Results are Out
There are two major professions that influence the life of an individual — the paramedics and the teaching profession. Ill-health may be devastating for the individual and the best medical care may get a patient to live life to its fullest. A sound education on the other hand effects the livelihood of an individual throughout life.
And now that the Sec and Matsec results are out, families are pondering on the next phase of their child’s education that will lead to a lifetime of secure income to meet present and future needs.
Attaining a degree is not a luxury but a must!
The Government of Malta provides assistance for students to extend their education beyond compulsory education and attain a degree. Saint Martin’s Institute of Higher Education provides students the possibility to graduate in computing or business. And the Maltese Government will offer a no payment scheme whilst studying and income tax rebate of up to €16,000 for students who graduate from Saint Martin’s Institute, under the GetQualified Scheme.
Why Saint Martin’s Institute?
Saint Martin’s Institute of Higher Education, is a licensed awarding institution by the Malta Further & Higher Education Authority and a Teaching Centre for the world renowned University of London. The main attributes of the Institute are;
Students get the attention that they require. Being in tertiary level does not mean students have to fend for themselves. At Saint Martin’s Institute students are not just numbers, but individuals, each with diversity and needs who need support to excel.
The curriculum and subsequent degree is awarded from one of the most famous and revered Universities globally. Everyone will recognise the University of London degree you will present.
The admissions requirements are four ordinary levels, at SEC grades 1–5 including Mathematics and English which are compulsory.
No Monthly Payments of Tuition Fees
If tuition fees are the worry, the Maltese Government is ensuring that students who choose to read for their degree at SMI are able to do so, even if their families do not afford to may the monthly tuition fees. Through this scheme, the student is provided with an unsecured and interest free loan to cover all the expenses, with a moratorium (no monthly payments) covering all the years of study.
Only 30% net cost after completion
Taking advantage of the GetQualified Scheme, that guarantees an income tax rebate of up 70% of the total cost to read for the degree at a private institution, the student or the parents/guardians may take advantage and receive their own paid annual income tax as a rebate. In other words, for every €10 spent in studying costs, the student ends up paying €3 from pocket, whilst the €7 is repaid income tax.
Stipends & maintenance grants
Students reading as full time students have the same rights as those attending state institutions in receiving monthly stipends and annual maintenance grants for each year of study. The scheme is known as the Malta Government Undergraduate Scheme.
Quality education — nothing less is possible!
Saint Martin’s Institute of Higher Education is a very special place, because rather than opting to examine its students, instead it prepares students to sit for examinations as set by the University of London examining boards. An Institute is assessed by how well (or badly) its students fare when assessed by independent examiners.
Coincidentally, the exam results for our students, examined by the University of London examination panels have been published in the very same week as the Matsec results. Look at the impressive achievements — 21% of all examination papers scored a Distinction, whilst 37% a Merit — close to half the papers sat for attaining the top two grades! (these percentages are from 169 papers sat for by Saint Martin’s Institute students). And 60% of all graduates from SMI attaining a First or Second Class Upper Honours!
Give us a call on +356 21235451 or email us on email@example.com or through our socials, and we will be more than happy to help you understand your career prospects. Check our website on https://www.stmartins.edu