The University of Malta is a public higher education institution in Malta. It traces its origins to the founding of the Collegium Melitense which was set up through direct papal intervention on 12 November 1592, and was later established in 1769 as the “Pubblica Università di Studi Generali”. The university has a bustling cooperation activity, and has been actively participating in: Compostela Group of Universities, European Association of Erasmus Coordinators (EAEC), European University Association (EUA), European, University Continuing Education Network (EUCEN), International Student Exchange Programme (ISEP), RETI Network – the Excellence Network of Island Territories, SGroup – Universities in Europe, UK Naric, Utrecht Network, and Network of Universities of Small Countries and Territories (NUSCT). Additionally, it has participated in EU programmes and has won several projects in collaboration with partner universities. Currently, there are 1500 international students from 127 different countries studying at University of Malta. In addition, they receive about 700 visiting students every year.
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University of Malta (non-EU/EEA students)
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