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The following fees apply:

PLAS Units
4 ECTS credits Units: €180*

PLAS Tech Units (4 ECTS credits each)
4 ECTS credits: €340*
                       €200* for full-time University of Malta students

*A late application fee of €20 per Unit applies. 

The same fees apply for Maltese, EU/EEA and Non-EU/EEA nationals. Payments must be made through the online application process. On successful submission of your application form, you will be sent an email confirming that payment was received.

Fees are fully refunded only if the Unit is not offered due to an insufficient number of applicants or if the applicant is not accepted to follow the Unit after a short interview. If the student withdraws before the Unit starts or within the first month of the semester, the fee is refunded but an administrative fee of €20 is retained. After the first month of the semester, fees are non-refundable.

Please visit our FAQs section for further details.

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PLAS Applications are now being received
Click here to apply for PLAS Units commencing in February 2018
PLAS Testimonial Videos

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Parking Permit for PLAS Students
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LAS2100 Research Project
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PLAS Introductory Meeting Presentations

Click here to access the presentations delivered during the PLAS Introductory Meeting.

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