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  • Why Malta?
    Relocating to Malta


    Malta is an enticing place to relocate to. Thousand have done it and still continue to do so. It’s weather, location, healthcare system, education, tax incentives and safe environment make it a great place to call home. Many advantages exist for those who are looking to start or relocate their business.

    Malta Lets possesses a task force that specialises in the managing of relocation services. With a host of contacts and crucial first hand experience, relocating your family or company to Malta could not be easier. We can answer your questions and suggest third party assistance from trusted associates. This includes matters pertaining to tax, residency permits, education for children and the selection of location for the establishment of commercial businesses or offices to suit the individual company.

    Who should set up business in Malta?

    The advantages of relocating to Malta heavily outweigh the disadvantages. It is an ideal location due to its ascension in to the EU in 2004, which has led to a profitable industrial market and pro-business environment. Over 200 foreign-owned businesses are located in Malta, producing electronics, medical equipment, plastic, automotive parts, pharmaceuticals, furniture, software and financial services, amongst others.

    Foreign direct investors have discovered that Malta’s location in the centre of the Mediterranean may act as an exclusive link between Europe and North African countries. 

    Additionally, bilateral and multilateral tax treaties and agreements guarantee a favourable exportation environment to European Countries, the United States, Japan, North Africa and the Middle East.

    Education

    The level of education is high in Malta, with a majority of subjects instructed in English. Malta’s official language is Maltese, but English is a recognised secondary language. The languages used for business purposes are Maltese and English, with English being widely spoken. Many Maltese are also very knowledgeable in Italian and have been exposed to French and German.

    The University of Malta offers over 10,000 students a year the chance to gain both Bachelors and Masters degrees in subjects ranging from medicine, architecture, IT, law and business, to communications, English, psychology and art. Every year an average of 2000 students graduate from the University of Malta.

    Another higher education option to Maltese citizens is MCAST, the Malta College of Arts and Technology. Thousands of students earn diplomas in various subjects ranging from art and design, IT, engineering, electronics, business, maritime affairs, animal husbandry and childcare. These opportunities have had an impact on the calibre of labour obtainable for recruitment.

    The Workforce

    The Maltese are a hard working nation and boasts a strong work force. They remain industrious and innovative, as they have been during the country’s lively history. Many Maltese are highly educated and easily trained, and is constantly learning and developing new skills. Learning from history, the Maltese accomplished the talent of turning a negative situation into a positive experience. This justifies Malta’s ongoing economic success.