Study in Malta
There are three levels of education: primary, secondary, and tertiary (including higher and vocational training). The education system is based on the British system.
In primary and secondary, students can go to state, private/religious schools, or international schools. More than half of Maltese students progress to higher education.
Studying in Malta can be a wonderful combination of education and tourism, given Malta’s long history, a convergence of different cultures and traditions, love of the arts, mild climatic conditions, central Mediterranean location, and generally less expensive living costs. The average cost of living per month is around €940 including accommodation €320, food €280, books/stationery €70, and other €270.