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Degrees in Malta

Degrees in Malta

Situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, the island nation of Malta offers international students the experience of a lifetime, both inside the classroom and out. Malta's tropical climate is attractive to students from colder places, allowing them to enjoy the splendor of the Mediterranean sun and water throughout most of the year. The island of Malta combines both ancient culture with modern influences from a number of civilizations.

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English Course in St. Julian's, Malta
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Saint Julian's, Malta
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Malta coastlineAs one of the most densely populated countries in the world, Malta's more than 450,000 people live in a place of great importance in history, offering students a fascinating mix of old and new. With its strategic location in Southern Europe's Mediterranean archipelago, Malta has been ruled by a succession of powers including the Romans, Aragonese, Normans, Phoenicians, Arabs, Greeks, French, and British. Students in Malta can explore the living remnants of these peoples, providing a unique, living-classroom experience.

In 1964, Malta gained independence from the United Kingdom and became a republic in 1974. Today, Malta has 2 official languages: Maltese (the national langauge) and English. This offers international students the possibility to easily communicate with many people while also experiencing another language. It covers just over 316 km2, making it one of the world's smallest countries.

Malta has become an internationlly renowned tourist destination with a wide range of historical monuments and recreational areas, including 9 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Most famous may be the Maglithic Temples, some of the world's oldest free-standing structures.

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