Due to Malta’s tiny size and lack of resources, one might assume that foods and even beverages are mainly imported. This assumption would prove correct. Nevertheless, our locally produced specialties, though relatively few, have long enticed Maltese and foreigners alike.
One happy fact about residing on an island like Malta is that, wherever you might be at any given time, the seashore is just a short distance away. Heck, here at AUM, it’s right on our doorstep! But if you’re looking for a sprawling beach where, in addition to taking a dip in the sea, you can kick back and relax in a resort-like setting, you might [...]
Valletta is the capital city of Malta, and, as you may know by now, was awarded the prestigious title of European Capital of Culture for 2018. Not only is Valletta rich in culture, it is a city with a storied past. Indeed, for history, entertainment, and breathtaking scenery, you’ve come to the right place. So make sure you fully charge your [...]
One of the most mind-boggling factors when looking into universities abroad is the cost of living of the host country. Typically, you'll do extensive research online or try to find out by word of mouth and yet, you’re still never sure how entirely reliable the source actually is. Which is why we decided to take it upon ourselves to provide you [...]
When you ask someone, who has just been to Malta what helped make their experience remarkable, more often than not, they'll bring Maltese food into the picture. Though Maltese recipes are a mixed bag of healthy foods and ones that are less so, traditional local food is very rich in flavor, well-seasoned and extremely satisfying.
Assassin’s Creed, By the Sea, 13 Hours, and the American blockbuster series, Game of Thrones - if you saw any of these titles, you got a glimpse of the tiny island of Malta in the Mediterranean Sea. Despite its diminutive size, this European country offers a rich and diverse culture and a favorable climate, making it a picture-perfect landscape. [...]