• full-time law/accountancy/ACCA students (or equivalent)



At least one of the following must be satisfied:

  • enrolled in MIT Course on Taxation
  • successfully completed MIT Course on Taxation or in possession of a relevant taxation qualification
  • member of another tax institute (may be subject to proficiency testing)
  • occupies a senior post with a Government department concerned with tax
  • graduate who has written a thesis in tax (may be subject to proficiency testing)
  • has at least 5 years work experience in tax practice (may be subject to proficiency testing)

An Associate member of the Malta Institute of Taxation shall be entitled to use the designation AMIT



  • Has been an Associate member for five years
  • Upon application to MIT Council


A Fellow member of the Malta Institute of Taxation shall be entitled to use the designation FMIT


  • Copy of I.D. Card
  • Relevant educational and professional certificates
  • CV
  • Two reference letters from members of the Institute
  • Identify a Fellow Member of the Institute who will vouch for the applicant’s proficiency in tax

The above are required for new membership applications only (except applications for student membership)


Upon submission of an application for Membership, the applicant confirms that:

  1. They are aware of the Institute’s objectives as set out in the MIT Statute.
  2. The information submitted on the application is accurate.
  3. Their personal data may be held by the Institute on an electronic database which is used primarily as a registry of members and for communicating matters relating to the Institute.
  4. They are aware that the MIT Council’s decision in respect of their application for admission to Membership is final and that they have no right to contest that decision.
  5. Should they be admitted to membership, they undertake to observe the provisions of the Institute’s statute, and in particular the Code of Conduct and Ethics.

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