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English school in St. Julian

The school is in St Julians, a charming tourist place constructed around a small bay and is one of the few English academies that has the international accreditation of ISO 9001 quality. You will receive a warm welcome by teachers and the whole team. 

Our students come from all around the world, which means you will need to communicate with your classmates in English. You will also learn about different cultures, opening your eyes and making friends whilst practicing and improving your language. 

Facilities 

  • 62 modern classrooms
  • Free Wifi 
  • Interactive whiteboards
  • Student common room
  • Library
  • Cafe
  • Garden
  • Computers with internet connection 
  • Self study areas

Characteristics

  • Internet doesn´t have  Internet
  • Library doesn´t have  Library
  • Computer room doesn´t have  Computer room
  • Cafe doesn´t have  Cafe
  • Tea or coffee machine doesn´t have  Tea or coffee machine
  • Garden doesn´t have  Garden
  • Wifi doesn´t have  Wifi
  • Student lounge doesn´t have  Student lounge
  • Prayer room doesn´t have  Prayer room
  • Kitchenette doesn´t have  Kitchenette
  • Support deparment for the students doesn´t have  Support deparment for the students

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Holidays

  • 31/03/2017
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Study English in St. Julian Superior 

Small and easy to explore, Malta is a fun and charming place to learn English. You can relax on the beach or visit one of the many places of interest that you can find on the island. Malta will always put a smile on your face. More than just sun, Malta is full of history and has great natural beauty, from neolithic temples to crystal clear waters. 

Historical Interests

  • The position of Malta is right in the middle of the main sea routes of the Mediterranean. 
  • It has resulted in numerous foreign invasions which have left their mark on the culture of the country. The island was colonized by the Phoenicians, Romans, and Arabs 
  • In 1530 the emperor of Spain gave the islands to the Knights of the Order of San Juan, in exchange for two "Maltese Falcons" a year. 
  • In World War II Malta was bombed mercilessly and played a crucial role in the Allied invasion of Italy.
  • After the war Malta was slowly gaining its independence until in 1974 it became an independent republic. 
  • In 2004 it became a member of the European Union, and since 2008 it belongs to the European Schengen free movement of citizens. 
  • The latest invasion is students from around the world who come to learn English and have fun every year. 

Leisure

Malta is an island with lots going on and lots of atmosphere. The main street to go out on is St Julian Street. This street is where all the clubs and gambling dens are concentrated, so you will spend most of your nightlife there. Normally this is often the target after "heated engines" on rigor stop at the beach. 

The beaches that you can not miss: 

  • Paradise Bay is one of the most beautiful beaches in Malta. To reach the bay, a bit hidden, go to the penultimate stop of line 645, before Cirkewwa. From there, walk on the path for a mile to discover a flight of stairs. We recommend going during the week because the weekend it is very busy. It is also advisable that you wear goggles. 
  • Ghajn Tuffieha Bay next to Golden Bay, but with more charm to separate from it being a trail. This pretty bay has the backdrop of hills and cliffs that extend in both directions. 
  • What catches the attention of the Blue Lagoon are the dazzling turquoise waters. To enjoy it you have to get to Comino. Despite not being a fully-fledged beach, in the summer, the smooth rocks are crowded. It is also great to swim with goggles. A perfect place to photograph and admire the peaceful Mediterranean from the highest cliffs. 

The Maltese food 

Maltese cuisine is made up of a long relationship between the Maltese and Spaniards who have ruled the islands. The fusion of tastes has given Malta's kitchen a distinctive flavour in Mediterranean cuisine. Although it has many native dishes, many recipes also have strong culinary influence: (especially Sicilian) and Turkish. 

The traditional Maltese cuisine consists of soups (minestrone and fish soup), pasta and pastries. Some typical Maltese dishes are ftira Biz-zejt, Gbejniet, pastizzi and Ross il-Forn. Thry are typical stuffed dishes and braised rabbit (Stuffat Tal-Fenek) is a national dish. 

Getting around Malta 

Not being very large, moving between the Maltese islands is relatively easy. 

