Your Degree can be recognized in the European Higher Education Area and part of the Commonwealth
Where can you use your degree?
Our institution and degree programmes are fully accredited by the Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA). With this accreditation your degree programmes can be recognised in many countries. This allows you to further your studies in different countries and you can have your skills and competences acknowledged within a wider geographical labour market.
To enable recognition in other countries, Malta participates in the so-called metaframeworks which enable national qualifications to be compared and their level recognised in different countries, see MFHEA Reference Report 2016.
The participation of Malta in the Qualifications Framework of the European Higher Education Area, implies that your degree can also be recognized in the 49 member states of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) including all members of the European Union, the European Economic Area plus eight Eurasian countries Member states EHEA
Similarly Malta´s participation in the Transnational Qualifications Framework makes that your degree can be recognised in 31 member states of the Commonwealth in Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Europe, and the Pacific regions Commonwealth Member states TQF