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“ My Poem”
By EC Student
Yesterday on the coast I drank some tea
And my heart beat faster when I did you see.
Sometimes I believe I can fly
In the endless blue sky.
Now I’m sitting alone in the train
And you won’t get out of my brain.
How time flies and it’s late
Only 2 hours and I’ll arrive in the state.
My experience in Malta was really high
But now is time to say goobye
EC Malta has sponsored the AIESEC WENA (Western Europe and North America) Leadership Development Seminar for 2010 which was held for 200 new members in Malta from the 12th till the 16th of March. The Opening Ceremony took place at the Sir Temi Zammit Hall at University on Friday the 12th of March, and consisted of entertainment and a panel discussion relating to Leadership. The experts on the panel were: Dr. Christopher Bezzina; Stefania Fabri, Director of the International & EU Office at the University of Malta; Lisa Pullicino, PWC; Michael Xuereb, EC Language Schools; Alba Cauchi, AIESEC Alumnus; James Cassar, KSU. Stefania Fabri, Lisa Pullicino, Michael Xuereb, and Alba Cauchi are all AIESEC Alumni. Global Village was held afterwards, also at the University were delegates promoted their country and culture.
Saint Joseph the worker, is celebrated throughout the Catholic world. In Malta the day’s celebrations are most vibrant in the town of Rabat. Church services and processions are held each year on Saint Joseph’s Day, which is a public holiday on the Maltese Islands.
We shall be meeting at 11am in front of the school to catch the bus all together to the town of Rabat.
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Since 3 months I am living in Malta and I like it very much. There are many different courses I can choose from and I like the nature of the island. At Hugo’s and Fuego I met a lot of new people of various nationalities. I am happy to live in an apartment because I can share it with friends from abroad. That’s why I would like to come back to EC Malta!
The Club 50+ programme offers a complete package, exclusively for people aged 50 and over who want to travel, meet like-minded people and improve their English. The emphasis in class is placed on speaking, culture and practical English and they have the opportunity to study with students from different backgrounds and nationalities. They are also given the chance to get to know Malta’s incredible history and to discover a unique location.
Last Thursday our 50+ students spent their afternoon visiting Dingli Cliffs and Mdina accompanied by a professional tour guide.
Everyone was impressed by the breath-taking views from the top of the cliffs where it is also possible to see Tunisia on a clear sunny day.
Afterwards they moved off to visit Mdina to discover it’s variety of interesting places. Although called ‘the silent city’ the students did not hesitate to exchange experiences, opinions and to transport themselves back to medieval times for one moment.
This unique tour led them through narrow alleys, to Mdina’s magnificent
St. Paul’s Cathedral, extensive squares with impressive architecture and Mdina’s famous viewpoint which offered them a panoramic view of the island.
This eventful afternoon was concluded by a hot cup of coffee and a piece of delicious chocolate cake at one of Mdina’s best restaurants.
For certain, the 50+ students will have more opportunities to improve their English while visiting Malta’s most exiting places during their stay at EC Malta!
‘I like Malta! Even when the weather is bad, there are many interesting things to do and very kind people to spend the time with.’