Study Medicine in Malta
Study Medicine in the beautiful island of Malta. Our five-year Medicine MBBS programme offers you the same curriculum that is taught at Barts medical school in London. Students are awarded a Medicine MBBS from the prestigious Queen Mary University of London (Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry), a member of the Russell Group which represents 24 leading research-led universities in the UK.
Students are taught in Malta by staff from Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry (Queen Mary University of London’s medical faculty) and local clinicians trained by the School. You’ll gain the Barts and The London medicine undergraduate experience while living in the Mediterranean. It’s a first-class place to study medicine abroad.
Why study Medicine MBBS at Queen Mary in Malta?
- Five-year full-time programme in clinical medicine
- Taught in English on the warm and welcoming Maltese islands in Europe
- Same core curriculum as the prestigious Medicine MBBS London programme
- Early clinical experience
- Listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools
- Junior doctor (Foundation Year One) positions available in Malta
- Competitive university fees for students from all over the world
What are the Entry Requirements?
- AAA from the NCUK International Foundation Year including Chemistry, Biology, and Maths (Science)
- English Language, EAP grade A with a minimum of grade B in writing
- UCAT score 2281
What are the Tuition Fees?
Studying Medicine at Queen Mary University of London, Malta Campus is one of the cheapest ways to obtain a UK Medicine degree. The tuition fee is approximately €19,500 (EUR) per year for 2019 entry. For the most up-to-date pricing, please visit QMUL Malta website here.
What is the Admissions Process?
Students will need to submit a personal statement, supported by a reference and must meet the minimum entry requirements, including any English language requirements and UCAT score. Promising applicants will then be invited to interview in front of a panel. If successful at interview, then a conditional offer will be made, subject to meeting the entry requirements (if exam results are not yet known) and completing an occupational health and DBS assessment. Please note that a UCAT score can also form part of an offer condition if the UCAT test is yet to be completed. Candidates must meet ALL of their conditions by August in the year of entry. Full details can be found here.
What are the Employability Options after Graduation?
Successful students will be awarded a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from Queen Mary University of London and will be ready to practise as Foundation Year Doctors. The MBBS is very well recognised internationally. It (or a variant) is the standard medical qualification offered by all universities in the UK and our programme is listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools with the appropriate sponsor note required for graduates to take the relevant steps to practise in the US, Canada, and Australia. We also know that students are able to practise in India and Nigeria.
Junior Doctor positions are available in Malta should students decide to stay there. UK and EU can return home to study their foundation years and we advise students from other parts of the world to confirm their status with their Home country.
Interested in finding out more or have questions about applying to QMUL Malta?
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