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Support to find a job in Malta

If you come with us to study English in Malta, you can enjoy our free service to support you in your job search.

Your Dream Maker will advise you on everything you need to find a job and will also help you with some of the basic tasks you need to do. Keep reading!

How do we help you in the job search?

  • We help you process your ID Card
  • We assist you in opening your bank account in Malta
  • We help you write a resume that impresses employers
  • We’ll provide you with the best tips for job interviews
  • We’ll advise you on the best websites to find jobs in Malta

Work in Malta!

How to find a job in Malta?

Malta is a very touristy country, so if you come to study an English course between March and October or in December, it will be very easy for you to find a job in this sector.

You can also look for a qualified job if you want to spend a long time in the country. One of the most in-demand professions is information technology, so if you are a professional in this sector, you won’t be short of work.

Before coming to Malta, we recommend that you take a look at the job offers available on some of these websites: Jobsplus, MaltaJobs, TimesOfMalta.


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Requirements to Work in Malta

If you are a European citizen

If you are a citizen of any of the European Union member countries, for example, Spain, you can work in Ireland without restrictions, as if it were your own country.

You will only need your ID card and the European Health Insurance Card.

If you are not a European citizen

If you are traveling from a country in LATAM (or any other destination that is not a member of the European Union), you will need to meet certain requirements:

  • You must enroll in a course with a duration of at least 6 months.
  • You can apply for your ID Card after 3 months of staying in the country, not before, so you will need to be able to support yourself during that time.
  • To demonstrate your financial solvency, you will be required to provide a bank statement showing a minimum of €4,000 for your stay.
  • You will need to provide the address of your accommodation in Malta.
  • You must have a passport that is valid for the entire duration of your stay.
  • You must purchase Medical Insurance for your trip to Malta.
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How is the salary in Malta?

The Interprofessional Minimum Wage in Malta is €777 per month. The average salary is around €24,500 per year.

What you will earn while studying in Malta will largely depend on whether it’s a skilled job or not, and the city where you work.

During the peak tourist season, there are plenty of jobs in the hospitality industry, although it can be quite demanding, and the pay isn’t too high, around €3.50 per hour.

However, if you come to work in a skilled job, your salary can range from €25,000 to €30,000 per year.

In any case, the cost of living in Malta is not too high compared to other European countries and other English language study destinations, so you should be able to sustain yourself in Malta without any problem.

Why work in Malta?

1. The Weather

Malta is a place where it never gets cold. Being a small island, its climate is mild throughout the year, and it is completely surrounded by some of the best beaches in all of Europe.

2. The quality and cost of living

Malta is a country with excellent quality of life, and furthermore, rents and the cost of living in general are much lower than in other English-speaking destinations.

3. If you live in Europe, you do not need a visa to live and work in Malta

As one of the European Union member countries, if you have Spanish nationality or are from another EU country, you can travel to Malta with just your ID card, without needing any type of visa.

You can stay here for as long as you want, study, and work, as if you were in your home country.

4. There is work year-round

"Malta is very touristy, and you will find work at any time of the year. During the high season, you won't be short of jobs in the hospitality sector, and during the low season, you can work part-time without any problem in this sector.

If you are a professional in information technology, digital marketing, or a similar field, you will find a job for sure in Malta."

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Do I need to know English to work in Malta?

The truth is, depending on your level of English, you may have access to certain types of jobs more than others.

However, there is always the possibility that you can find a job where your native language is required.

If you come to work as a waiter, you won’t need a very high level of English, and you will quickly improve it during your stay. Additionally, your ability to speak Spanish could be a plus.

Don’t worry too much because it won’t be too hard to find your first job, and you have our guidance, so don’t hesitate any longer and ask us!

Live your adventure in Malta!

Choose the city you like the most

We process your student visa

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We assist you with your health insurance

We advise you to find accommodation

Do you have any questions? Ask us!

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