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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.
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 would like to use this opportunity to inform you that Kazakh citizens, who are fully vaccinated with EU approved vaccines as listed below, are now permitted to travel to Malta, given that they provide the vaccination certificate.
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Many shops and stores open as early as 6am and stay open long into the evening. They offer special deals and slashed prices for one day only.
There are a number of things to consider when deciding what to bring with you to Malta. The first is the weather!
Malta enjoys a pleasant climate all year round, with mild winters and hot summers, making it very popular with students and tourists alike.