• IAESTE Malta is entirely run by University students and our office is situated at Students’ House at the University of Malta.
  • Throughout the year we organise various social activities such as parties, fairs and treasure hunts and in summer we work hard at the reception programme for our trainees.
  • Every year, IAESTE Malta secure several internship opportunities for foreign students in Malta. This also means that several students from the University of Malta will have the opportunity to gain work experience abroad, making IAESTE Malta the one of the largest student-exchange organisation located in the University of Malta.

  • In Malta, we do not have any local committees but one national committee. Our team will make sure that you have a wonderful experience here in our little island.
  • Do not hesitate to contact any member of the committee, contact details of whom are found in the next section.  However, please do keep in mind that members of the committee have other commitments throughout the year, and so may not be able to get back to you immediately.

  • The Maltese Islands, comprising an archipelago of seven islands in the Mediterranean Sea, lies south of Sicily, east of Tunisia and north of Libya.
  • Four main islands comprise the Maltese Archipelago – Malta, Gozo and Comino, which are inhabited, and Filfla, which is not, but home to many indigenous species.  Cominotto and the two islets known as St. Paul’s Islands are also inhabited.  Together, the Maltese Islands cover an area of 316 square kilometres, with a population of 452, 515 and counting, making us one of the most densely populated countries in the world.
  • Our islands present one of the most charming destinations in the Mediterranean, and offer a unique holiday(or working!) experience.  We are blessed with year-round sunshine and set in crystal clear water.  Numerous cultural, artistic and natural treasures are here for you to discover and the beauty in it is that everything is within reach. 
  • The Arab Occupation from 870 to 1090 provided the basis of the Maltese language, along with influences from Italian and English.
  • The Order of St. John, which occupied the Islands from 1530 to 1798, shaped the Islands artistically, socially and culturally
  • The British Period, from 1801 to 1964, helped launch the Islands into the modern industrial world and linked the Islands with the worldwide community of English-speaking countries.
  • Malta is the only nation in the word that has collectively been awarded the George Cross for its gallantry in World War II as part of the British Empire, and we wear it proudly on our flag.
  • Malta gained its independence from the United Kingdom on the 21st September, 1964 and became a Republic on the 13th December, 1974. Go us!
  • Malta has been a member state of the European Union since 1st May, 2004.