Middlesex University Malta Tuition Fees 2017 - 2018
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Going to university can be a big financial commitment. Here we provide you with information and advice about tuition fees and funding available to study at Middlesex.
Paying your fees
The easiest way to pay your fees is by making a bank transfer and notifying our admissions team by email once the transfer has been made. Bank details are provided in your University Guide. Once the University has received the funds, a receipt will be sent to you.
Other methods of payment available at the campus reception include:
- Credit or debit card payments
- Local cheques made payable to: Middlesex University Malta
- Student Smart Card
You can also pay your tuition fees in installments. See the tables below for more information.
Maltese and other EU students - October start
|Full time - Undergraduate and postgraduate||50% September 2017|
50% January 2018
|Part time - Undergraduate and postgraduate||25% September 2017 25% January 2018|
25% September 2018 25% January 2019
Flexible monthly payment terms are also available upon request.
International students - October start
|Undergraduate||50% on acceptance of unconditional offer|
50% by January 2018
|Postgraduate||50% on acceptance of unconditional offer|
50% by January 2018
This is an award which is given to all graduates of Middlesex University who have achieved a first or second class honours degree. An application to any postgraduate programme at Middlesex University which meets the stated entry requirements will automatically be subject to a 10% discount on the tuition fee.
Academic Merit Scholarship
The Academic Merit Scholarship requires applicants to have passed their undergraduate degree with an upper second or first class honours degree, and to fulfil all the stated entry requirements for the postgraduate programme of their choice.