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50+ English programme at ESE – Learning for Life

50+ English programme at ESE Learning for Life No matter how young or old we are, we never stop learning. Here at ESE…
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Why I love teaching?

I fell in love with teaching English as a foreign language in the summer of 2002, when I used to teach during my…
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What should I pack for my study travel trip to Malta?

What do I need to pack for my stay? There are a number of things to consider when deciding what to bring with…
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Why work in the English language teaching industry?

I was barely 18 when I stumbled into the EFL world. I had just finished my A level and TEFL course and before…
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10 Good Reasons to Choose ESE School of English

We make choosing a language school for your next study travel experience even easier. Apart from offering excellent value for money, there are…
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Which is the right online course for you?

We advise you to choose your online course depending on why you want to follow the course and what you hope to achieve…
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Why should I follow an ESE online English language course?

There are many advantages to following a course online:   There are a number of courses to choose from so you can choose…
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Milan Junior Camp Programme – English and Football – 10 – 16 yrs

  Just imagine being able to train with professional football coaches, qualified and approved by AC Milan, on the beautiful island of Malta,…
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How can I improve my English if I can’t follow a face-to-face English language course?

Online English Learning If you need to improve your level of English but are a bit tight on time or cash or can’t…
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Teach English in Malta!

Are you an EFL (English Foreign Language) teacher already or thinking of becoming one? Want to travel and teach in warmer climes but…
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