Campus Malta

Located in the Southern Eastern Region of Malta, our  historical campus in Marsa  offers you a broad range of future-oriented study programmes that lay a solid academic foundation for your successful professional career.

Whether it’s Management, Computing, Engineering, Security Studies, Psychology & Education, Sport Science or Creative Media, our professional instructors are industry experts with a scientific foundation and a hands-on approach.

Find out now about the courses of the Triagon at the Marsa location at Villa Violette!

Your Benefits at Campus Malta:

  • Bachelor, Master and Doctoral programmes
  • Modern, clearly arranged study center
  • Very good e-learning technologies
  • Close to the city with good transport links
  • Great sights around the Harbour area and very close to the historical Three Cities

Impressions of Campus Malta

Lectures will be held at:
Institute of Tourism Studies
Aviation Park, Aviation Avenue, Ħal Luqa Malta
LQA 9023 Malta

Offices and student services can be found at:
Triagon Academy, Villa Violette,
Triq San Bernard, Marsa
MRS 1331, Malta

Eating and Drinking in Valletta

Snack bars:


What sights are there in Valetta and the surrounding area?

Valletta is the capital city of Malta. The city was named after one of the famous Grand Masters of the Order of St. John, namely Jean Parisot de la Valette in 1566 who was in the helm of the Order during this period.

The baroque city, which was also used as an administrative center during French and British eras, is characterized by beautiful fortifications, palazzos, churches, and monuments. The city was officially recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980. Notable places of interest in Valletta include but are not limited to the following sites:

St. John’s Co-Cathedral
Built by the Order of St John between 1572 and 1577. This prominent cathedral is characterized by Baroque architecture. It houses notable works of art such as Caravaggio’s beheading of St. John the Baptist.
Upper Barrakka Garden
These gardens offer a panaromic view of the Grand Harbour and the Three Cities surrounding the Harbour Area. Several monuments and statues are found in the garden remembering important people.
National War Museum at Fort St. Elmo
Fort St Elmo was built to defend the area from the Ottoman attacks during the 1500’s. Its setting offers a very good view of the harbour area and its surrounding towns and villages. The Fort hosts the national war museum with notable artefacts ranging from different eras.
Grandmaster Palace Courtyard
It is the largest palace found in Valletta built between the 16th and 18th century. The building is characterized by Baroque architecture which was used by the Knights of St. John and later on by the French and British.
National Museum of Archaeology
The Museum is located in Republic Street, Valletta. With its Baroque façade, the museum has different artefacts from the Neolithic Period up to the early history of Malta.

Contact Campus Malta

Your contact is Marouska Farrugia

+356 77780803