Get Qualified Malta Application Procedure
2.1 The course I would like to attend is not listed down in the list of approved courses. Does that mean that I cannot apply?
If the course falls within the subject list provided in section 3.1 of the Incentive Guidelines, you may apply. However, Application Number 2: Application for Courses to Be Considered As Eligible Under The Get Qualified 2014 needs to be submitted.
If the course is marked with an ‘*’, the student may either register themselves or may also request the training provider (or the representative through whom they are enrolling) to register them in the Get Qualified system. For courses which are not marked with an ‘*’ students may register themselves by accessing the portal by clicking here
Once registered students will receive a username and password enabling them to access the online system and submit their application. Students are reminded that following registration they are still required to submit their application through the online system, this must be done within ONE year from commencement date of the course.
When do I need to submit my application?
Students are required to apply for the tax credit within one (1) year of commencement of their course.
Application Number 2: Application for Courses to Be Considered As Eligible Under The Get Qualified 2014 needs to be submitted.
Nevertheless, this application should be followed by at least one student application within twelve (12) months from the approval issued by Malta Enterprise. Should no applications be handed in within the stipulated time-frame, the Corporation reserves the right to remove the course from the list of approved courses and to reject any re-submission of the same certification or qualification within the following twenty-four (24) months.
2.5 I failed from two (or more) different modules. May I apply for one resit per module?
Yes. Application Number 3: Resit Applications needs to be submitted.
No. Only the cost of one (1) resit per examination/assignment is eligible.
All the additional documentation requested is enlisted within each application form.
If a student is applying for the scheme and has already obtained the certificate and cannot provide his acceptance letter, he can upload the certificate instead of the acceptance letter.
2.9 I have entered the wrong credentials and the account is now locked. What can I do?
If a user inputs the wrong credentials for a number of times the account is locked and an email is sent to the registered email address of the account. The email consists of a generated link. Once the user clicks on this link, the account is unlocked within 24 hours and the user can log in again.
This is all done within the system itself. All the user has to do is click on the link generated in the email.
Note: Some mailboxes classify automatic emails as junk or spam, please check junk folders.