Universities and Colleges in Malta

Courses at the University of Malta (founded 1592 as the Jesuits’ College) include architecture, arts, diplomatic studies, education, engineering, law, medicine, sciences and theology. G F Abela Junior College (University of Malta) was established at Msida (greater Valletta) in 1995 to provide two-year pre-university courses. Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology offers a very wide range of vocational and professional education, with its main campus at Paola (greater Valletta). The International Maritime Law Institute is based in Malta. The female-male ratio for gross enrolment in tertiary education is 1.3:1 (2012). Literacy among people aged 15-24 is 98 per cent (2005).


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Universities and Colleges in Malta
College of Arts, Science and Technology, Malta
University of Malta