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Malta is one of the hotspots for English language learners from all around the world with a huge variety of educational offers!


Malta is a top destination for learning English.

The Maltese Islands are officially bilingual, meaning that both Maltese and English are official languages of the country. Malta has some 11,500 students including over 600 international students from 71 different countries.

Malta provides students with a truly immersive experience


The international student will love the beautiful Maltese landscapes, the wonderful food and the low cost of living.  Located about 50 miles south of Sicily in the Mediterranean, Malta is a small archipelago that boast a Mediterranean climate and English speaking population.

As expected, the Mediterranean sea offers a large number of activities to do. You can dive in crystal clear blue waters, canoe, kayak. Or if you like history, you can also easily visit various places on the island, as it is full of history such as; the megalithic temples of Ggantija, the Roman ruins, the medieval castles, the walls, the gardens, the World War II shelters, baroque churches and surprise yourself with everything you can find there.


Well, if you are looking for a place to learn English, close to the sea, have a Mediterranean lifestyle, full of history and an affordable cost, that place is Malta, because money can yield in a way that you do not expect. Some people say that with as little as $2,600 a month, or even less, they have a very comfortable life here.


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Average winter and summer high temperatures across Canada vary from region to region

Mediterranean climate

Sydney has the so-called Mediterranean climate, with warm – hot summers, humidity with an average maximum temperature of 27° C, while winters are mild, with an average maximum temperature of 18° C. Rain is spread evenly across the year, with June being the wettest month and September the driest.

Cost of living

Studying and working in Malta, for international students, can be an enriching and convenient experience, since you can learn the language and at the same time work to cover your living expenses. Prices in Malta are low compared to other EU countries. As an international student, your monthly living expenses can range from €500 to €600 per month, including food, transportation and other leisure activities.


When it comes to accommodation, students typically choose one of the following options:

  • Renting an apartment, which should cost around USD $717 in fixed costs depending on the location.
  • Find a position as a paying guest at a local house, which should cost around USD $461.
  • Get a room in a student residence, with an average cost of about USD $256.
  • Some students also choose to use hostels as their primary residence to save money.

Things to do

Malta is a popular tourist destination and known for its warm climate and breathtaking landscapes that serve as locations for major film productions. The archipelago is home to some of the oldest temples in the world, such as the Megalithic Temples of Malta.


Some of the places to visit:

  1. St. John’s Co-Cathedral.
  2. Vittoriosa Waterfront – Birgu Waterfront.
  3. Spinola Bay.
  4. Valleta Ferry Services.
  5. Mallieha Air Raid Shelter.
  6. Gozo Ferry.
  7. Ghajn Tuffieha Bay.
  8. Popeye Village Malta.
  9. Mellieha Beach.
  10. Qawra Point Beach.
  11. Bugibba Waterpark.
  12. Golden Sands Beach.

International Community:

The 2011 Maltese Census found that more than 6,000 British expats live in Malta, along with 4,000 Australians and nearly 2,000 Canadians. A welcoming bunch, the island has multiple organized expats groups, who regularly get for coffee mornings, evening drinks, and dinners out and about.

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