Malta - Jewel in the Mediterranean

The Maltese Islands have been described as one big open-air museum. What makes Malta unique is that so much of the past is visible today. Malta is holidaying as the mood takes you. And with near year-round sun, you can indulge in outdoor living at its best.

In just 48 hours and a kilometre or two, you can try a new sport, laze on an island cruise and tour the most important historic sites, and still have time to join in the nightlife.

A small sunny island in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea where English enjoys the status of an official language.

Malta Information

1. The Maltese & Hospitality
2. Language and Communication
3. Places of Interest
4. Hotels and other accommodation
5. Short Distances
6. Sports, Leisure Activities and Events
7. Peace and Quiet: Gozo
8. All-year Round Holiday Destination
9. Vibrant Nightlife
10. Malta’s Beautiful Beaches

1st January  New Year's Day
 10th February  Feast of St Paul's Shipwreck
 19th March  Feast of St Joseph
25th March  Good Friday
 31st March  Freedom Day
 1st May  Worker's Day
 7th June  Sette Giugno
 29th June  Feast of St Peter and St Paul
 15th August  Feast of the Assumption
 8th September  Feast of Our Lady of Victories
 21st September  Independence Day
 8th December  Feast of the Immaculate Conception
 13th December  Republic Day
 25th December Christmas Day

Unilang is open every day of the year except on Public Holidays. Courses start every Monday throughout the year.

*Students who have freedom of movement or Maltese citizenship can visit Malta without a visa.

*To view all Nationalities that do not require an entry visa to visit Malta –

*Students who have a multiple Shengen Visa can visit Malta without a Maltese Visa

*Students who have a one time entry Shengen visa can visit Malta without a Maltese Visa under the condition that they are      coming to Malta before visiting a country from the Shengen zone.

*Students who have a citizenship in one of the countries which belongs to the Shengen zone can visit Malta without Maltese  visa.

*Students who want to visit a third country after visiting Malta and before coming back to the country of their citizenship have  to have a visa for that third country before they apply for their Maltese visa.

*All other foreign nationals who are not listed have to apply for a visa for Malta which is issued by the Immigration Police. All  foreigners who are currently residing in countries where there is an Embassy, High Commission or Consulate of Malta should  apply at any of these offices where applications are processed and visas may be issued or refused.

*If an applicant lives in a country / state where no Maltese Embassy / High Commission or Consulate exists, the applicant will  find visa representation for Malta in either the Austrian or the Italian embassy that will represent Malta for this purpose.

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