Learn English in Malta, a small country in the Mediterranean Sea made up of seven islands, lying south of Sicily, east of Tunisia and north of Libya. Malta is simply a beautiful country and an ideal place to do an English course. Malta has a Mediterranean climate typical of much of Southern Europe with mild winters and hot, dry summers. The general lack of rain and pleasant year-round weather makes Malta a popular tourist destination. There are numerous clubs offering sailing, windsurfing and scuba diving activities, and many students enjoy participating in them away from class.
Since opening its doors in 1991, St Julians has been welcoming students of many nationalities who seek a friendly and highly professional environment which guarantees a high standard of learning. The school is located in the heart of St. Julians, just a few steps from the promenade, the beach, cinemas, restaurants, shopping and the party area.The classes of those on the programmes for young adolescents are taught at a prestigious Maltese college and St. Martin's College read more »
Learn English in Malta at our partner school, ESE, in St. Julians. The school building is just a few meters walk from the world famous Spinola Bay and Portomaso Marina. This area is full of trendy restaurants, shops, boutiques and bars. Besides, the famous Maltese nightlife district, Triq il-Wilga Street, is just 1 minute walk from the school. The teachers at ESE are enthusiastic and experienced and they create a personal and friendly atmosphere, helping all of our students settle in as quickly as possible. read more »
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The school BELS Malta is located at the beautiful St. Pauls Bay, in a modern building near the seafront. The language school is an international language institute in a quiet neighbourhood, near the most beautiful beaches of Malta and it is just 25 minutes away with the bus to the center of St Julians. The school has 15 spacious and climated classrooms.
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