Bilingual and with strong historical and cultural connotations linked to the English speaking world, Malta is a viable alternative to study and improve the English language.
Before starting courses, participants will undergo a written and oral test to verify their level of proficiency and to allow the Director of Studies to select the appropriate level concerning beneficiaries’ demands and needs.
The intensive course offers 6 different levels.
Each language course consists of 20 lessons per week: 4 daily lessons from Monday to Friday.
All the teachers are native speakers and they are specialized in teaching English to foreigners.
With over 7000 years of history, the Maltese Islands are rich in culture and history. The islands in their past lived a golden age dating back to the Neolithic and the mysterious megalithic temples dedicated to the goddess of fertility, constitute evidence of it.
Later, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans and Byzantines have all left their traces on the islands.
Among the most interesting places, there are Valletta, Mdina, Rabat and the three cities, while the temples of Hagar Qim (decorated with animals and goddesses carved in the stone), the temples of Mnajdra and Tarxien, are testimony of megalithic architectural masterpieces.