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On the strength of an Acceptance Letter issued by the Educational Institution, as well as satisfying other requisites, the applicant who is subject to a visa requirement must obtain a visa at the Embassy or Consulate in his/her country of origin or residence, prior to his/her intended arrival in Malta.
Employment during studies
You are allowed to work for a maximum of ten hours per week after one year of residence, provided that you have been recognised as a student by the DCEA under Legal Notice 29 of 2008 and that you obtain an employment licence from the Employment and Training Corporation. Your employer must apply for the employment licence.
You cannot be self-employed.
Director for Citizenship and Expatriate Affairs
Employment Licences Unit - ETC