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Step 1

• Nomination by your home university

You are to verify if there is a Bilateral Agreement between your home institution and UoM in the area you wish to study. You must be nominated by your home in this specific area of study by the stipulated deadlines. Your coordinator has to send an official e-mail in English to the International Office at UoM.


Step 2

• Application documents

Once you have been nominated by your home university you must send the following documents:

1. Enrolment Form : students need to fill in the online enrolment form (link will be sent by the International Office after receiving the nomination from the Home University Coordinator). 
2. Health Forms
          - General (not for Pharmacy, Medical & Surgery and Health Science students);
          - Pharmacy, Medical & Surgery students
          - Faculty of Health Sciences students
3. Photocopy of your passport/identity card;
4. Copy of the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC);
5. Copy of the Travel and Health Insurance: Students are requested to submit a Travel and Health Insurance that includes items which are not covered by the EHIC such as: personal belongings, health services, evacuation and repatriation. All students should ensure that they have an appropriate insurance cover for the full period of their mobility in Malta.
6. The official document issued by the Online Linguistic Support (OLS) showing the English level of the student: all students should have a good command of the English Language, be able to write assignments in English and also capable of following lectures in English with profit. The students need to have a B2 level in the English language. Those students who select study-units from the English Department, need to have a C1 level in the English Language.
7. Erasmus + Learning Agreement - Prior your arrival at the UoM, you are to select provisional modules and submit the Erasmus+ Learning Agreement to your respective institutional Erasmus Coordinator at the International Office. Details on available study-units are found in the following web site: This Erasmus+ Learning Agreement should be approved by the coordinators at your Home University and also by the Erasmus & Departmental Coordinators at the UoM. The English level should be indicated in the "Language Competence of the student" section in the Erasmus+ Learning Agreement.
8. Faculty of Health Sciences - Police Certificate of Conduct - In line with Regulation 81 (Paragraph 2) of the General Regulations for University Undergraduate Awards, 2004, students registered with the Faculty of Health Sciences are requested to present a certificate of Police Conduct issued by their local authorities. The certificate should be recent (issued within the last one month) and is to be submitted with the enrolment documents. This document is a requirement for admission. Students are required to submit an updated Police Certificate of Conduct if there are any changes during their Erasmus+ mobility in Malta.

These documents are to be sent by e-mail as a scanned document to

Step 3

• Confirmation

Students' acceptance is conditional to the receipt of all the required forms mentioned above. Acceptance is also subject to the approval by the International Office. The International Office will send you an official Letter of Acceptance together with other information. Upon receipt of acceptance letter, you may book your flight and make other arrangements. Students need to send information about flight and accommodation by e-mail to the respective institutional Erasmus coordinator at the International Office once details are confirmed.

Orientation Sessions 2018/19

1st semester: 28th September 2018
2nd semester: 8th February 2019


Last Updated: 23 March 2018

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