About Malta: What to see and do.
Why Learn English in Malta.
Before independence, Malta had been a British colony and as a result, English is one of the official languages. English language teaching is well established and Schools of English have experienced teachers delivering lessons to all ages and levels of English.
Malta’s mild Mediterranean climate is a major factor for students deciding where to study their English Course. If you come to study English here you combine learning with sunny days and holiday-like atmosphere. Malta has a rich history and culture. There are
The capital city Valletta is a UNESCO World Heritage site built by the Knights of St John. The city is busy by day, yet keeps a timeless atmosphere by night, that gives the feeling that you are walking back in time. Valletta is best to be explored on foot through narrow streets full of churches and palaces, tiny quaint shops and cafés, and several beautiful gardens.
Mdina, located only a few kilometres from Valletta, is the old capital city whose origins date back to the 8th century BC. It is an example of an ancient walled city with a mix of medieval and baroque architecture.
The proximity of the sea means that the opportunities for water-based activities are plentiful. You can just swim and relax by the sea or if you are more active, you can enjoy watersports such as jet skiing, water skiing, wakeboarding, parasailing or kayaking.
Malta is friendly, hospitable and communicative. People are cosmopolitan and because they were colonized by various nations throughout their history they learnt to respect and understand foreigners.
The Maltese place strong importance on family and respect for the elderly and it is reflected in hospitality and friendliness of the host families that students often choose to stay with.