The public bus service in Malta and Gozo is a good way to get around, since buses cover the major tourist areas, they go practically everywhere and are cheap and efficient. The price of a ticket ranges from € 0.35 to 0.58 € and the longest trip lasts around fifty minutes; the average distance is between twenty and thirty minutes. 

Another alternative is to rent scooters, motorcycles or mountain bikes, but this way trips are more limited because not all roads are upgraded for two-wheeled vehicles. 

There are white taxis to pick up passengers at any point except at bus stops. Taxi services from the Malta International Airport to all localities in Malta are based on fixed rates. 

There is a regular ferry service linking Malta to Gozo; the trip from one island to another takes about twenty minutes. There are also regular boat services between the islands and Comino 

Website of the Malta Transport Company. 

 Fly To Malta 

Malta International Airport, also known as Luqa Airport, is the only means of air transport in the small country of Malta, and has only international flights. It is located in the village of Luqa, 8 km from Valletta. 

Getting to Malta from Spain you can fly with: 

  • Clickair 
  • Ryanair 
  • Vueling 
  • Air Malta 

 

From the Airport to the City: 

Bus: Regular bus services between the airport and the urban area has a journey time of 25 to 30 minutes.

Taxi: Taxi ranks are located in the arrivals according to the destination and the fare is fixed. You pay before getting into the car. 

Addresses 

Tourist offices in Malta: 
1 City Arcades 
City Gate 
Valletta 
Tel: (356) 21237747 
Fax: (356) 21255844 

Embassy of Spain in Malta 
47-50 Ta'Xblex MSD11 
Valletta 
Tel: (356) 34 44 64 
E-mail: mgatt@atlas.com.mt


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General Course

Structure of the course: 20 lessons of standard English per week 

Improve your understanding of English and learn how to use it. You will focus on the 4 skills: speaking, understanding, reading and writing. 

Perfect for

Ideal for those that want to have enough time for studying whilst enjoying their free time.

Additional information

The teachers create a relaxed and informal environment, and are trained to offer support, observe and pay attention throughout the course. This focus allows you to improve your confidence and fluency at the same time.

Characteristics

  • Course duration From 1 week
  • Lecciones per Week  20
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  12
  • Average during the rest of year  0
  • Minimum age  16

Intensive Course

Structure of the course: 30 lessons of intensive English per week

Improve your understanding of English and learn how to use it. Your classes will be focused on the 4 main skills: speaking, understanding, reading and writing. 

Perfect for

Ideal for those that want to improve their level of English quickly and efficiently, and to feel more confident when improving fluency in day to day situations.

Additional information

As well as textbooks, the teachers often use real life materials, such as newspapers, videos, internet and CD. Thanks to these methods, you will be able to clearly understand how to use the language.

Characteristics

  • Course duration From 1 week
  • Lecciones per Week  30
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning and afternoon
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  12
  • Average during the rest of year  0
  • Minimum age  16

Business English

Structure of the course: 20 lessons of general English + 10 lessons of Business English 

This intensive English course will help you to improve your fluency, precision and ability to communicate up to a level that you need to work in the English speakng world of Business. 

Perfect for

Ideal for those that want to change profession, have more possibilities to get a better job, learn English to succeed in the world of Business or simply those who need English for their job.

Additional information

With this course, you will develop general English skills, focusing on language that you will need in your place of work. You will adquire the means that you need to be able to express yourself in English. So that, in the future, if you want to write a report or do a presentation in English, you will be able to do so confidently.

Characteristics

  • Course duration From 1 week
  • Lecciones per Week  30
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning and afternoon
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  B1, B2, C1, C2.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  12
  • Average during the rest of year  0
  • Minimum age  16

Cambridge preparation course

Structure of the course: 20 preparation lessons for the Cambridge exam

The Cambridge exams are well known by employers, universities and schools from around the world, and the results are valid for life. We make sure that you are well prepared to take the exam and get a good mark. 

You can take exams: 

  • FCE (First Certificate in English) This is if you want to make use of a wide variety of English, both spoken and written. 
  • CAE (Certificate in Advanced English) This is what you need to use English for most professional and academic purposes. 

