What better way to practice your English than to do it somewhere warm and sunny. Malta not only offers beautiful beaches and the clear blue Mediterranean Sea, its architecture and historical buildings provide a perfect backdrop to learning English.
The thing that makes Malta so unique is that its past is still very present today. The island is often described as an ‘open air museum’, referring to the ancient architecture and relics of the Maltese past. It’s also home to 3 UNESCO World heritage sites: the city of Valletta, Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum and the Megalithic Temples of Malta.
Over the course of 7,000 years, Maltese culture has been influenced by Europe, Africa and the Middle East, resulting in an eclectic mix of cultures. Even the British culture has found its way into Malta, due to the fact that the country was part of the British Empire for over 160 years until their independence in 1964. The English language is still being spoken and is the second official language of Malta.
Malta is a sod of a place.
English actor and novelist
School of English – St. Julian’s – Malta
Course recognised by EAQUALS, IALC, FELTOM – With seats for Trinity and Toeic exams.
As a result of its tradition and reputation this school is, without a doubt, one of the best English schools in Malta. It offers scholastic, recreational and welcoming facilities of the highest quality and the teachers are constantly busy with improving their teaching skills and helping their students to advance their knowledge. Located in the centre of St. Julian’s, with its vivid nightlife, it is hard to find a better location for students to learn English.
The school offers several facilities such as; a computer room with free Wi-Fi access, common rooms with satellite television and DVD players, a library and a restaurant and coffee bar.
Located in the Paceville district in St. Julian’s, students are only a few minutes’ walk from the beach and also very well connected to Malta’s public transportation system. Available all year around.