Articles in this blog may be ESE news, academic pieces written by our team or events in Malta of general interest.
Now that you’ve selected Malta as your destination, you should be ready to choose a school that is right for you. Malta is home to over 40 English language schools. In this blog we propose several factors for you to consider before choosing your ideal English Language school.
One of the most effective ways to study and improve your English is to travel to an English-speaking country. Malta is just one of 55 countries worldwide where English is both a legally recognised and existing official language and one of the very few countries in Europe where this is so. If you’re still searching for destinations to improve your English, this blog post will explain why you should choose Malta!
Here are some reasons why you should consider a career in teaching English as a foreign language. Not to mention, ESE is offering its TEFL Course once again!
One of the most prestigious English language certificates is certainly IELTS. This stands for “International English Language Testing System” – simply put, it is an international English language test for proficiency amongst those whose first language is not English. This blog post will explain the exam and what makes the Academic pathway different from General Training.
We are often asked for guidance on how to choose the right course. You need to determine WHY you are going to study English. Do you need it for your future career? Do you need to sit for an exam to provide proof of your level of English proficiency for university admission or visa purposes? Or are you looking to becoming fluent in English because it is an international language, and you feel that it will help you for your personal work or travel reasons?
Few can resist the early calls of spring: melodious song, endless green and the harsh, cold winter finally coming to an end. We can enjoy walks on the beach again and successfully dry our laundry outdoors. For our predecessors the coming of spring was even more important, since a cruel winter could mean the death of precious crops that were meant to feed their families. Spring signified the start of a bountiful season and it was celebrated as such – with simple habits that were transformed into traditions all around the world today.
In 1996, the day was marked with the theme, ‘Celebrating the Past Planning for the Future’ and since then a different theme was assigned every year.