St. Martin's Institute of Higher Education in Rankings
Tuition and Scholarships at St. Martin's Institute of Higher Education
Cost of living at St. Martin's Institute of Higher Education
130 - 280 Euro / month
250 Euro / month
Cost of living
70 Euro / month
Free, the University offers shuttles
About St. Martin's Institute of Higher Education
St. Martin's Institute of Higher Education was established in 1985 to provide training in computer studies in the absence of such courses in Malta. Knowing from its very humble beginnings, the Institute owes its growth to the values of quality education that its founders and first employees have always advocated. Every student group achieves excellent results every year, regardless of their level. These achievements are automatically spread by St Martin's very positive word of mouth, which brings in more students and pushes the college to offer higher levels of education.
Why Study at St. Martin's Institute of Higher Education
Highly regarded and internationally accredited, the university certification is world class, hence chances of internship recognition and employment after successful graduation are high.
Modern style and design campus with 21st century infrastructure and facilities. Students can immerse into a healthy learning environment offered by the institute.
International Study Environment
A largely diversified, friendly and united racial environment (students from over 50 countries), hence new students can easily assimilate and feel at home
The institution has a diverse group of lecturers with substantial experience, having worked with respected international organizations worldwide.
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Hamrun is a small town near Valletta and Grand Harbour in Malta with a population of about 8,800. It is built on a slowly rising plateau in the Tas-Samra region. The streets of Hamrun are mostly straight and narrow, surrounded by police stations.
The villagers are traditionally associated with two groups: Tas-Sikkina meaning "Swordsman" or Ta'Werwer, and "Fear" or "Scare". This may be due to a problem with the image of the local football team. Today, Hamrun is a thriving business district. In fact, St. Joseph Avenue is full of shops and restaurants. It is lined with offices and showrooms.
San Gaetano is held every year on the first Sunday after August 7th. There are two major bands in the city, and there is a lot of competition between them. stone. Gaetano's band was called "tat-Tamal", while another St. Joseph was called "tal-Miskina".
Choose to study at St. Martin's Institute of Higher Education and enjoy the scenic beauty of Hamrun.