If you compare prices between Malta main island and Gozo, you can see, Gozo is cheaper. I have a special index called “Cappo” (a cup of Cappuccino & a bottle still water). In Valletta you pay 4 €, in the bar at Xaghra’s market place you get him for 2,50 €.
In the last years the costs of living growth up on Malta, but they are always deeper than the costs level in the industrial countries. Of course when you want import goods, you must pay much more, but the most food goods are prepared by local farms and companies.
Below you will find an approximate guide of the monthly expenses you are likely to incur while studying in Malta. These are only approximations since your monthly bill will be determined by your personal lifestyle.
The international index of quality of life confirms Malta a very high level in cases of health care, risk and security, culture, freedom, leisure, environment and climate. Much better than Germany!
Children can play outside safely. You can walk around by night without fear.
For cooking and heating normally you will use propane.
The electricity delivered byEnemalta is much cheaper as in Germany.
Telephone and Internet is always and everywhere available and you would be surprise about the WIFI connection on Gozo.