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Queen Mary in Malta


Pre-arrival information

Countdown to Queen Mary

We will be in regular contact with you once you have received your offer to ensure you are supported and prepared for your time at Queen Mary Malta. However, we have included the basics below. Should you have any questions, please contact us.

Accepting your offer 

Accept your offer as soon as possible - Electronically sign and return your offer letter to our Admissions Team: Ensure that you read your offer letter and fully understand any conditions before returning this to us. Your offer deadline will also be included in your offer letter.

Paying your deposit 

To fully accept your offer, you must also pay a €2000 deposit. You can pay your deposit through bank transfer, to the following euro bank account. Your student ID number should be included in the reference section. Once you have completed this step, you should send proof of transaction to our Admissions Team to confirm transfer and receipt.

Bank Name

Barclays Bank Plc

Bank Address


Bank Account Name

Queen Mary University of London

Account Holder Address

Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS

Bank Account Number


Bank Sort Code

20 57 30


GB91 BARC 2057 3058 5859 66

Swift Code



Visa and immigration

EU students do not need a visa to study at Queen Mary Malta. The UK is a visa-exempt country for Malta.

International students (depending on nationality) do require a visa to study at Queen Mary Malta

Students who are unsure on whether they require a visa should contact Admissions Team for further information before applying for their visa. 

Occupational health form

You are expected to ensure that you have had the majority of the necessary immunisations prior to starting the course. 

The University will then assess the health questionnaire and may contact you for more information or clarification on the questionnaire and, if necessary, request that you attend an interview with either a doctor or an occupational health advisor. 

Please note it is mandatory, as per the Government of Malta’s regulations, for medical students to have received at least two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to be able to go on placement. These should be administered before arriving in Malta. In the case you are not able to get fully vaccinated before arrival, you will be required to complete your vaccination in Malta.

MBBS Malta Student Health Questionnaire 2024 [DOC 1,103KB]

OH GP Letter - MBBS Malta 2024 [PDF 214KB]


Police Check Clearance

UK students: Offer holders from the United Kingdom are required to complete criminal records clearance certificated by the Disclosure & Barring Service. To facilitate this, we will contact you with further instructions. If you haven't yet received this, please contact our Admissions Team with your application ID number. 

EU/International students: You must receive a Satisfactory Certificate of Police Conduct issued by your home country, or the country(s) you have been living in for the last five years. Once you have received this, you should send a scanned copy of your certificate to our Admissions Team and bring the original to enrolment.

Airport collection

Arriving in a new country to study can be both exciting yet daunting at the same time. Our friendly meet and greet service will be operating over our two arrival dates in September. Offering free transport for students from the airport to the student's accommodation in Gozo.  You will be met at Luqa International airport by members of the Admissions Team, who will then escort you via the scenic route back to Gozo!   

This is a great opportunity to meet other new students  as well as staff and can make your first few days at Medical School a bit less daunting. 

Please be advised that family members or friends who wish to accompany you on your arrival to Gozo will have to arrange their own transport and accommodation.

Living costs

For information about living costs, please click here.


The World Health Organisation (WHO) ranks Malta fifth in the world in terms of health system performance. The islands enjoy a high standard of living and feature excellent public and private healthcare facilities. When compared to other European countries, private medical treatment costs significantly less. You can visit a doctor for free at one of the community clinics located in all towns and villages in Gozo. New students are guided to the local healthcare services during their induction.

We encourage students to take out personal health insurance cover for the duration of their stay.

Students from EU and EEA member states and Switzerland are entitled to state health care services upon presentation of an original student European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) and an identification document showing proof of nationality. The EHIC card is to be applied for from your country of origin prior to leaving for Malta.

Contact us

If you have any further questions, please contact us.



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