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Application Information

 

To apply for Students' Maintenance Grants, students must log into education.gov.mt/studentsgrants with their personal e-ID and password in order to fill in the online application form.  Personal details will be automatically uploaded in the application. The applicants will be required to choose details about their course of studies and input their IBAN (bank account number).  It is of utmost importance that the electronic form is completed correctly so that there will be no delays in the processing of the application form.

 

Students must apply for Students' Maintenance Grants’ online before the end of December of the respective academic year.

 

New students should scan and upload a copy of all pages of their School Leaving Certificate (Year 11 / Form 5), issued by the Ministry for Education.   

 

Another mandatory document for the first-time applicants is the Jobsplus Employment History.  This can be downloaded from the Jobsplus website https://jobsplus.gov.mt/  using their e-ID and password.

 

 

By submitting the Application Form, the applicants shall be:

 

1.  Confirming that all information submitted is correct and that they bind themselves to refund the Government of Malta the amount of money indicated by the Authorities, should they for some reason:

 

       i. have misled the authorities through the information submitted;

       ii. absent themselves from the course;

       iii. fail to register satisfactory progress; or

       iv. discontinue their studies.

 

2.   Authorising the respective authorities to verify the information submitted as may be necessary, including the obtaining of information from other Government Entities/Departments/Institutes in connection with the application submitted.

 

Any information may be passed on to other Departments/Institutes/Entities involved in the processing of the application and for customer care purposes.

Also, information can be forwarded for statistical purposes to other Departments/Institutes/Entities.

 

3.   Authorising the respective Authorities to take any necessary action to recover any overpayments or amounts due by applicants.

 

4.   Declaring that they shall not be working more than 20 hours per week during the academic year.​

 

Following the submission of new and re-confirmation of the online application, students will receive an email and an SMS confirming their submission. Applicants must monitor their application, as once this office receives the Educational Institutions’ confirmation of the students’ commencement or continuation of course, students would need to reconfirm their online application.