Tag Archives: Learn English in Malta


Rachel Falzon, Academic and Business Development Manager, ESE Malta

Rachel Falzon, Academic and Business Development Manager, ESE Malta

Why accommodation is such an important aspect of the study travel experience

Course providers and their agent partners share a common goal – to provide their clients with a memorable and successful study travel experience. The three pillars upon which such a successful study holiday hinge are an effective English language learning course, a dynamic age-appropriate social programme and the provision of accommodation which satisfies all your client’s needs and meets his or her expectations. Read more

Pierre Naudi, Director of Studies, ETI Executive Training Institute

Pierre Naudi, Director of Studies, ETI Executive Training Institute

General, Business or Executive English – Which is the best language course?

When would you recommend a client or trainee to take an executive course rather than a general language course?

Nowadays anyone interested in following an English Language course is spoilt for choice: General English, Fluent English, Business English, Executive English, Business Communication are just a few of the courses a trainee could choose from. But how does one decide which course best suits their learning needs and goals? Read more

Heidi Rizzo, Exam Coordinator, ESE Malta

Heidi Rizzo, Exam Coordinator, ESE Malta

Key advice on language exam preparation from ESE in Malta

Sitting for an exam can be a nerve-wracking experience even for those mature and skilled students who have experienced this many times over. Butterflies do have a habit of getting the better of us but a positive approach remains essential for exam success. We have to keep in mind that an exam is primarily a showcase of what we have learnt and how we have grown academically during the preceding study period. Read more

Rachel Falzon, Academic and Business Development Manager, ESE Malta

Rachel Falzon, Academic and Business Development Manager, ESE Malta

What to look out for when selling a pathway programme.

A pathway programme will prepare international students linguistically, academically and socio-culturally for successful undergraduate study abroad where English is used as the medium of instruction. The pathway programme, sometimes referred to as an International Foundation Year or a University Foundation Programme, is a fast-track alternative route to A levels for students whose first language is not English and who come from a 12-year formal education background. Read more

About this blog

Members of IALC share their insights on the language travel industry. Contributors are owners, directors, managers, teachers or administrative staff of IALC-accredited language schools worldwide.

IALC Workshop

IALC 2017 Workshop in Boston Massachusetts, USA - 23-26 March 2017

IALC 2017 Boston
Dates: 23-26 March 2017
Location: Boston, USA
Educators: IALC-accredited language schools worldwide
Hosted by: ELC Boston
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ELC Boston hosts the IALC 2017 workshop

IALC Study Travel Research Report 2016

Trends in the demand for foreign languages
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IALC Study Travel Research Report 2015

Perceptions of independent and boutique chain schools in language travel
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