Studying English? Benefits of choosing Malta

Malta is a great place to learn and practice English, ideally located in the Mediterranean with its enticing beaches, unbelievably good weather and rich cultural history it is the top destination for many students who are looking to learn English in a fantastic environment. Students enjoy the combined experience of culture, great nights out while learning a language at the same time and this couldn’t be easier than in a place where both the locals and other students also speak English.

Most schools are located in the bustling villages of Sliema and St.Julians and Maltalingua is right in the middle, walking distance to beaches and swimming pools. Paceville is just a stone’s throw away where you will find great restaurants and bars or you could go to Sliema, a great place to stop for a coffee or a walk around the shops. From here you can take boat trips to Comino, Gozo or all around the island. Valletta the capital city, is just a few minutes away by bus or ferry, you can easily take public transport to anywhere on the island.

Accommodation is very easy to find in this area and you can choose from many hotels or rent a flat with other like-minded students, alternatively many local families also host students over the summer where you are sure to get great home cooked meals as well as practise your speaking skills at the same time.

If you choose a modern language school like Maltalingua where both the staff and the students are lively and always ready to have a good time, the learning becomes so much easier and just one part of the experience during your stay here.

Malta offers a unique combination for learning English in an exotic environment with your choice of beaches and historical sites to wonder at and all this with an unbelievable cuisine and nightlife.

This article has been written by Michele Sammut (EFL teacher at Maltalingua English Language School).

For more information about Maltalingua:

Maltalingua English Language School
151, Boxer House Birkirkara Hill
St. Julian’s
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