A member of the European Union since the 1st May 2004, Malta has a strong economy with low unemployment therefore participants also have great job opportunities.
An Internship in Malta offers participants a unique opportunity to put theory into practice, to work to learn, and learn to work in the real world, make contacts and improve their prospects for future jobs.
The archipelago is fully developed and open on the market economy with a multilingual population (88% of Maltese people speak English) and you must know that English is the second official language in Malta.
Besides, there is a lot of foreigners in the isle, so you can meet people from around the world.
But it is a better place to live with a pleasant climate with 300 days of sunshine and interesting culture with 7 UNESCO world heritage sites.
Still not convinced? check our 7 reasons to stay, enjoy!