Our Courses give a lot of
attention to various aspects of English
Pronunciation and Spelling
On arrival at the Centre, all students are given an initial
test to assess their knowledge of English. These tests enable
the Director of Studies to discover the student's level of
competence and ensure to place students in the proper level of
All courses are
offered at six different levels:
Pre- Intermediate Level
every Monday and consist of 45 minutes. Lessons start at 09:00
in the morning. On request lessons may also take place in the
afternoon. The minimum length of each course is one week
whilst the maximum length is one year. The maximum number of
students in each class is of eight students.
Malta, at the crossroads
of the Mediterranean, is replete with history and colour.
Blessed with year-round sunshine and a temperature climate, it
is a popular, friendly destination. It is also possible to
enjoy a variety of outdoor activities such as golf, tennis,
and cycling. Water sports enthusiasts will find all they need:
swimming, wind surfing, water skiing, scuba diving and
sailing. Trekking and walks around the Maltese countryside in
winter provide a glimpse of the islands innate beauty. Maltese
"Festas" a combination of religious festivity and popular
celebration, are colourful and spectacular events that should
not be missed..
The Maltese archipelago
consists of three inhabited islands: Malta, Gozo, and Comino
and two other uninhabited islands. They lie in the middle of
the Mediterranean Sea, 95 kilometers south of Sicily and 288
kilometers north of North Africa. The total area is 316 square
kilometers (Malta-216, Gozo-67, and Comino-3) Malta has
neither mountains nor rivers. Characterised by a series of low
hills with terraced fields, on its slopes. Malta's coastline
has harbours, bays, creeks, sandy and rocky beaches and coves.
There are 137 square kilometers of shoreline. The longest
distance in Malta, from the South-East to the North-West is
about 27 kilometers, and the widest distance is 14 kilometers
in an east-westerly direction. Gozo, the island of the nymph
Calypso, is smaller than its sister island Malta. The
countryside is greener, more spectacular, and has a distinct
character. Flat-topped hills dot the landscape, while the
coast has rugged cliffs penetrated by steep valleys and
beautiful bays. More rustic and quieter than Malta, it is 14
kilometers long and 7 kilometers at its widest point. The
smallest island, Comino, is home to a handful of farmers.
Neither cars nor noisy activities disturb the peace. The many
bays and rocky coves in Comino, plus the crystal clear water,
are ideal for water-sports such as snorkelling and diving.
There is a regular ferry service to Comino.