Our students choose Malta, not only for its amazing beaches and lifestyle, but also because they see the opportunity to meet new people from all over the world, practicing English and improving their knowledge.
First of all, do you know what languages are spoken in this archipelago?
Here’s a hint! Bongu and grazzi “hello” y “thank you”, are basic words of the official language: Maltese, a language with Arabic origins, but also Latin influence (Italian, for example). However, it was a British colony, so most of its inhabitants speak english perfectly.
Now that you are familiar with the history, we will explain which courses you can study:
- General English courses
- English for work: you will acquire fluency and communication skills in your work environment.
- Exam preparation: Cambridge, IELTS, TOEFL.
- English courses for adults
If you have any questions, contact us!
Malta in COVID times
To enter Malta, you must be up to date with the current regulations. Nowadays, the airport is open and the restrictions depend on whether your place of origin belongs to the: Green list, Ambar list o Red list.
- Those belonging to the Green list will not have to present any test when entering the airport (e.g. Canary Islands).
- Countries on the Amber list must present a negative PCR test 72 hours prior to arrival in the country. In addition, random tests will be done at the airport. This list includes countries such as Uruguay, Spain, France, Italy, etc….
- Countries included in the Red List must pass through one of the corridor countries before entering Malta and take a negative PCR test 72 hours prior to arrival on the island. Once in Malta, quarantine for 14 days. For some Latin American countries, it is recommended to travel to Turkey and do the 14-day quarantine there (since for tourists, for the moment, there are not many restrictions) and then travel to Malta with a negative PCR but without quarantine.
All of these regulations are subject to change, so if you have any questions, do not hesitate to write to us!