Drone Tech
Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering

Nurse Helping a Patient

Applied Sciences

Nursing Studies
Pharmacy Technician
Horticulture & Veterinary 

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