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Study in Malta

Malta officially the Republic of Malta (Maltese: Repubblika ta Malta), is a densely populated developed europe an country in the europe an Union.

Throughout its history, Malta location in the Mediterranean Sea has given it a strategic importance. It is a member of the United Nations (since 1964) and a member of the europe an Union (since 2004). Malta is also party to the Schengen Agreement (since 2007) and member of the eurozone (since 2008).


People and Culture

  • Throughout Malta long and chequered history, the people in Malta came into contact with the many countries that dominated the Mediterranean. The relationships with people of many different cultures made the Maltese amongst the most cosmopolitan people in the world.

Climate in Malta

  • The climate in Malta is warm and healthy. The average temperature in Winter (November till April) is 14°C and that in Summer (May till October) is 23°C. In Winter the Sun shines for an average of 7 hours and around 10 hours in Summer.


  • The population of Malta was estimated at 403,532 in 2008.


  • English and Maltese are both official languages.

Study in Germany

It is a better option for students who wants to get best education in abroad with or without IELTS. Germany is developed country in Western Europe. The country has a population of 8.2 million from which most of the population lives in urban areas. After united sates it is the second most popular immigration destination in the world. Germany’s capital and largest metropolis is Berlin, while its largest conurbation is the Ruhr. Also, it is the one of the most popular countries for international students. More than 12 percent of students at German universities and colleges come from abroad. It is an attractive place to study and experience a unique student life.

Why study in Germany? 

Germany is one of the most popular countries for international students. More than 12 percent of students at German universities and colleges come from abroad. It is an attractive place to study and experience a unique student life.

  • Choosing to Study in Germany is the right decision if you are looking for the best quality of higher education, best research infrastructure, teaching methodology, low-cost studies and career prospects.You have the chance to live and explore one of the world’s most developed countries by studying here. Also, it will provide the advantage to learn about its unique culture, history and landscape. Cultural diversity and students from all over the world. Hundreds of academic courses to choose from endless opportunities to work in Germany after you graduation.It is an interesting country to explore with a profound history. The cost of living, on average, is around 700-800€ including rent, food, transport, health insurance, telephone/internet, study materials and leisure activities. it has world class education by highly qualified staff. You can study every subject in English, no need to speak German.

Study in Poland

Poland (Polish: Polska), is a large country in central Europe . It has a long Baltic Sea coastline and is bordered by Belarus, the Czech Republic, Germany, Lithuania, Russia (Kaliningrad Oblast), Slovakia, and Ukraine.

Poland was first united as a country in the first half of the 10th century and officially adopted Catholicism in 966 AD. The first capital was in the city of Gniezno, but a century later the capital was moved to Krakow, where it remained for half a millennium.

Nowadays, Poland is a democratic country with a stable, robust economy, a member of NATO since 1999 and the European Union since 2004.

Education System in Poland

Primary Education

The reformed 6-year primary school was introduced in the school in the year 1999/2000 on the Implementation of the Education System Reform and is divided into 2 stages:

  • Stage I covers grades 1, 2 and 3, and is called integrated teaching. Teaching at this stage is designed to ensure smooth transition from pre-school to school education.
  • Stage II covers grades 4, 5 and 6.

Secondary Education

  • In the framework of the education system reform in 1999 three-year gymnasia were established as a first (lower) level of the secondary school. Since 2002 upper secondary schools have been operational.
  • Lower Secondary Education: Gymnasium offers 3-years of full-time general lower secondary education for pupils who completed the reformed 6-year primary school. It is compulsory for all pupils. The gymnasium is targeted at pupils aged 13 to 16 and is considered the last stage (Stage 3) of general compulsory education.
  • Upper Secondary Education: the age of pupils in upper secondary education is between 16 and 18/19/20 years. The upper secondary education is not divided into cycles.
  • Post-Secondary (non-Tertiary) Education
  • Post-secondary schools admit graduates of general secondary schools based on a secondary school leaving certificate. The age of pupils is between 19 – 20/21.
  • Post-secondary schools provide courses within the following groups of branches: teacher education, arts, economics and administration, medical studies, technology, agriculture, forestry and fishery, transport and communication, hotel services and computing. The most popular branches include: teacher education, economics, library science, hotel services and computing.
  • Duration of education depends on the type of occupation and for majority of them are 2- 5 years.
  • Tertiary Education
  • Under the new legislation non-state higher education institutions were established. In the academic year 2002/2003 there were 395 higher education institutions (including the military, internal affairs and church establishments), of which 125 were state and 270 were non-state institutions.

International Travel During COVID-19

Do not travel internationally until you are fully vaccinated. If you are not fully vaccinated and must travel, Before you travel

  • Make sure you understand and follow all airline and destination requirements related to travel, mask wearing, testing, or quarantine, which may differ from India requirements.