University of Malta Scholarships and Fees FAQs
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SCHOLARSHIPS AND FEES
I intend to apply for a scholarship/sponsorship (like ‘Endeavour’) in relation to my application to follow a course with the University of Malta. Can I apply before I submit the scholarship/sponsorship application form?
Candidates who are applying for scholarships, which are administered by the Programme Implementation Directorate within the Ministry for Education and Employment, are encouraged to submit their University application at the earliest so that letters of acceptance can be issued by the deadline established by the Programme Implementation Directorate.
Applicants who will be applying for such scholarships must submit an online application for their preferred University course before submitting the scholarship/sponsorship application form as with their scholarship application they must also upload the acknowledgement email they would have automatically received once their application has been successfully submitted.
It is the responsibility of applicants to inform the University should they apply for one of the above- mentioned scholarships after submitting the University application form. This may be done by sending an email to email@example.com
I have previously been a student at the University of Malta and need to present a transcript to the Programme Implementation Directorate because I have applied for a scholarship. From where do I get this?
Applicants can apply for a detailed transcript by completing an online application form available at: http://www.um.edu.mt/registrar/recordsapplication
Please ensure that in the ‘Notes’ section of this form, you indicate that you have applied for a scholarship. It is important to note that more lead time is required in order to prepare transcripts for studies completed prior to 2003 because no electronic records are held before that date. The deadline for the submission of said transcript is determined by the Directorate.
Who will inform the Programme Implementation Directorate that I have been accepted to follow a course at the University of Malta?
Once a decision regarding the outcome of your application has been reached, staff from the Admissions
&Records Office will send the letter by hand to the Programme Implementation Directorate by the stipulated deadline. A copy of the letter will also be sent to the applicants.
I currently have financial difficulties. May I be exempted from paying the application fee?
No. Exemptions are not permissible.
I wish to withdraw my application. Will my application fee be refunded?
Application fees are non-refundable. The University will only consider refunding the application fee if the course does not commence due to an insufficient number of qualified applicants.
Who is exempted from tuition fees and for which courses?
A structure for tuition fees is in place for both undergraduate and postgraduate courses and varies depending on whether students are EU/EEA or non-EU/EEA nationals. Additional information may be obtained from the following link: www.um.edu.mt/finance/service/coursefees