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Support towards English Learning Tourists

The Malta Tourism Authority is committed to supporting English Language Students staying for a minimum of 15 nights to a maximum of 30 nights in the Maltese Islands. This scheme forms part of the Malta Tourism Authority‘s recovery measures specifically targeting Educational Tourism.

Introduction 

The scheme seeks to incentivise English Language Students applying for courses in licenced English Language Schools teaching English Language in the Maltese Islands necessitating a physical presence of a duration of minimum of 15 nights capped at a maximum of 30 nights.

Duration of the Scheme

The scheme to commence on 1st June 2021 applicable for students commencing their language courses as from 1st June 2021 until the funds have been fully allocated. Applications for this scheme will be received as from Monday 10th May 2021.

Designated Authority 

This Scheme is administered by the Malta Tourism Authority. 

Budget 

This scheme has a budget of € 1,000,000

Downloads

Click here to find out more about this Scheme and its Terms and Conditions. 

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