Bursary scheme for research work in Malta

The Central Bank of Malta has recently launched a Bursary Scheme to enable local and foreign postgraduate students or holders of a postgraduate degree to obtain research work experience at the Bank through research projects on areas of interest to the Bank.

The duration of the attachment at the Bank shall normally be between four and eight weeks.

In support the Bank will offer a bursary of Lm1000, based on an eight-week research assignment. Overseas applicants will be eligible for an additional

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