English Courses in Malta
The British helped to defend Malta against Napoleon and liked the
island so much, they colonized it. Hence, English is first and
official language on Malta and the premier Mediterranean English
language learning location. Educational system is entirely British
and Maltese English language schools enjoy an excellent reputation
world wide. Enjoy a unique mixture of Mediterranean and British
lifestyles and improve your English by attending an international
English language course in Malta. Esp. English language
summer schools are immensely attractive.
Malta is not merely old, it's essentially mythical with Medieval
dungeons, megalithic temples, dizzying limestone cliffs, Mediterranean
seashore and heaps of sunshine.
The island's history was a contested one with all inhabitants
leaving their traces: Today, Malta is proud of an unmatched density
of archeological and cultural treasures. Discover the 'silent city'
of Mdina with its serene baroque cathedral or the prehistoric
ruins of Hagar Qim. Another the distinct influence originates
from Christian crusades. Catholic order 'Knights of St. John's'
are still celebrated by the deeply Catholic population. Mosta
is famous for its massive church Rotunda, which has one of the largest
unsupported domes in the world.
Neighboring island Gozo features a prettier countryside,
fewer tourists, the impressive domes of Ggantija temples and mythical
Calypso's cave. Check out island sea with its beautiful beaches.
Malta is obviously perfect for any beach activity and one of the
best European spots for snorkeling and diving.
Study at Malta University
The academic antecessor of Malta university was founded by Jesuits
in the 16th century. The order was expatriated two centuries later,
but the university staid on. About 7000 Maltese students profit
from a wide selection of courses.
For those striving to enter the realm of diplomace there is even
an Academy of Diplomatic Studies.