Perfect for

Ideal for those that want to go to an English speaking University, work in an international environment, give you a competitive advantage in your professional career, an international certificate that shows your level of English or simply just to improve your opportunities for your future work.

Additional information

Learn the necessary techniques to pass the exam. You will work with past papers to learn how to respond correctly to the questions.

Characteristics

  • Course duration From 1 week
  • Lecciones per Week  20
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning and afternoon
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  B1, B2, C1, C2.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  12
  • Average during the rest of year  0
  • Minimum age  16

General course for over 30´s

This course is ideal for people over 30 interested in an English course with students of the same age in a multicultural environment. 

The structure of the course is the same as the general English course, 20 lessons per week from Monday to Friday. 

The objective of the course is to help the students improve their understanding of English and learn how to use it. The course will focus on 4 skills: speaking, understanding, reading and writing, paying special attention to communication. 

Characteristics

  • Course duration from 1 week
  • Lecciones per Week  20
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  12
  • Average during the rest of year  10
  • Minimum age  30

Characteristics

  • Course duration desde 1 semana
  • Lecciones per Week  30
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Mañana y tarde
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  16
  • Average during the rest of year  12
  • Minimum age  30

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Extra-curricular Activities

The students have the option to include leisure activites in their study programme. This is a great way to get to know international students, as well as students from other countries. 

A social programme is organised so that students enjoy events such as:

  • Cinema nights, enjoy a film and discuss it afterwards with other students 
  • International night, enjoy yourself with other students 
  • Beach club, loungers in the beach club on the promenade of Sliema 
  • Games night, participate with other students and employees from the school for a fun night of games. 

*All activities can change without notice and will depend on when in the year it is. 

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Accommodation

Family

You will live with a local English speaking family. As a member of the family, you will live and eat with them. Many students love to be part of the family and feel an extra sense of security. You will receive a warm welcome, comfort and homemade food.

You can choose between accommodation in a single or double room. If you opt for a double room, you can share with another student from another nationality, but you can also choose to share it with a friend. 

The bedding and towels are provided by the welcoming family,  as well as laundry per week. During your stay with the family, you will have access to the common areas such as the living room, dining room and kitchen, although the majority of the students will not use the kitchen alone. You will share the bathrooms with the family, or choose the option of having an ensuite. 

 

Room Type: single or double room

School distance: 10-30 minutes by bus

Check-in: Saturday or Sunday

Check-out: Saturday or Sunday

Characteristics

  • Internet it has Internet
  • Private bathroom it has Private bathroom
  • Laundry facilities it has Laundry facilities
  • Cleaning service doesn´t have  Cleaning service
  • Wifi it has Wifi
  • Kitchen it has Kitchen
  • Kithchen Utensils it has Kithchen Utensils
  • Security service doesn´t have  Security service
  • Bed-linen it has Bed-linen
  • Towels it has Towels
  • Breakfast doesn´t have  Breakfast
  • Half Board it has Half Board
  • Full Board doesn´t have  Full Board

Shared apartment

The shared apartments offer more freedom and independence. With this option, the students share accommodation with other international students, so these apartments are good for those who are more self-sufficient. 

They offer a good quality-price ratio and are a suitable basic level accommodation. 

Self-catered 

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Room Type: single or double room

School distance: from 1 minute walk to 15 minutes by bus

Check-in: Sunday

Check-out: Saturday

Characteristics

  • Internet it has Internet
  • Private bathroom it has Private bathroom
  • Laundry facilities it has Laundry facilities
  • Cleaning service it has Cleaning service
  • Wifi it has Wifi
  • Kitchen it has Kitchen
  • Kithchen Utensils doesn´t have  Kithchen Utensils
  • Security service doesn´t have  Security service
  • Bed-linen it has Bed-linen
  • Towels it has Towels
  • Breakfast doesn´t have  Breakfast
  • Half Board doesn´t have  Half Board
  • Full Board doesn´t have  Full Board

1 bedroom apartment

If you are travelling with friends, or simply want your own privacy, you have the option of staying in a one bedroom apartment.

