Study in Malta

Malta officially the Republic of Malta (Maltese: Repubblika ta Malta), is a densely populated developed Europe an country in the Europe an Union.

Throughout its history, Malta location in the Mediterranean Sea has given it a strategic importance . It is a member of the United Nations (since 1964) and a member of the Europe an Union (since 2004). Malta is also party to the Schengen Agreement (since 2007) and member of the Eurozone (since 2008)

Why Study in Malta ?

Malta is a small island situated about 80 km of the south of Italy and 280km of east of Tunisia. This country covers 317 km² but has one of the most densely populated countries of the world behind Monaco, Singapore or Hong Kong. The capital city of Malta is Valletta. It has some 11,500 students including over 600 international students from 71 different countries, following full-time or part-time degree and diploma courses. More than 3,000 students graduate in various disciplines annually.

People and Culture

Throughout Malta long and chequered history, the people in Malta came into contact with the many countries that dominated the Mediterranean. The relationships with people of many different cultures made the Maltese amongst the most cosmopolitan people in the world.

Climate in Malta

The climate in Malta is warm and healthy. The average temperature in Winter (November till April) is 14°C and that in Summer (May till October) is 23°C. In Winter the Sun shines for an average of 7 hours and around 10 hours in Summer.


The population of Malta was estimated at 403,532 in 2008.


English and Maltese are both official languages.

Stage in Education System

Age in years



0 to 2


Childcare is provided in some sectors, but if parents are both working it tends to be a family member, such as a grandparent who helps out during this phase.

3 to 5

Early childhood

Education Daycare centres and nurseries.

6 to 7

First cycle

Primary school education in state schools is co-educational. There is one Independent boys school whilst the other Independent schools are co-educational. This is not the case in church schools; they are all single sex schools.

8 to 11

Second cycle

During this phase the school system starts preparing for the entrance exams. This is know as the Junior Lyceum exam.

12 to 16

Secondary School

Here the students prepare for their O levels (local Matsec GCSEs). When they are 13 years old they choose the main subjects which they will be studying. Supplementing these subjects are English, Maltese, Maths and Religion.

17 to 18


Sixth Form. Here students can either attend the Government system, the University Junior College or a Private sixth form

19 to 25


The majority of students usually attend the University of Malta

Czech Republic:

Czech Republic is an increasingly popular destination for international students. Study in Czech Republic means studying in the heart of high quality Education and research, especially in Engineering, medicine and sciences. These long traditions of quality education encourages the students towards Czech Republic visa and it is also famous for its Castles, Spas, pristine countryside that continues to emerge its medieval Charm.

Czech Republic is a nation located in central Europe which is also known as Czechia. It borders with Germany to the west, Austria to the south, Slovakia to the east and Poland to the northeast. Czech covers an area of 78,866 square kilometers and has 10.5 million inhabitants and the capital and the largest city is Prague with a population 1.2 million residents. Czech Republic posses a developed high income economy with per capita very high. The country is a member of the Schengen area since May 2014 having abolished the border controls. So before applying for the Czech Republic Schengen Visa you need to know about some basic details.

Capital: Prague

Motto: Truth prevails

Currency:  Czech Koruna

Official language: Czech

Climate: continental climate

Population (2017): 10,553,948

Government: Unitary parliamentary, constitutional republic

President: Bohuslav Sobotka

Prime minister: Milos Zeman

Religion: Czech is a secular country where freedom of religion is a constitutional right.

Geography: Czech Republic has been divided into 14 regions the most popular regions are Prague and central bohemian regions and Moravia region.

Why study in the Czech Republic?

Higher education in the Czech Republic enjoys a worldwide reputation for its high quality. This quality is safeguarded by a national system of regulation and quality assurance. The emphasis on education is understandable because it has always played a key role in the life of the Czech people. It was in Prague, in the year 1348, where the first university in Central Europe was founded (by the then Czech King Charles IV). Training and research were crucial for a new development of the nation in its modern history. The Czech Republic, a small country in the heart of Europe, is very much aware that international co-operation in science and innovation is a precondition of a long-term success in the globalized world.

Czech Republic is a place of cultural crossroads. Study in European nation is a excellent plan for college students who wish to develop an open mind and strengthen ability to work along with others of various backgrounds. Thus, it could also serve as a hub for further adaptation into the modern educational environment at both European and global levels. This country offers the highest living standards with the reasonable living cost. The Czech study system is also compatible with the ECTS (European credit transfer system)

Student organizations:

International organizations like AEGEE, AIESEC or IAESTE are running like  their branches in Czech republic. These organizations help the international students in various ways.

Low living costs:

As a student, you will surely appreciate its low costs of living it costs you only 400 approximately Euros per month, which is a very small amount as compared to that of France, Belgium and Germany.

Interesting work opportunities:

Many international companies have their subsidiaries and offices in the Czech Republic

Prague is close to all the big and beautiful destinations in the world:-

Vienna (333 km from Prague)
Berlin (351 km from Prague)
Amsterdam (877 km from Prague)
Paris (1034 km from Prague)
London (1268 km from Prague)
NOTE: Tuition fees are very low as compared to that of other European Countries.

Offer for international students:

There are about 42,000 international students, who are studying at higher education institutions in the Czech Republic and their interest is growing as the offer of study programs in foreign language is increasing. Czech universities are more and more concerned in a wide selection of international cooperation activities and programs taking place within the Europe and alternative countries.

How much can I work during the study?

If you are an Indian citizen, you are allowed to work 20 hours a week while studying, but please bear in mind that you are on a Czech Republic student visa for study purposes, therefore paid work cannot be your primary occupation during your stay. Your work should not affect your studies.

What is a blue card?

The work permit issued by 25 out of 28 European Member States is known as a European blue card. This card is issued for the highly-qualified non European citizens. Introduced in 2007 by the EU Commission, the Proposal became formally noted and enforced in 2009 because the EU Blue Card Directive with intentions to extend the economic development by making Europe a fascinating destination for qualified employees to follow skilled information and skills as well as permitting the free movement within the European Union for non-European Citizens.

Higher education

Bachelor’s degree program: The program duration remains 3 to 4 years duration depending upon the field of the study.

Masters degree program: Master program duration may vary from 1 year to 3 years.

Study in Czech Republic Visa Process

Step 1

Find out the right university, college and study program for yourself.

Step 2

Application document checklist:

Passport copy front and last page
Passport size photo

Marks sheets and passing certificates for all these levels:

Schools high school degree
ILETS if available
Work experience, if any
After getting invitation from university, documents required for visa process:

  1. Visa check list
  2. Application form
  3. Letter of acceptance from university or college
  4. PCC from passport office, Apostle and translated.
  5. 3 months bank statements and bank certificates (sating balance)
  6. International debit card with student name on it
  7. Proof of accommodations
  8. 2 photographs
  9. Passport (original)
  10. All academics original
  11. 2 years IT returns of self or sponsor
  12. Affidavit of sponsor
  13. SOP and covering letter
  14. ID proofs
  15. Dummy ticket two ways
  16. Embassy fee
  17. Travel insurance of 3 months (30000 euro coverage)
How to get the Czech embassy appointment?

The embassy appointment seems a complicated step in the visa process to Study in Czech Republic. But, it is not as complicated as it seems. Follow the link in order to book the appointment for your student visa.


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