Malta Travel Guide

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Malta Travel Destination
Balzan, Malta
Marsascala, Malta
Salina, Malta
Comino, Malta
Mdina, Malta
Sliema, Malta
Floriana, Malta
Mellieha, Malta
St Julian's, Malta
Gozo, Malta
Msida, Malta
St Paul's, Malta
Qawra, Malta

Malta Directory & Malta Travel Information

History of Malta :
Ancient Civilizations of Malta
Middle Ages of Malta
Knights of Malta and Napoleon
British rule and World War II
Malta Independence

Malta Etymology
Malta Geography

Malta Climate

Malta Politics & Government

Malta Administrative Divisions

Malta Economy
Malta Money & Banking

Malta Currency

Malta Population

Malta Languages
Malta Religion
Malta Migration
Malta Education
Malta Languages in Education
Malta Sports
Malta Special Activities
Malta Cuisines
Malta Healthcare
Malta Hospitals
Malta Medical Tourism

Malta Medical Associations

Malta Art & Architecture :
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Culture
Weddings in Malta

Malta Traditional Life

Malta Carnival
Malta Fantastic Creatures
Malta Mnarja

Malta Holy Week
Malta Music

Malta Literature

Transportation & Infrastructure :
Malta Highways

Malta Buses

Malta Railway

Malta New public transport network
Malta Ports & Harbours
Malta Airports & Heliports

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Malta Education


A vintage photograph of St Aloysius' College

Primary schooling has been compulsory since 1946; secondary education up to the age of sixteen was made compulsory in 1971. The state provides education free of charge, and the Church and the private sector run a number of schools in Malta and Gozo, such as St. Aloysius' College in Birkirkara,Savio College in Dingli and San Anton School in the valley of L-Imselliet, close to the village of Mġarr. The state pays most of the teachers' salary in Church schools. As of 2008, there are two international schools, Verdala International School and QSI Malta.

Education in Malta is based on the British model. Primary school lasts six years. At the age of 11 pupils sit for an examination to enter a secondary school, either a church school (the Common Entrance Examination) or a state school. Pupils sit for SEC O-level examinations at the age of 16, with passes obligatory in certain subjects such as mathematics, English and Maltese. Pupils may opt to continue studying at a sixth form college such as Junior College, St. Edward's College, St Aloysius' College and De La Salle or else at another post-secondary institution such as MCAST. The sixth form course lasts for two years, at the end of which students sit for the Matriculation examination. Subject to their performance, students may then apply for an undergraduate degree or diploma.

The University of Malta (U.o.M.) provides Tertiary education at diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate level. The adult literacy rate is 92.8%.


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Malta Travel Destination
Balzan Malta - Marsascala Malta - Salina Malta - Comino Malta - Mdina Malta - Sliema Malta - Floriana Malta
Mellieha Malta - St Julian's Malta - Gozo Malta - Msida Malta - St Paul's Malta- Qawra Malta

Malta Travel Informations and Malta Travel Guide
History of Malta : Ancient Civilizations of Malta - Middle Ages of Malta - Knights of Malta and Napoleon
British rule and World War II - Malta Independence

Etymology of Malta - Malta Geography - Climate of Malta - Malta Politics & Government - Malta Administrative Divisions
Economy of Malta - Money & Banking of Malta - Malta Currency - Population of Malta - Languages of Malta
Religion in Malta - Migration in Malta - Malta Education - Languages in Education
Sports in Malta - Special Activities in Malta - Malta Cuisines
Healthcare in Malta : Hospitals in Malta - Medical Tourism of Malta - Medical Associations

Malta Art & Architecture : Culture of Malta - Weddings in Malta - Malta Traditional Life - Carnival of Malta
Fantastic Creatures - Malta Mnarja - Holy Week of Malta - Malta Music - Literature of Malta

Transportation & Infrastructure : Malta Highways - Malta Buses - Malta Railway - New public transport network
Ports & Harbours of Malta - Airports & Heliports of Malta

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