As part of its internationalization programme, the University of Malta is seeking to attract a number of non-EU/EEA nationals to study for Master’s and Ph.D. programmes in different areas of study and in so doing strengthen the research and innovation dimensions of the University.
Deserving students who successfully complete the admission process and who may not have the means to cover full tuition fees will be considered for full or partial fee waivers through a rigorous selection process.
* To qualify for these scholarships, candidates must not be in receipt of a full scholarship (tuition fees and living costs) from another sponsoring institution or organization. However, an applicant who holds a partial scholarship or maintenance grant to cover living costs from another institution may be considered. Such a scholarship or grant should be disclosed to the Selection Board when applying.
* Candidates accepted for Joint Degrees, Joint Programmes, International or Collaborative Masters, Professional Masters, Professional Doctorates and other Masters programmes offered on a part-time basis are not eligible for these scholarships.
The selection criteria are as follows:
* Academic ability of the applicant
* Quality of the Motivational Letter
* Performance during Interview (which may be conducted via the internet)
Number of Awards: A total of 100 scholarships will be awarded split over two schemes:
* Ph.D. and Masters Programmes (mainly by research *)
* Masters Programmes (mainly taught **)
Value of Award:
* Scholarships covering tuition fees of up to 100% shall be awarded to deserving applicants.
* Students will have to ensure that they have the means to support themselves throughout their studies in Malta and to cover expenses related to travel, accommodation and other living expenses, insurance, visa and residence permit, academic and other expenses
How to Apply: Visit link below.