Ghawdex (pronounced “audesch”) is the Maltese name for Gozo. If you choose to attend English language schools in Gozo, you will find a beautiful island with a quiet and different personality from Malta. Greener and more fertile, and reflecting more of a way of life based on agriculture and fishing, life on Gozo is slower and more relaxed than that on Malta. Despite increasing tourism, the island retains an atmosphere that has enchanted many visitors. The people are friendly, with a fairly laid-back attitude to life that readily appeals to most visitors something which you will notice when you attend one of the language schools in Gozo.
Gozo is approximately 14.5 kilometres long and approximately 7.5 kilometres wide, with a shore line of 43 kilometres and has a population of around 28,000. Every little town and village has a parish church and not a day goes by without the sound of church bells ringing out across the rolling hills and fields. The main port is Imgarr where regular ferry crossings are made to Malta. There is also a Heliport at Xewkija. All the roads are linked to the capital, Victoria, and both buses and private cars, find themselves going in and out of town on most journeys.
We offer you the chance to study English in BELS, one of the best language schools in Gozo. When you choose to study English in language schools in Gozo, you can participate in the various activities we offer. Joining the activities is a great way of completing your English course and the best opportunity to meet new people and practice your English at the language schools in Gozo. Your language course at the language schools in Gozo will absolutely be unforgettable!