These apartments (without food) are located a few minutes from the school. The apartments are cheaper than the hotels and have a lot more character. Living in your own apartment offers you total freedom throughout your stay.

The apartments are furnished and have all that you may need to make your stay as comfortable as possible. In the bedrooms, a maximum of 3 people can stay and they have their own kitchen. 

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Room Type: single or shared

School distance: from 10 minute walk to 20 minutes by bus

Check-in: Sunday

Check-out: Saturday

Characteristics

  • Internet doesn´t have  Internet
  • Private bathroom doesn´t have  Private bathroom
  • Laundry facilities it has Laundry facilities
  • Cleaning service it has Cleaning service
  • Wifi doesn´t have  Wifi
  • Kitchen it has Kitchen
  • Kithchen Utensils it has Kithchen Utensils
  • Security service doesn´t have  Security service
  • Bed-linen doesn´t have  Bed-linen
  • Towels it has Towels
  • Breakfast doesn´t have  Breakfast
  • Half Board doesn´t have  Half Board
  • Full Board doesn´t have  Full Board

2 bedroom apartment

Characteristics

  • Internet doesn´t have  Internet
  • Private bathroom doesn´t have  Private bathroom
  • Laundry facilities it has Laundry facilities
  • Cleaning service it has Cleaning service
  • Wifi it has Wifi
  • Kitchen doesn´t have  Kitchen
  • Kithchen Utensils it has Kithchen Utensils
  • Security service doesn´t have  Security service
  • Bed-linen it has Bed-linen
  • Towels it has Towels
  • Breakfast doesn´t have  Breakfast
  • Half Board doesn´t have  Half Board
  • Full Board doesn´t have  Full Board

Shared summer apartment

Characteristics

  • Internet doesn´t have  Internet
  • Private bathroom doesn´t have  Private bathroom
  • Laundry facilities doesn´t have  Laundry facilities
  • Cleaning service it has Cleaning service
  • Wifi doesn´t have  Wifi
  • Kitchen it has Kitchen
  • Kithchen Utensils it has Kithchen Utensils
  • Security service doesn´t have  Security service
  • Bed-linen it has Bed-linen
  • Towels doesn´t have  Towels
  • Breakfast doesn´t have  Breakfast
  • Half Board doesn´t have  Half Board
  • Full Board doesn´t have  Full Board

How to get there

Getting around Malta 

Not being very large, moving between the Maltese islands is relatively easy. 

The public bus service in Malta and Gozo is a good way to get around, since buses cover the major tourist areas, go practically everywhere and are cheap and efficient. The price of a ticket ranges from € 0.35 to 0.58 € and the longest tour lasts around fifty minutes; the average distance is between twenty and thirty minutes. 

Another alternative is to rent scooters, motorcycles or mountain bikes, but this way trips are more limited because not all roads are upgraded for two-wheeled vehicles. 

There are white taxis to pick up passengers at any point except at bus stops. Taxi services from the Malta International Airport to all localities in Malta are based on fixed rates. 

There is a regular ferry service linking Malta to Gozo; the trip from one island to another takes about twenty minutes. There are also regular boat services between the islands and Comino 

Website of the Malta Transport Company. 

 Fly To Malta 

Malta International Airport, also known as Luqa Airport, is the only means of air transport in the small country of Malta, and has only international flights. It is located in the village of Luqa, 8 km from Valletta. 

Getting to Malta from Spain you can fly with: 

  • Clickair 
  • Ryanair 
  • Vueling 
  • Air Malta 

 

From the Airport to the City: 

Bus: Regular bus services between the airport and the urban area has a journey time of 25 to 30 minutes.

Taxi: Taxi ranks are located in the arrivals according to the destination and the fare is fixed. You pay before getting into the car. 

Addresses 

Tourist offices in Malta: 
1 City Arcades 
City Gate 
Valletta 
Tel: (356) 21237747 
Fax: (356) 21255844 

Embassy of Spain in Malta 
47-50 Ta'Xblex MSD11 
Valletta 
Tel: (356) 34 44 64 
E-mail: mgatt@atlas.com.mt



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