Do you want to Study Abroad in Malta?
An English language course in the Mediterranean island group of Malta is as attractive a prospect now as it has ever been and combining a course with a holiday is a growing trend among travelers looking to gain more from a trip than just a sun tan.
That’s not to say a sun tan is out of the question, however – with summer temperatures consistently over 30 degrees and mild winters, Malta’s climate provides the perfect setting for relaxing on the beach or exploring the culture and history of the islands.
An English language course is a great way of meeting new people and getting to know like-minded travelers as well as practicing your newly-acquired language skills in an informal environment.
The English Schools in Malta are tightly monitored by the FELTOM organisation ensuring a high level of teaching is maintained and allowing a wide choice of quality language schools for students who wish to learn English here. Malta has plenty on offer after class too. Beach-lovers are spoilt for choice with a range of beaches, bays and coves to suit all tastes.
Whether you’re happiest lying on a beach with just a short walk to the nearest bar, café or ice cream or you prefer the tranquility of a secluded bay, away from the hustle and bustle of the popular tourist spots, Malta has it all. Several of the larger beaches offer water sport facilities. The crystal-clear waters surrounding the island allow for some exhilarating scuba diving experiences with wrecks, reefs and diverse marine-life to explore.
Back on dry land, Malta’s fascinating history and pre-history has left behind some interesting archaeological sites to explore where visitors can get a feel for what Malta was like over 4,000 years ago. A stroll through the island’s historical towns and villages, such as the capital, Valletta, provides an insight into the more recent history of the country; colonial architecture and modern shopping centres combine to create an intriguing mix of old and new.
The regular markets held in most villages are an opportunity to pick up a bargain and to chat to the locals and practise your English skills.
Be sure to conserve some energy for the evenings though, as Malta offers an array of fabulous restaurants offering local and international cuisine including fresh seafood cooked to perfection. The island’s many bars and clubs can then keep you entertained until the small hours before waking up bright-eyed and bushy-tailed for your English class the next day!
With a high standard of teaching, new friends waiting to be met, a stunning location and a climate to match, Malta is perfect to learn English. Study Abroad in Malta – Book your course now!
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