STUDENT VISA

Visa to Enter Malta

Students who are not under the Visa waiver program to visit Malta will need to apply for a Visa to enter Malta. 

Visa Requirements

In addition to the visa application form, a valid travel document and two (2) passport-size photographs, applicants need to produce the following documentation:

Proof of funds

Cash in convertible currency

Traveler’s checks

Check books for a foreign currency account

Credit cards

Any other means that guarantees funds in hard currency

The level of means of subsistence shall be proportionate to the length and purpose of the stay, and to the amount of € 48 per day.

Health Insurance

A valid individual or group Travel Medical Insurance to cover any expenses which might arise in connection with repatriation for medical reasons, urgent medical attention and/or emergency hospital treatment. The insurance must be valid throughout the Schengen Member States and cover the entire period of the person’s stay.

The minimum coverage is of € 30,000.

Accommodation

Hotel reservation or reservation for a similar establishment.

Documents proving the existence of a lease or a title deed, in the applicant’s name, to a property situated in the country to be visited.

Where a third-country national states that he/she shall stay at a person’s home or in an institution, the applicant must present a written declaration (Declaration of Proof) by the host which  vouches for the host’s commitment to accommodate.  The diplomatic mission and consular posts will verify such declarations, where such checks are necessary.

Certificate which vouches for the commitment to accommodate, in the form of a harmonized form filled in by the host/institution and stamped by the competent authority in  Malta, according to the provisions laid down in its national legislation.

Health Insurance

A valid individual or group Travel Medical Insurance to cover any expenses which might arise in connection with repatriation for medical reasons, urgent medical attention and/or emergency hospital treatment. The insurance must be valid throughout the Schengen Member States and cover the entire period of the person’s stay.

The minimum coverage is of € 30,000.

Temporary Residence Card (TRC)

Once you have arrived to Malta, all international students are required to apply for an Temporary Residence Card (TRC). During your Orientation Day, our Director of Student Affairs will explain the process to apply for your TRC. The TRC allows students to work up to 20 hours per week. 

Please note: You may not work until you have received your TRC.  

Rasa Zilinskaite
Assistant Director of Admissions
 

Maria Lia
Admissions Coordinator

Contact the Admissions Office!

If you have any questions about the admissions process, make sure to contact our admissions team. 

Email: admissions@aum.edu.mt

Phone: +356 2169 6970

 

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