50 scholarships are available
- The University will be offering a maximum of fifty (50) fee waivers at Master’s level. This will consist of a yearly waiver of €5,000 (five thousand Euros) for up to 50 suitable applicants, deducted from the applicable tuition fees.
- The fee waiver will apply for the normal duration of the Master's course being followed, which could range from a minimum of three semesters (90 ECTS) to a maximum of four semesters (120 ECTS), as applicable.
- The offer is open to applicants of programmes of study starting in October 2017.
- Preference will be given to taught programmes, although the University may also consider granting fee waivers for Master's programmes conducted by research.
- The Collaborative and Dual Degree Programmes, as well as the programmes run by the International School of Foundation Studies, are excluded from these scholarship and fee waiver offers.
- Applicants must not be nationals or residents in the EU, European Economic Area or Switzerland
- Applicants must be among the highest achievers (minimum second class upper level classification or equivalent) in their undergraduate studies and in receipt of an unconditional acceptance letter for a full-time programme from the University of Malta
- Applicants must not be in receipt of a full scholarship (tuition fees and living costs) from another sponsoring institution or organisation. However, applicants who hold a maintenance grant, to cover living costs, from another institution may also be considered. Such a grant should be disclosed to the Selection Board when applying.
- Applicants must not already be in possession of a degree at Master’s Level.
Access the Online Applications portal to apply for postgraduate programmes at the University of Malta.
- Copy of passport/ID card
- Two reference letters from former employers or academic tutors
- Curriculum Vitae
- Acceptance letter from the University of Malta indicating unconditional acceptance.
The Selection Process
The Selection Board shall be appointed by the University of Malta.
- First cycle degree classification and other tertiary level qualifications
- Reference letters
Successful awardees of the scholarship shall be required to sign an agreement that specifies the terms and conditions of the scholarship.
The University of Malta reserves the right to review the award if any information disclosed is later found to be untrue.
The final confirmation of the scholarships will be published when the awardee agrees to the terms and conditions of the award stipulated and sign the agreement. If the awardee fails to sign the agreement, the scholarship may be awarded to another applicant according to the respective rankings following the selection.