Admission to ITS

Applications (for both new applicants and current ITS students who wish to further their studies) for full-time programmes of study will be open between Monday 23rd July and Friday 10th August. Applications are available here. 

During the application period, assistance may be provided by the Registrar’s representatives. The Registrar’s office will be open between 8am and 2pm daily during this period.
For assistance during registration period with the application process and information about the courses, please contact our Career Guidance Officer on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

All applicants are kindly advised to provide all documentation that is asked for on the application form. Applicants from countries that are not within the European Union need to pay a registration fee as well as course fees as indicated here. 
All applications are subject to approval and the final decision on acceptance is taken by ITS. Moreover, applicants may be subject to an English proficiency test and/or an interview. At the Institute of Tourism Studies, a sound level of English Language writing, speaking, listening and reading is necessary since English is the language of instruction. When applying to pursue studies at ITS, international students are expected to also provide evidence to indicate their level of English proficiency.

For evidence of English language proficiency, international students are expected to provide a minimum score in one or more of the following:

Certificate Level (MQF Level 3)
IELTS Academic: 4.5, TOEFL Internet: 72, Cambridge English Preliminary: B1

Higher National Diploma Level (MQF Level 5)

IELTS Academic: 5.5, TOEFL Internet: 72, Cambridge CAE: B2

Degree Level (MQF Level 6)
IELTS Academic: 5.5, TOEFL Internet: 72, Cambridge CAE: B2

Applicants are also asked to send a digital photo of themselves in smart attire. This photo will be used to create a student card once the application is processed and accepted.

A combination of a minimum of 3 Advanced and Intermediate levels, of which at least one needs to be an Advanced level (MQF level 4) pass, and these qualifications must add up to a minimum of 44 points as per the matrix provided below.

Advanced Level
Grade A 30 Grade Points
Grade B 24 Grade Points
Grade C 18 Grade Points
Grade D 12 Grade Points
Grade E 6 Grade Points

Intermediate Level
Grade A 10 Grade Points
Grade B 8 Grade Points
Grade C 6 Grade Points
Grade D 4 Grade Points
Grade E 2 Grade Points

ITS - Malta (Main Campus)  
Aviation Park, Aviation Avenue
Ħal Luqa LQA 9023  
Malta - EU 

ITS - Gozo
Triq l-Isqof Buttigieg,
Qala QLA 1042,