The two-year programme will concentrate on the same educational principles that direct Chiswick House School and St Martin's College. It is a vision that believes that a student can realise his/her full potential within a challenging, well-ordered and well-balanced educational setting. The established framework of real values, the structure that aims at ensuring the acquisition of basic skills within an exciting and vibrant programme , as well as the broad-based, holistic curriculum translate into high academic achievement. At Sixth Form level this will also mean that students are expected to THINK! Various combinations of subjects at Advanced and Intermediate level are on offer. The combinations are worked out in such a way as to satisfy the requirements for entry into the University of Malta and other international Universities. We make no restriction on the combinations of subjects we offer. There may be a very few occasions when it may not be possible to accommodate a student's requested combination or when too few students have requested a course to make it viable.
Choice of Subjects
Accounting, Art, Biology, Chemistry, Computing, Economics, English, French, Geography, Graphical Communication, History, Information Technology, Italian, Maltese, Marketing, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Pure Mathematics, Sociology and Spanish.
Accounting, Art, Biology, Economics, Engineering Drawing, English, Environmental Science, French, Geography, German, History, Information Technology, Italian, Maltese, Marketing, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Physical Education, Psychology, Pure Mathematics and Sociology. Systems of Knowledge is a compulsory subject at Intermediate level for students who opt for the Matriculation Certificate course. Other subjects may be included upon request.
Application to UK universities
St Martin's College Sixth Form is a UCAS registered school. Advisory services are available to assist the students with the completion of the online UCAS application including advice on how to choose the best courses as well as tips on how to write a successful personal statement. Every year our students submit a number of UCAS applications and receive offers from different UK universities.