Malta is a small island country located in the south of Italy and 280km east of Tunisia, covering an area of 316 km² with a population of 515,000 people. The climate of Malta is typically the Mediterranean, with hot, dry summers, warm, wet autumns, and short, cool winters with adequate rainfall. Known as the 'hidden gem of the Mediterranean', Malta is idyllic, peaceful and safe. The capital of Malta is Valletta, which is located on the island’s north coast.
1. Extremely economical
2. English speaking country
3. Safest abroad study destination
4. World-class education
5. Breathtaking places and landscapes