Why learn and study English in Malta?
Learning and studying English in Malta is the best choice you can make and this is for various reasons. Malta is in the heart of the Mediterranean and has excellent weather conditions all year round. It’s very well known to be a popular destination for students of all ages.
160 years of history under British rule gave the Islands of Malta its English heritage and culture. Since Malta’s official languages are Maltese and English, it is one of only a few truly bilingual countries with the additional benefits of a reputable hospitality of the local population and warm weather conditions. In Malta one can also find a large variety of modern shopping malls, cafeterias, bars, restaurants and a distinctive nightlife.
Boasting a rich culture, sun and warm blue sea, this island is ideal for students who would like to learn and study English in Malta while combining learning with leisure.
What to do and see in Malta!
Malta is the ideal location for the outdoor lover as it offers an endless range of free time activities. In Malta you can practice horse-riding, snorkelling, canoeing, scuba-diving, windsurfing, go-carting, camping, trekking, abseiling, jet-skiing, water-skiing, paragliding, golf and many more.
You can visit the world’s oldest free-standing prehistoric temples, our beautiful beaches and the best nightclubs on the island.
You can visit beautiful beaches and plenty of historical places; enjoy fantastic sightseeing by boat, social evening parties and experience the island’s renowned nightlife.
General Information About Malta
Area: 320 sq km (124 sq mi)
Population: 436,947 (2016)
Languages: English and Maltese
Religion: Roman Catholic
Capital city: Valletta 5,680 (2015)
Government: Parliamentary democracy
Health risks: None
Electricity: 240V, 50Hz
Weights & measures: Metric
Learn English in the sun
Malta enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate with hot dry summers and mild winters. The yearly average temperature is 26 degrees Celsius.The Islands have a sunny climate with a daily average of six hours sunshine in mid-winter to more than 12 hours in summer. In Malta rainfall is very low, averaging 578 mm a year. Bathing in the sea is often possible well into the winter season.
Currency: Good value for money
The Euro is the local national currency and 1 Euro is 100 Euro cents. Banks usually open from 8:30 in the mornings and close at 12:30. Foreign currency and International bank cards are accepted by the majority of restaurants and hotels. ATMs and exchange bureau can be found all over the island. Good value for Money…
Driving License: drive safely in Malta
In Malta we drive on the left side of the road. You can drive if you have a valid driving licence issued by any EU Member State without the need to obtain any additional permits. Holders of a valid driving licence issued in any other country can drive up to one year in Malta.
Public Transport: convenient and reasonably priced
The main bus terminus is in Valletta just outside the Valletta City Gate. The majority of busses leave from Valletta and pass through its suburb city of Floriana. There are also a few circular routes, night busses and direct busses as well.