Why so many Asians are choosing a language holiday in Malta

A trip through Europe is a fantastic way of meeting new people, experiencing new cultures and seeing some spectacular natural wonders but why not combine all of this with learning a new skill on your trip? An increasing number of people from Asia and beyond are coupling a holiday in Europe with an English language course and when it comes to choosing the perfect destination for the course, the bilingual island group of Malta offers much more than simply beautiful surroundings and sporting activities in the comfort of a pleasant climate.

Malta is located in the Mediterranean Sea so has a mild climate all year round and, as an island with so much history to explore – not to mention beautiful beaches and coves to relax in, there is always something to keep you entertained outside of the classroom.

When choosing a language school, it is important to consider first and foremost the quality of teaching on offer. This is why Maltalingua English Language School only employs teachers who carry a certification to teach English as a foreign language so you can rest assured that the courses are of great educational value. Classes are taught in small groups, giving learners the opportunity to get to know their fellow course-mates and increase confidence in their spoken English. Students’ individual needs are catered for, whether that’s general English, business English or something more specific. Intensive or part time courses are also available, depending on your time constraints.

Your free time is an opportunity to practise your English with the island’s native speakers in one of the many village markets, delicious seafood restaurants or lively night spots. Afternoons can be spent wandering through the narrow streets of the historical towns and villages or, for something a little more adventurous, a number of the island’s beaches offer watersports.

Malta is now extremely accessible from Asia, and a trip here won't break the bank either! Aeroflot, Turkish Airlines and Egypt Air all fly from some of the bigger hubs in Asia to Europe with only one transfer but, for only a little more, British Airways will take you directly to London from Bangkok or Singapore. Once you've arrived in Europe it's easy and cheap to get to Malta with the budget airline Air Malta.

For more info check:
Web: www.maltalingua.com

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  1. I am from Portugal and like to improve English in Malta, too.
    Cool video.


  2. I think everyone wants to ensure that they present their best work at all times. This is so whether someone is writing in English or another language.

    important ESL skills


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