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Get the Degree You Want

AUM offers 10 undergraduate programs and 3 graduate programs plus a talented team of faculty and staff to help find your future career. Whatever your passion is, we’ll help you find the path to success.

Whether you want to establish an innovative and financially successful startup, design the next generation of video games, or plan the layout of a futuristic city, you've come to the right place. 

The curriculum tackles a host of contemporary and pressing issues, with theory and practice meriting equal attention. Overseen by experienced faculty from leading universities around the world, the programs meet the highest international standards.

The English for Academic Purposes intensive program, facilitates the smooth transition from conditional to full admission of students who have not met the minimum requirement on standardized English tests. 

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Study in Paradise
This Mediterranean island has it all! Whether you’re looking for an outdoor adventure, a great dining experience or cultural festivals, there’s a variety of things to do. With 300 days of signature sunshine to enjoy, it’s no surprise that so many students choose Malta for their international education experience.

Student Life at AUM

Don’t just go to uni— get the most out of it.  At AUM, we encourage our students to participate in a long list of university-sponsored activities . From beach outings to island-wide cultural expeditions, we are dedicated to ensure our students have plenty of opportunities for fun. Our goal is to not only have a positive classroom experience, but also have plenty of opportunity to develop long lasting friendships. 

Our Campus

AUM is located in Bormla, also known as Cospicua, one of Malta’s iconic Three Cities. The area is rich in culture, varied history and restaurants and cafés by the beautiful waterfront. Our campus, originally designed by William Scamp, was used during World War II as a British naval base. Heavily bombed during this period, the building was left in ruins for many years. The restoration process included efforts to keep the historic preservation of artefacts within the building. [Read More]