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Saint Martin's Institute of Higher Education

Recognised Teaching Centre

Saint Martin's Institute of Higher Education (SMI) is a private tertiary education institution, licensed by the Maltese National Commission for Further and Higher Education.

SMI offers degree programmes in Computing, Business, Economics, Management and Finance through the University of London International Programmes on a full-time and part-time basis.

Watch a short introduction about studying at Saint Martin's, Malta.

Welcome from the centre

SMI is an Affiliate Centre for the University of London International Programmes. Through hard work and dedication, SMI has established itself as a unique teaching institution in Malta all based upon the commitment of providing quality education accompanied with giving individual attention to its students.

The primary objective is to enhance the advancement of student achievement through intellectual, moral and social education, which unlocks the students' potential to develop academically and psychologically.

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Saint Martin's Institute of Higher Education

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Student testimonial

Veronica Castillo

Veronica Castillo - Banking and Finance

“My years at Saint Martin's were undoubtedly the best years, unlocking my potential and significantly helping me to grow. Through the help of all of my lecturers who were available whenever needed, I was given the tools necessary to explore a vast range of subjects within the realm of Banking and Finance. I would highly recommend Saint Martin's to anyone seeking tertiary education.”

Ms Veronica Castillo has just completed her BSc (Hons) in Banking & Finance under the academic direction of the LSE, and is to graduate with a first class honours. She has now joined an international bank, located in Malta, MedBank ltd as a trade settlements officer.

Graduation date: 2017
Students outside of a Saint Martin's institute building

"The experience was positive, largely because I made new friends amongst highly motivated students." - Wilbert Tabone