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University of Malta (UOM)

University of Malta (UOM)

The university in Malta accommodates around 7500 students. It is the only university on the Maltese Islands. Citizens of the European Union are not required to pay any tuition fees - at least for the moment.

The main nationalities studying at the university are Maltese, Chinese, Russians and students from the eastern European countries like Bulgaria, Ukraine, Belarus, etc.

The spoken language at the university is English.

Official website of the Universtiy of Malta (UoM)

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