About Malta
Malta is an island in the centre of the Mediterranean located 100 km south of Italy, and enjoys sunny weather practically all the year round. The skies are invariable blue and the sea is warm even in winter, which has made Malta popular with water-sport enthusiasts. It is the ideal place for scuba-diving, swimming, sailing, windsurfing, waterpolo and fishing. Most sports facilities are available on the island include golf, tennis, and horse-riding.

Malta and its smaller sister island Gozo are rich in history and culture. Malta is full of prehistoric temples (the oldest surviving standing man-made structures in the world!), sub-terranean Neolithic temples, catacombs, the Auberges and the formidable fortifications of the Knights of St. John, which are still in a remarkable state of preservation. Valletta, the capital of Malta, and Mdina, the capital city before the coming of the Knights, boast of many art galleries and museums, which make both popular destinations for history-fans.

The Co-Cathedral of the Knights of St. John in Valletta is unique for its architecture, paintings and its flooring are covered with the coats of arms of the most illustrious families of Europe.

Amongst the many treasures in the church, one can find Caravaggio's 'St. Jerome' and his only signed masterpiece 'The Beheading of St. John'. The Manoel Theatre, in all its baroque finery and established since 1732, is one of Europe's oldest theatres.

In spite of its size, Malta is a modern country teeming with life, commerce, and industry. Particularly in the summer months, there is an air of festivity throughout the Maltese Islands - the seaside is dotted with the fire of a thousand barbeques, and every weekend there are feasts in different towns and villages in a blaze of colour and with incomparable firework displays.

With 160 years under British rule, English is one of Malta's official native languages. This of course works to the students' advantage as it provides ample opportunity for them to practise their spoken English.  
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The English Language Academy (ELA) has been established as a school since 1988 and is staffed by a team of qualified, dedicated and experienced teachers who are all native or bilingual speakers of English. Direct Communicative Technique methods are used throughout. These are currently considered the most effective systems of broadening the students' knowledge of vocabulary, structures and idioms.
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