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Malta's ideal location in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea makes it the perfect place to study English all year long. The island is the most important of an archipelago comprising three islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino.
Due to its strategic situation, Malta's history has seen occupations by Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, the Knights of the Order of San John, French and English. The island spent many years as a British colony, from 1814 until 1964, when it gained its independence. However, while the Mediterranean culture is dominant, the 150 years of English occupation has left behind many influences on both the country and its language.
Located in St. Julian's, the school has been officially recognized by Malta's Ministry of Education. Two impressive buildings, both inaugurated in 2000, boast over 40 rooms with natural light, a language lab, computer rooms, a solarium and a student lounge.
Cambridge exams preparation
TOEFL & IELTS preparation
With the host family option, students can choose between a single or double room and the meal plan is half board every day of the week. The majority of the families live a 20 to 30 minutes from the school or a short bus ride away.
This housing option is one of the most popular in Malta. The school features several studios/ apartments for 1 to 4 people spread throughout different areas of St. Julian's.
Along with individual or double bedrooms, the apartments have a kitchen/ den and bathrooms. The majority are located at a 15 minute walk from the school and have a pool.
The residence's central location puts it just steps from the Sliema seaside promenade and about 2 kilometers from the school. The residence has a total of 13 rooms and 24 beds. All of the rooms have a private bathroom.
The coordinators organize a wide range of visits, sports, cultural excursions and all sorts of evening activities. Students can visit places such as Valletta, Malta's capital, as well as Midina, the medieval city of silence.
Perhaps you prefer scuba-diving, water-skiing or maybe a round of golf? Maybe you'd rather swim in the crystalline waters of the Blue Lagoon or visit the wine cellars of Malta to learn all about the wine-making process? It's all right here in Malta.