Do you wish to study for your degree in the UK?
Over 37% of Maltese parents have recently indicated that they would wish their children to study overseas for their undergraduate degree, yet they are concerned to send their 17 year old children to live on their own in a foreign Country. When asked which Country will be preferred, over 80% indicated the UK.
A Perfect solution
Saint Martin’s Institute of Higher Education, is a Recognised Teaching Center for the University of London and is able to offers Maltese and international students living in Malta the opportunity to read for a BSc (Hons) in Business Administration partly in Malta, and finished off at Royal Holloway, University of London.
BSc (Hons) in Business Administration
Two academic years in Malta and the final year in England
The BSc (Hons) in Business Administration may be studied for two years in Malta, and then transfer to the third and final year and join the Royal Holloway classes through the following pathway;
1. Diploma in Entrepreneurship @ Saint Martin’s Institute
(60 ECTS-MQF level 5/UK level 4)
2. BSc (Hons) Business Administration @ Saint Martin’s Institute
(60 ECTS-MQF level 6/UK level 5)
3. BSc (Hons) Business Administration @ Royal Holloway University of London
(60 ECTS-MQF level 6/UK level 6)
“The Student will subsequently graduate as a graduate of the Royal Holloway, University of London.”
“Students will still have the option to complete the third and final year in Malta at Saint Martin’s Institute of Higher Education, and graduate by the University of London — but some parents may wish their children to have the experience of studying in a different Country.”
The minimum entry qualifications required to start this programme of study is four GCE ordinary levels or the equivalent, that must include Mathematics & English.
The tuition fees in Malta are of €5,240 per academic year!
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