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Study English in Malta


In Malta there are more than 56 language schools - that’s a lot compared with the size of the island. Language learning-holidays in Malta have become a huge business. During the last years new schools began to open everywhere.

English is one of the national-languages, Maltese the other. The Maltese speak English, many also speak Italian. But there are also some people who do not speak English (only few). Malta was once a British colony - since 1963 they are independent. Since 2003 Malta is a member of the European Union (EU).












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Gozo
Hello everybody, We will be visiting Gozo for two weeks. Now we would like to know what we definitely should see on that beautiful and tranquil island. How is the public transport operating? What does it cost? Does anybody have some tips wha... Reply now >>

Re: Mates in Malta
hi mate, i am looking accomodation in malta. i am from spain and i arrived last night. can you tell me, where can i found aggencies for accomodation? this is my email: titin_181@hotmail.com... Reply now >>

Re: nightlife
There is a disco/bar/caf in gozo(near xlendi). I dont know anymore whats it called, but its quite nice and also very big!! Do you know it?... Reply now >>





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Vittoriosa (Birgu)

Vittoriosa (Birgu) is probably the nicest of the three peninsulas southwards of Valletta. The city was the first settlement around this area. When the Knights of St. John arrived in Malta in 1530 they set up camp in Vittoriosa and started to upgrade the fortifications, including the Fort St. Angelo. After the Great Siege of 1565 they moved to Valletta. Birgu has nowadays a population of 3000 and the fortifications are as impressive as those of Valletta. Behind every corner you can discover something new. The best way to enter the city is through the ‘Couvre Porte’ which was restored in 2002. Above is a modern gate which breaks through the fortification of the ‘Poste de Provence’ and is used as a road for cars.

University of Malta (UOM)

The university in Malta accommodates around 7500 students. It is the only university on the Maltese Islands. Citizens of the European Union are not required to pay any tuition fees - at least for the moment.

St. Julians, just beautiful

St. Julians is wonderful. The promenade is very nice and at night everything is lit up. Many restaurants are very inviting, not only for the food but also for the beautiful view over St. Julians bay and the street-life. Cafes, bars and souvenir shops are everywhere. It is worth to have a look at.




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