How to apply for courses at Global College Malta?
Why Global College Malta?
Why Global College Malta?
Global College Malta offers European quality education that may lead to a number of career opportunities world-wide. Join this college if you are looking for academic excellence coupled with outstanding student support throughout the whole academic journey.
Details On How To Apply
Please check the entry requirements for each course offered by Global College Malta. If you have any queries or are uncertain about whether you meet the stated entry requirements, please contact our Recruitment Team and send us any certificates or other information you may have for us to review. The College actively considers applications from individuals with non-standard entry qualifications.
Global College Malta will look at both your academic credentials as well as any work experience and other life experiences that you may have. We are keen to encourage applications from individuals from a range of backgrounds who have a variety of skills and experiences. Having a range of individuals studying on our courses helps enrich the learning experience for all learners and ensures that studying on our courses provides a truly global experience. The College is keen to provide learning opportunities for all, no matter what their backgrounds might be.
The Application Process
How can I check whether I am eligible for the
course of my choice?
Please check the entry requirements for each course offered by Global College Malta.
The College operates an innovative entry scheme called the “Recognition of Prior Learning” (RPL). Our RPL scheme allows prospective students to be credited for learning that they may have completed prior to joining Global College Malta. Our MFHEA-approved RPL scheme avoids students having to duplicate previous learning they may have undertaken whilst ensuring at the same time that our students have attained the learning outcomes appropriate to their chosen award.
The College can recognise two types of prior learning: firstly the College can give academic credit for previously certificated learning that a student may have completed, for example individual modules or course units that the student has successfully completed at another institution. Secondly, the College can recognise experiential learning achieved outside of a formal learning environment such as a college or university. By means of example, experiential learning may include learning gained as part of work experience, volunteering or as part of a training course, but for which the student has received no formal qualification.
Please follow this link for a short student guide to the College’s Recognition of Prior Learning scheme: Click here.
If you have any queries or are uncertain about whether you meet the stated entry requirements, please provide your email address below, and we will verify your accreditation of prior learning. You may find more information here.