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Living In Malta

Information and guides about what you need to know when living in Malta

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Schools In Malta – General Information

Schools In Malta – General Information

Moving to a new country can be a very challenging experience, and this is especially true of your children. To help with the acclimatisation, selecting the right school will play a huge role in your children’s lives. If you have children over six, they will very likely want to have some input into the selection of the school that they end up attending, and you and your child should find out information regarding the different schools together.

An Overview of the Private Schools System in Malta

An Overview of the Private Schools System in Malta

The system of private schools in Malta offers education from kindergarten up to the end of secondary school – the same age range as Maltese state schools. They are licensed and regularly inspected by the Maltese government, ensuring the education provided is of an acceptable quality.

Health Insurance Malta – Finding The Right Provider 

Health Insurance Malta – Finding The Right Provider 

While the experience of an expat can be a great deal of fun, the fact of the matter is that planning ahead for any unexpected circumstances is very important. This is where health insurance Malta comes in. One of your concerns should always involve finding a professional health insurance provider which is able to supply you with superior levels of service.

Jobs In Malta: Search Tips and Resources

Jobs In Malta: Search Tips and Resources

Malta is an island nation located in Southern Europe. The official languages are Maltese and English. Finding a job here can be a challenge, especially for foreigners. Our job in Malta guide provides tips and resources that can help you find a job in Malta.

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Find A Job In Malta – Using Jobplus

EU Nationals can live and find a job in Malta. However, it is recommended that you contact Jobsplus before to moving to Malta to get acquainted with everything concerning living and

Malta Public Transport – Travelling In Malta & Gozo

Due to the islands’ small size, moving around in Malta and Gozo is quite easy.  The most common mode of Malta public transport is the use of public buses. The public route buses are pocket-friendly to
Top Travel Tips For Your Move To Malta

Top Travel Tips For Your Move To Malta

Moving to Malta can be a wonderful experience, offering ample working and studying opportunities. Apart from that, the islands are home to many fun leisure activities. Check our top travel tips when moving to Malta.

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Banking Services in Malta – How to open a bank account?

Banking Services in Malta – How to open a bank account?

For you to open an account, you have to physically visit a branch, and it is recommended that you phone ahead to make an appointment. There are some documents that you need to successfully open an account. Read more about the procedure of opening a bank account in this article.

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How to Apply for a Residence Permit in Malta

How to Apply for a Residence Permit in Malta

You can only apply for a residence permit in Malta to the Department for Citizenship and Expatriates Affairs, which is in Valletta. Somebody else can present the application form for you, but you will have to collect the permit yourself.

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The Maltese Health Care System Explained

The Maltese Health Care System Explained

Today it has a publicly paid for health system where medical services are provided for no charge at the point of delivery, as well as a private healthcare system. The nation has a strong tradition of GP led primary care, and secondary and tertiary care is also provided by the public hospitals of the country if needed.

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Car Rental Malta – How To Get Around

Car Rental Malta – How To Get Around

If you’re planning on visiting the Maltese Archipelago, you may stress out about how to get around once you get there. The Mediterranean island is small in size which means getting around it is easy and hassle-free. However, if you haven’t visited the island before, you may find it difficult to know whether its best to opt for car rental in Malta.

4 Of The Best Banks in Malta for Expats

4 Of The Best Banks in Malta for Expats

If you’re an expat in Malta looking for a suitable bank, you have several alternatives to choose from ranging from international banks to small local banks. In case you want to focus on the best option for your specific situation, we recommend four options: Bank of Valetta, HSBC Malta, IIG Bank and Sparkasse Bank Malta. 

Getting a Loan to Buy Property in Malta – The 5 Steps

Getting a Loan to Buy Property in Malta – The 5 Steps

Almost everyone thinks about one day buying their dream home, or running a business from their own shopfront or offices. If you could afford buying property in Malta outright, without getting a loan, might be the best way to make this purchase. But most of us require a loan to achieve this goal.

Who Needs a Malta Work VISA?

Who Needs a Malta Work VISA?

Am I Obliged to Take a Maltese Work Visa? Just like in every country across the world, you need to find out whether a work permit is required in Malta. Some conditions may exempt you from a work permit which is based on your type of work and nationality.

Visa Types for the Republic of Malta

Visa Types for the Republic of Malta

Discover the different available Visa Types in Malta, according to their purpose. In Malta there are three different types of Visa that you can apply for.

Visa Application Advice for Expats and Visitors in Malta

Visa Application Advice for Expats and Visitors in Malta

Before you depart on your journey to Malta you should make sure that you have a valid visa. You can apply for a visa at the Maltese embassy located in your home country or in one of the EU Member States which Malta holds an embassy with.

Schengen Visa Information and the Member States List

Schengen Visa Information and the Member States List

The Schengen Visa Agreement stands for 26 distinct European states that have abrogated their internal borders with their neighboring nations and those outside to ensure there is free and unobstructed movement of people, services and capital.