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Add an International Dimension to your Marketing Degree

Marketing students have a unique opportunity to spend part of their degree studying at a partner University in Europe. Erasmus is a European initiative that allows full time university students to study or work abroad as part of their degree in 33 European Countries. Spending a semester abroad is an opportunity which few people have in their lives. For those who do, that time can be the most rewarding in terms of personal development and establishing your career direction for the future.

Why go abroad?

  • It looks good on your CV
  • There is a grant available to help you cover costs.
  • Students return more confident, motivated and independent.
  • Opportunity to have travelled to interesting places.

Where can I go?

Erasmus exchanges are course specific so where you can go will depend on what you are studying. The University of Malta currently has several exchanges across Europe so there is a good choice. You can select where you can go according to the subjects offered.

Does it count towards my degree?

Yes. Credit gained whilst on Erasmus does count towards your degree. You must, therefore, study courses relating to your degree and obtain approval for your programme of study from your department’s Erasmus coordinator.  

When can I go?

Generally you can go in your second year for the second semester or for the full year.

How much does it cost?

Tuition fees are paid by the programme. In most cases you will also qualify for an Erasmus Student Mobility grant to cover some of the extra costs of studying abroad like accommodation, food, travel, books, insurance and any other living expenses. International students are also eligible to apply for an Erasmus student mobility grant if they are participating in the programme.

More Information and Applications Forms

Contact the University of Malta Erasmus Office for more information on participating universities, application forms and funding information.

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Dubrovnik International Economic Meeting 2017
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Half Day Seminar

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-How to Bullet Proof your Organisation

Wednesday 18th October 2017, 1600hrs - 1930hrs

Venue: Lecture Theatre 2 (LT2)

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Last Updated: 29 March 2016

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