Study in Malta from Bangladesh. Due to the high volume of applications, appointment slots are running out rapidly. Apply Today and secure your appointment on time. As an international student, apart from choosing the right institution, it is also important to choose the right country for you to study in. Malta is a small warm-weathered European island which lies in the centre of the Mediterranean. The Maltese archipelago consists of three habitable islands – Malta, Gozo and Comino, with a total population of nearly 450,000.1 The Maltese islands enjoy a pleasant, temperate climate, characterised by long, dry summers and short, mild winters and is considered the second-safest country worldwide, as reported by the New Health in the 2019 Global Wealth Migration Review. The population is friendly and welcoming and individuals who relocate here to study or to work describe the transition period almost as non-existent as they are immediately made to feel at home.
Study in Malta from Bangladesh
Studying in Malta as an international student from Bangladesh involves several steps. Here is a general guide to help you through the process:
- Step 1: Applying for a course: Submit the application form along with documents according to the Document Checklist.
- Step 2: The documents of the student will be assessed; in case they are well in order the admission interview of the student will be conducted by the institute. Either Telephonic/ Skype Interview (Depends on Institute).
- Step 3: If approved, a conditional offer letter will be issued along with an Invoice to pay the application fee of 150 Euro. (Non-Refundable).
- Step 4: Once the payment is credited, the applicant has to schedule an Interview with Faculty. We will share the link for the same. (If any)
- Step 4: If the decision is positive, an offer letter will be issued and the student can transfer 50% of tuition fees to the college. Processing Time- 5-7 Working days
- Step 5: As soon as the student pays the fees, he/she gets a fee payment receipt & final admission letter (Processing Time- 3-4 working days)
- Step 6: After getting the final Admission letter and other visa documents, the student can prepare all the necessary documents to submit the visa application.
- Step 7: Send us the scanned copy of all visa documents. Once gets approved by the Data verification centre, Original letters from college will be sent to you and the applicant will get a call from Scholars Study Abroad for a Trial Interview.
- Step 8: Schedule an appointment with the nearest VFS and submit the Visa Application. Schedule an in-person appointment through the official website of the Malta consulate in your area; check the online calendar that shows the available dates and hours. Try to schedule the date of the appointment at least 60 days before your departure to Malta. (Nowadays, Most of institutions are helping to confirm appointment on time on behalf of students.
- Step 9: The application finally goes to embassy for the review; it takes a minimum 15 -20 working days to Share a Visa update.
- Step 10: After Submission: If you have already applied for a visa at the Malta Visa Application Centre you can Track your Application in the VFS Malta Website. The applicant will be called for a personal Interview at the Malta High Commission.
- Step 11: After getting the Visa, the student can fly to Malta as per the schedule after he/she makes the payment of remaining tuition fees (if any).
Refund Policy: In the event of a refusal of your visa application, your tuition fee will be refunded in full by bank transfer; However college will withhold the € 150 as an administration fee.
Tuition Fee Payment Instructions :
Use bank to bank-to-bank transfer method.
Transfer 50% of tuition fee before visa and exact fee in EURO Currency.
The charge for the bank-to-bank payment (if your bank does not add the charges, they will be automatically deducted by the bank from the payment you are marking. This will mean that the payment
Application Form duly filled and signed by the applicant
Updated Resume- Please note that the Resume should be updated.
All Educational Certificates including Mark list.
Transcript (if applicable)
Registration Certificate (if applicable)
MQRIC recognition letter – https://ncfhe.gov.mt/en/services/Pages/All%20Services/mqric.aspx
(MQRIC is a recognition letter which compares the level of last education of a candidate with the Maltese
Qualification Framework. Students need to apply for the same by themselves.)
Experience certificates(if applicable)
Why Study in Malta from Bangladesh?
- A member of the European Union.
- Well connected Second safest country worldwide
- Gastronomical Gem. When it comes to dining, Malta is an island of staggering options. The food scene is defined by an eclectic mix of Mediterranean cooking with strong Italian influences, fuelled by rich ingredients fresh from farms and sea. One may also find various restaurants offering vast international specialities, including Chinese, Indian, Thai and Indonesian.
- An average of 300 days of sun a year. Even in winter, Malta enjoys an average of 5 to 6 hours of sunshine and more than 12 hours a day in summer.
- Surrounded by water, Malta is famous for its beautiful beaches.
- Along with the Maltese language, English is Malta’s official language.
- A lot of things to do in your spare time! If you like the active lifestyle, you can enjoy a variety of sports and other leisure activities including hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, scuba diving, parasailing and windsurfing, amongst others. If you are more into the
entertainment lifestyle, Malta is famous for the various events hosted and its nightlife. Not to mention the various restaurants, bars and cafés across the Maltese island, which secure a fun night out with friends or the perfect spot to network.
- No need to go to India for Visa Stamping
- Visa ratio very high for Bangladeshi students, if you have IELTS minimum band score 5.5
Work while Studying in Malta
An international student in Malta does not require a working permit, provided that they hold a residence permit for studying in the country. Non-EU students are allowed to work 4 hours per day. If you want to work more than this specified limit, you should apply for a work permit.
In addition, you will likely enjoy your study here as you can seek part-time jobs to even further relieve the fees burden. If you are prospecting studying in Malta you are definitely making a well-informed decision with the best job opportunity in mind.
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