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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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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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We are all Eaquals!

Eaquals Conference Riga, 26th – 29th April 2017 We attended the Eaquals conference in Riga, Latvia last week, between the 26th – 29th…
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‘Kewkba’- The Star

All about the guy behind the light   Last Saturday was the day the whole of Malta, 92% of the households to be…
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Student testimonial – Arnaud’s experience at ESE

Arnaud Vandamme Nationality: French Age: 23 Programme: Exam Skills  – 6 Weeks – October 2015 to December 2015, General English 20 – 12…
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Michela and Amanda’s daily diary at the EAQUALS Conference

Day #1 Pre-conference Management Training Workshop – Personal Excellence for language centre management by George Pickering A brilliant start to the conference with…
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Sarah and Heidi’s daily diary at IATEFL

Day #1 Having arrived a day before the IATEFL Conference, Heidi, our Exam Coordinator and Sarah, our Quality Assurance and Teacher Development Coordinator…
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Holy Week (Il-Gimgha Mqaddsa /ɪlʤɪmʌmʔʌtsʌ/) in Malta

The celebrations, ceremonies and traditions which take place during Holy Week in Malta are determined by the Roman Catholic traditions. Catholics commemorate the…
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Brits and Yanks: Divided by Language

Over the past few centuries, the English language spread from the United Kingdom, along with its former Empire, to the farthest reaches: across…
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