The University of Malta is a higher education institution in Malta. It offers undergraduate bachelor’s degrees, postgraduate master’s degrees and postgraduate doctorates. It is a member of the European University Association, the European Access Network, Association of Commonwealth Universities, the Utrecht Network, the Santander Network, the Compostela Group, the European Association for University Lifelong Learning (EUCEN) and the International Student Exchange Programme (ISEP). The precursor to the University of Malta was the Collegium Melitense, a Jesuit college which was set up on 12 November 1592. This was originally located in an old house in Valletta, but a purpose-built college was constructed between 1595 and 1597. This building is now known as the Old University Building or the Valletta Campus. The main campus of the University of Malta is located in an area known as Tal-Qroqq in Msida. It has a total area of 250,207 m2 (2,693,210 sq ft), and it houses most of the university’s faculties, centres, and institutions.
Area – 1.48 Acres
No. of campus – 3
The precursor to the University of Malta was originally established on 12 November 1592
Total Budget – €600,000