EC Malta Christmas Holidays

Dear all, this is a small reminder that the school will be closed from Monday and will re-open for lessons on the 7th January. Please note that the offices and the Reception will be open again from Wednesday 3rd January. We wish you all a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

22.12.12 A Holy Night with Anime

For the first time ever, the renowned singers and musicians forming Animae Gospel Choir are going to perform well known Christmas Carols and lively Gospel Classics, during this most special season! All proceeds will go to the children of St. Joseph’s home in St. Venera. For more details visit … Read more

Christmas Celebrations in Malta

Christmas is a highly celebrated festivity in Malta and its sister island Gozo, both for its religious significance as well as its social aspect. The season is celebrated to its fullest – one can witness the strong Maltese Christmas spirit while walking down a main town street with an exaggeration o … Read more

Study English At EC Malta

“So why should I come to EC Malta to study English?” he asks. It’s a good question, even though I’m not entirely sure whether what he wants to know is why come to Malta, or why come to EC. After all, there are hundreds of other countries he could visit, and probably millions of language schools arou … Read more

EC Malta School will be closed on Republic Day 13.12.12

On the 13th December 1974 the Maltese Constitution was amended and Malta became a Republic, having Sir Anthony Mamo as its first President. Activities marking this historic date take place every year, mostly in Valletta. Please note that the school will be closed on this day.

EC Malta Student Essay: ”All About Scotland”

By Student Giacomo Trimeloni from Italy Scotland is a country of the United Kingdom now, but before 1700 it was an independent state. For this reason it has its own culture and tradition, that are different from England, although the south side of Scotland borders with England. The national flag of … Read more