Malta’s economy today is one of the most vibrant within the European Union with economic growth and record low unemployment rates being registered year after year. Malta has strongly recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic such that forecasts of foreign institutions have remained positive and credit rating agencies continuously place Malta in the group of countries with the highest ratings. This is indicative of a vibrant economy, open to investment in new industries, and also in the more traditional industries undergoing a process of modernisation. It also reflects the Government’s commitment to deliver.

Education, which is the basis for a society that values critical thinking and displays life satisfaction, and the ongoing training and development of workers, is crucial for Malta to remain competitive and attract further investment.

We want to deliver prosperity that every member of our society benefits from: one that is sustainable, leads to an improved quality of life, and consistently produces better jobs for our citizens.