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10 Good Reasons to Choose ESE School of English
1 – LOCATION
Central location in St Julian’s with easy access to beaches, nightclubs, shopping malls, ESE accommodation facilities and public transport.
2 – CUSTOMER SERVICE
Our motto is that ‘the little things matter’. Our staff will do all they can to provide you with a memorable experience with us at ESE!
3 – QUALITY OF TEACHING
We have two decades of teaching experience to boast about. Our teachers are of native-level proficiency and most have internationally-recognised teaching qualifications. They follow regular Continuing Professional Development courses.
4 – WIDE RANGE OF COURSES
Whether you are choosing to study English for personal development, academic or career advancement reasons, we have the right course for you.
5 – ACCOMMODATION TO SUIT DIFFERENT BUDGETS
We offer a variety of accommodation options to suit your preferences and budget. From hotels to host families, student residences to self-catering apartments, there’s something for everyone.
6 – ACCREDITATIONS
Our long list of accreditations is recognition of our commitment to quality, high standards and consistency across all the services we offer at ESE.
7 – 24/7 WELFARE AND EMERGENCY SERVICE
Our Welfare Support staff are available 24/7 through our School Reception service to assist you during your stay with us at ESE.
8 – MULTILINGUAL STUDENT AND STAFF MIX
At ESE we pride ourselves on being a truly international organisation. We have a staff complement of over 15 nationalities and between us speak 20 languages so that we can offer our students a home away from home.
9 – ESE E-LEARNING
Free access to our flexible e-Learning programme allows you to combine classroom-based learning with online self-study from the moment you book until 3 months after the last day of your course.
10 – PERSONALISATION
And last but not least, the most important reason of all is that we take the time to get to know you, to make you feel at home and to make your stay at ESE as memorable as possible. At ESE, we really believe that the little things matter.
About the Author
Rachel has been working with ESE in a number of roles for the past 11 years. She’s passionate about learning and development, people and communications. Rachel loves being outdoors, escaping to sister-island Gozo with her family and pet beagle, swimming, reading and doing all things creative.
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