Useful Information

Public holidays in Malta each year: New Year’s Day (1st of January), ​Saturday 10th February (Feast of St. Paul’s Shipwreck), ​Monday 19th March (​Feast of St. Joseph), ​Friday 30th March (Good Friday), Saturday 31st March ​ (Freedom Day), ​Tuesday 1st (May ​Worker’s Day), ​Thursday 7th June (Sette Giugno), ​Friday 29th June (​Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul), ​Wednesday 15th August (​Feast of the Assumption), ​Saturday 8th September (​Feast of Our Lady of Victories), ​Friday 21st September (​Independence Day), ​Saturday 8th December (​Feast of the Immaculate Conception), ​Thursday 13th December (​Republic Day), ​Tuesday 25th December (​Christmas Day).

School Holiday Closure: From 21st December 2019 to 5th January 2020.

School opening hours: From 9:00am to 6:00pm – Monday to Friday

How to apply: Request an enrollment form, complete it and send it back to our College, alternatively you can complete our online enrollment form. We will send an invoice stating the fees to be paid. We will then provide you with the necessary documents you will need for your arrival in Malta.

VISA information: It is important to check if you require a visa to visit Malta for study or as a tourist. In general, students visiting Malta and traveling with a passport issued in European Union (EU) or European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries do not require a visa to enter the country. Malta does not require that passport holders of a number of other countries obtain a visa before arrival. Refer to this link to get further information about VISA requirements to enter in Malta: Events/Pages/Moving to Malta/Moving-to-Malta.aspx