Since living in an overseas nation can be daunting owing to the living expenses. Although European countries are pocket-friendly for students, the assets are always needed to work through the study duration.
Following is a list of possible expenditures that a student living and studying in Malta will have to bear.
Cost of Living
|Domestic Utilities||90 EUROS|
|Internet Subscription||34 EUROS|
|Local Transport (Monthly)||26 EUROS|
|Cost Per Meal||8-10 EUROS|
|Cinema Ticket||9 EUROS|
|Pint of Local Beer||3 EUROS|
The student visa holder can work either full-time or part-time. Apart from the resources careers, students indulge in side-gigs in order to cover up for their spendings in the education institutions. Below are some options mentioned in order to give you an overview of the jobs that you can do on a part-time basis.
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