Most of the colleges and Universities in Malta are clustered around the capital Valletta, on the northeast coast of Malta Island.
The only full-fledged University in Malta is the University of Malta, a publicly funded University which has around 11,000 students, including about 1100 international students. The University’s main campus is in Msida, just to the west of Malta’s capital city Valletta. There’s also a smaller campus in Valletta and another on Gozo, the second-largest island of the Maltese islands.
The University of Malta has been the centre for international academic exchange on the island throughout its 400-year history. The University of Malta is also the leading higher education institution in Malta, in which the language of instruction is English.
The Doctor of Medicine and Surgery is a five-year degree course. The content is delivered as modules which are largely based on systems. The course is divided into preclinical and clinical phases which are spread out over several semesters.
The aim of the program is to produce Dental Surgeons with a broad academic dental education who will be able to function in all areas of clinical dentistry, practising evidence-based, comprehensive dentistry based on a problem-solving approach, using basic theoretical and practical skills. This is a five-year degree course.
The Tuition fees for Medicine and Dentistry program is 26000 Euro per year.
For further details about the university, please visit the website: https://www.um.edu.mt/