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Entry requirements depends on the colour attributed to the country/zone of departure, according to Malta’s national classification as per Legal Notice 244 of 2020. Countries/Zones are currently classified as Red and Dark Red.
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2. DocumentsWhich Documents are required?
Expatriates Unit The Expatriates Unit is involved in the legal migration process and caters for the processing and issuing of residence documentation. This involves the implementation of the provisions of national legislation with regards to the EU nationals’ freedom of movement and other regulations concerning third-country nationals residence documentation. EU nationals exercising their Treaty Rights in Malta are issued with a residence document that reflects their immigration position in Malta. Whilst third-country nationals are issued with a residence permit which authorizes them to legally reside in Malta and gives them the mobility to freely travel without a visa within the Schengen Area and cross its external border. In accordance with the Identity Card Act (Cap. 258), both residence document and residence permit shall serve the purpose of an identification document.
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3. AccommodationWhere can I find accommodation?
Government Services and Information - Renting and purchasing a property
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4. AsylumHow can I request asylum?
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5. Medical servicesHow can I access medical services?
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6. WorkCan I work?
Life events section - Looking for a job
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The courses at UM at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels are designed to produce highly-qualified professionals in multiple disciplines. To pursue their studies at UM, local students require the Matriculation Certificate awarded by the MATSEC Board while international students require equivalent qualifications. The language of instruction at UM is English. Applicants who have completed their secondary education overseas must satisfy UM’s English language requirements by presenting a Secure English Language Test (SELT) result. A basic Foundation Studies Course enables international high school students, who have completed their secondary or high school education overseas, but who do not have the necessary entry requirements, to qualify for admission to an undergraduate degree course at UM. Another opportunity provided by UM to apply for a course at undergraduate and taught postgraduate level is through the Recognition and Accreditation of Prior Learning (RPL).
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8. TransportHow can I get transport?
Malta Public Transport
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9. Internet accessHow can I access the internet?
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