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Funding & Schemes

Our students can benefit from various training schemes available for both Formal and Non-Formal learning, these include:

For Formal Learning (Qualification & Award courses)

For Individuals


Candidates can benefit from a 70% rebate of the course fee via tax credit. Get Qualified is an initiative that supports the personal development of individuals for the achievement of qualifications and certifications required by industry.


The scheme offers assistance in the form of a training grant to aid participants with costs relating to training. Eligible candidates satisfying a list of criteria can benefit from a 75% rebate on direct training cost.

For Companies


Through this scheme, employers have the opportunity to get back a significant percentage of the costs that would have been incurred in any employee’s professional development via training. The ‘Investing in Skills’ scheme was launched to promote the training of persons actively participating in the Maltese Labour Market, with the aim to increase productivity and enhance adaptability.

More info about this Scheme


For Parents (of young learners under 16y.o)

Tax Deduction on Fees paid for Cultural and Creative Courses

Parents of children under 16 who attended any Cultural or Creative courses during 2023 can now apply for a tax deduction scheme of up to a maximum of €300 for each child. If the course was provided by an entity or individual recognised by Arts Council Malta, parents are entitled to claim a deduction against their chargeable income of up to a maximum of €300 for each child.

Other schemes worth looking into…

ARTS SUPPORT SCHEME – More Information on Scheme

TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT – More Information on Scheme

Please note: The information provided about public funding schemes on this page is accurate at the time of publishing. However, eligibility criteria, funding availability, and other factors are subject to change without notice. This site does not assume responsibility for any changes in schemes or eligibility criteria. Individuals are advised to verify information and consult relevant authorities for the most up-to-date details.