As of today, 9 May 2022, travel into Malta will no longer be categorised into ‘red’ and ‘dark red’. Quarantine upon arrival has been removed.
Articles in this blog may be ESE news, academic pieces written by our team or events in Malta of general interest.
The strawberry festival has returned after three long years! This blog post will tell you what the festival is all about and its festivities.
There’s one day in the year (besides New Year’s Eve of course) where many of us like to party like there’s no tomorrow… this is St. Patrick’s Day, which takes place annually on the 17th of March. Although it is not a public holiday, Maltese people still choose to take leave from work and grab a few pints with their friends.
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!
Christmas in Malta is celebrated in a grand style. From decorated homes, to street lights, to festivals dedicated to the festive season, there’s no doubt the holiday cheer is present on our islands! Can’t decide where to go yet? This blog post will be your guide to a selection of unmissable events taking place this Christmas.
‘Christmas time, mistletoe and wine’ goes the song. Have you ever heard it? It’s sung by Sir Cliff Richard and it describes Christmas rather well especially Christmas in the UK. If you prefer something more rocking, then I recommend ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’ by Slade.