Welcome to the American University of Malta! A private, American-style university dedicated to higher education and research for an international community at the highest standard. The degree programs, research activities, and service to the community transform lives and serve society by educating ethically knowledgeable citizens, creating knowledge, and putting knowledge to work in a global setting.
Malta has some truly unique features that make this destination one of the top choices. Whether you’re dreaming of an exciting adventure or finding somewhere friendly to study, we want to tell you some of the most important reasons why you should pick Malta.
Unlike other European countries, Malta is one of the most affordable places to study and live. Prices for accommodation and food are reasonable and students get special deals in museums, restaurants, gyms and can participate in numerous activities. The public transport also offers special prices for university students.
Malta is considered among the safest countries. Its residents are very friendly, respectful and well-educated people. The crime rate on the island is among the lowest in Europe, and it also has been listed collectively as one of the places where natural disasters are less likely to occur.
Malta features a large influx of scholars from around the globe with the highest of standard. Thanks to its quality programs and the presence of international educational institutions, it's considered a great place to interact with other international students.
It's within the E.U. jurisdiction with advantageous tax rates and excellent infrastructure. The blend makes Malta ideally positioned geographically and culturally making it the place of choice for businesses. A robust technology infrastructure has attracted firms like Lufthansa Technik and Dubai’s Tecom.
AUM is located in Bormla, also known as Cospicua, one of Malta’s iconic Three Cities. The area is rich in culture, varied history and restaurants and cafés by the beautiful waterfront. Our campus, originally designed by William Scamp, was used during World War II as a British naval base. Heavily bombed during this period, the building was left in ruins for many years. The restoration process included efforts to keep the historic preservation of artefacts within the building.