Business and education in Malta
Both business and education are important pillars in the Maltese society, especially since they have great implications on the economy and on the standard of living of the population. The Maltese government invests heavily in education, by continually upgrading schools and the education system. There are also continuous efforts from the authorities to attract companies to operate in Malta as well as encouraging foreign direct investment, especially in the IT and financial services sector.
Malta business directory
This extensive business directory lists many of the companies and businesses operating in Malta, separated in different categories, so that you can find what you need in just one click. You can also list your company or business by contacting malta.com
Doing business in Malta
Malta is an ideal country to business in Malta in; apart from the geographical location mid-way between Europe and Africa, there are favourable taxation conditions and specialized services that are cheaper than the rest of Europe.
Malta is part of the European Union, which means that it is within the free trading area and thus it is easier to set up your company.
Employment in Malta
The Maltese economy is mainly centred around the financial services, IT and the tourism sector. Therefore most of the employment opportunities fall within these sectors. It is definitely easier to find a job in Malta if you are an EU citizen, if not you might have to fill in extra paperwork.
Learning English in Malta
Because of the fact that Malta was a British colony for more than a century, the English language is a strong language in the Maltese Islands, and an official one too.
Throughout the last decades, many foreigners came to Malta with the purpose of learning English in the many English Schools, and the sector is growing as the years go by. Language lessons are usually coupled with excursions and accommodation, so that you will enjoy Malta as much as you can while you learn.
Education in Malta
Education in Malta is based on the British education system, where children pass from kindergarten to primary and secondary school to complete compulsory education. After secondary school many students do their O’levels exams to go to high school, and later on to University.
Igaming in Malta
The online gaming sector has considerably grown in the recent years as the Maltese Government started giving licenses to online gaming operators. Malta has an advantageous tax system that attracts a number of operators to Malta, and employing a good number of workers within the sector.