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Why Learn English in Malta?

About Malta

Malta is a small island in the centre of the Mediterranean.  Its position makes it the ideal destination to visit all year round.  Malta boasts a rich history, with stunning temples found around the main islands dating back to 3600 B.C.  Sunny weather all year round means that many visitors can enjoy the outdoors throughout all four seasons.  Malta is an archipelago made up of three islands, namely Malta, Gozo and Comino.  It has a population of about 450,000, while its sister island, Gozo, has only about 40,000 inhabitants. Comino, on the other hand, is renowned for the beautiful crystal clear waters of the Blue Lagoon, which is a very popular swimming destination for tourists and locals alike.  Malta is dotted with stunning architecture from different eras and people visiting the island enjoy walking around our capital city, Valletta and the Medieval city of Mdina. For those who enjoy a busy nightlife, Paceville, St.Julians and Sliema are the ideal tourist areas with streets lined with bars, restaurants, cafes and clubs.  In Malta, one can enjoy local food, as well as other Mediterranean and international cuisine.  Maltese people are renowned for their generosity and kindness and the fact that we are bilingual means tourists feel welcome and at home when visiting.

Living in Malta

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Living on a small island like Malta means that everywhere is within reach.  People find it easy to socialise and meet friends and family as they are often only a few minutes away.  Since Malta has such a small population, we have close-knit families who often meet during holidays and festivities as well as on special family occasions.  A big part of our culture is something we call ‘Festa’ – this is a village feast which is celebrated in different localities, normally at the weekend during the summer months.  Each parish church celebrates the feast of the patron saint by decorating the streets, organising parades, band music, setting up stalls selling typical Maltese delicacies, as well as beautiful fireworks.

You might be asking yourself, when should I go to Malta?

Most people like to come during the months of July August and September with more than 50% of all students coming during the peak 3 months.  The good thing about coming during the summer is that it is the hottest time of the year.  The downside is that the Island gets to be a little crowded and prices increase. Spring and Autumn offer good alternatives but come in the winter to take advantage of our lower prices and more individual attention.

How long should I stay?

The average stay for learning English in 2015 was 3.2 weeks.  In truth the average duration is getting longer with many more students coming for longer periods. Malta offers a lower cost of living then other destinations.  Once your course and accommodation fees are paid you can live on circa 75.00 euro per week.

Will I find students of my same age?

am Language studio caters for students of all ages.  By offering both Adult and Teenage courses we offer our services to students as young as 12 right through to senior citizens.

Some additional facts:

The majority of students came from Italy, Germany and Russia. In total these made up 49.7 per cent of total student visits.

The largest number of language students were aged 18 to 25 and totalled 19,613, or 25.3 per cent. Students aged 50 and over were in the minority and numbered 4,250. Female students outnumbered males, and accounted for 58.0 per cent of the entire student population.

July was the busiest month for English language specialised schools, with 17,207 arrivals, or 22.2 per cent of the annual total. In contrast, December recorded the lowest number of arrivals, with less than 1,000 student visits.

Are students satisfied with am Language Studios’ tuition Programme?

On average over 95% of students attending our courses say that they are happy to recommend am language Studio to their friends.  Visit our testimonial page to see what students have to say about learning English with us.

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Moon, Korea, October 2017

I strongly advise to those who want to learn English to come in Malta and to try am Language school. You can have a beautiful experience.

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Can, Turkey, October 2017

I strongly advise people who want to learn English to come to Malta and to try am Language. You can learn and improve your English with amazing teachers. Besides of that, the school also gives you the opportunity to have fun and to meet many people from different countries.

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Antonio, Italy, September 2017

I chose AM Language Studio because a friend of mine suggested me this school for its interesting and efficient teaching methods.

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Lea, Slovakia, August 2017

studied for two weeks in AM Language Studio and they have been the best ones in my life. My friend Martin studied in Malta 3 years ago and he recommended me this school and told me „Please go and I promise this will be your best summer and when you will come back to Slovakia you will be more than grateful!“ And it was.

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Sabrina, Italy, August 2017

My advice for those who wants to improve and learn English is to come in Malta, because it's one of the most beautiful place for summer and you can meet many people from many countries!

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Claudia, Italy, August 2017

My advice for those who want to learn English is to come to am Language because it is a really good school with nice teacher and also Malta is amazing, you can improve your English while you have the activities with the school.

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Elisabeth, Italy, August 2017

All I can say is, if you want to learn english, visit Am Language Studio, you will meet a lot of people, you will enjoy it, and make a lot of good memories.

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Alexia, France, July 2017

I chose AM Language Studio because in France it was one of the first organizations with a good price / performance ratio. If you want to learn English in a relaxed way and do a lot of activities and met, AM Language is perfect.

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Luca, Sardegna, July 2017

I choose to study in I AM language because I have read a lot of good reviews, I like the positive location next to the capital to discover this island and I chose this school also for the dynamic and interesting activities program for extra scholastic!

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Yanisleydys, Cuba, July 2017

I did research online for a language school and from all the schools Am Language has been my favourite.

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Why choose Malta? Why choose am Language Studio?

am Language Studio is the ideal place to improve your level of English. Led by a young dynamic team our commitment is towards offering students from all over the world a truly unforgettable learning experience on the Islands of Malta. Yet don’t take our word for it, check out our testimonials and see what our students have to say instead.

Full immersion

Join am Language Studio and enjoy a complete English experience. From our staff to our leisure programme, take advantage of a complete English experience. Our leisure programme offers diverse activities for adults, teens and juniors alike and is a fantastic way to meet and interact with people from all over the world in English.

Personalization

Our aim is to cater to your needs. All courses are offered in a friendly, personal and professional environment and our teachers are all licenced, highly experienced, native speakers of English. We offer a wide variety of courses to suit different requirements and are expert in providing tailor- made programmes.

Accreditation and Licensing

am Language studio strives to bring you the highest standards in all aspects of your stay. As a founding member of FELTOM and having all departments accredited by ISO 9001, our aim is to ensure that we offer the highest quality services possible. am Language Studio is licenced by the Ministry of Education and ELT Council.