Young Adults 17+ years
Learn English, meet other multinational students of similar age and enjoy a fantastic language holiday.
The Young Adults English programme in Malta is for more independent and mature teens who would like more flexibility and less supervision during their study holiday at ESE. While students booked on this English course do not have curfews, our monitors are at hand to offer support and guidance and check class attendance daily.
The programme includes General English 20, accommodation as booked in either the brand new 3 star Number 11 Hotel (next door to ESE) or host family, both on Half-board, an activity programme, airport transfers, course material and certificate.
- speak more fluently
- read more efficiently
- improve listening skills
- expand your vocabulary
- meet like-minded people
Every Monday from 27.03.2021 to 06.11.2021
General English 20 – 20 lessons (15 hours) / General English 30 – 30 lessons (22.5 hours) / Intensive English – 20 Group lessons (15 hours) + 10 Individual lessons (7.5 hours)
At school and all ESE activities
What course is included in the Young Adults programme?
General English 20 is the standard and most popular course in this programme as it offers classes in the morning or afternoon with more free time for leisure. Generally, the four daily lessons of General English 20 are held in the afternoon.
However, for the more serious learner two other courses are good options: General English 30 and Intensive English. Below is some information on all three courses. Do note however that opting for either GE 30 or Intensive English 30 means that some leisure activities may be missed when the additional lessons have conflicting times with any organised activities.
General English 20
Mornings 4 lessons
Afternoons no lessons
20 lessons per week, recommended for anyone who wants to improve their English in a class with students from all over the world at the same English level. This is a popular course with students who need to brush up their English in a short period (1 -3 weeks) or to really improve their English to higher levels at ESE for a long period (4 – 24 weeks) but with more free time.
General English 30
Mornings 4 lessons
Afternoons 2 lessons
30 lessons per week, recommended for anyone who wants or needs to dedicate more time to learning English. More lessons means faster progress in improving your English level. Morning lessons are similar to GE 20 lessons whilst afternoon lessons are more flexible and tend to be more conversational according to the students’ needs and requirements.
Mornings 4 lessons
Afternoons One-to-one tuition
30 lessons per week, recommended for anyone who wants to combine group lessons with one-to-one lessons. This course is very popular with students who want or need to improve their English in a shorter period of time (1 – 3 weeks). It is also popular with students who have a well defined learning goal and who need that personal attention and tuition by a professional teacher.
What else is included in the Young Adults programme?
Accommodation as booked
Free WiFi at residences
Pickup from airport
Student support & welfare
There are two accommodation options for Young Adults: Number 11 Hotel and Host Family. Both options are on a Half-Board basis with breakfast and dinner.
Number 11 Hotel is a brand new 3 star hotel right next door to ESE. For convenience of location and comfort this is a fantastic option with meals. Read more.
For students who prefer to experience the security and comfort of a home and Maltese culture then staying at a Host Family would be the best option. For more information about our Host Family accommodation click here.
An important part of the Young Adults programme is the leisure activities. These activities are varied and include such exciting ones as the ESE Welcome Party, boat trips and seasonal beach events. For more details please click here to download a sample activity programme.
What is your level of English?
Don’t worry – we’ll figure that out for you.
Before arrival you must do the ESE online placement test, which must be submitted at least 7 days before you start your course. If you do not manage to do your test from home, then you will be will asked to sit for a short placement test on your first day at school.
Our academic staff will ensure that you follow your course at the right language level for you.