Explore Malta and Bring English to Life

OUR LOCATION: ST PAUL’S BAY
Population: 14,000. St. Paul’s Bay (San Pawl il-Bahar in Maltese), traditionally a
small fishing village, is surrounded by Maltese countryside and the sea. It has become a popular bay for boat enthusiasts, divers and swimmers alike, and is close to the largest and best sandy beaches in Malta. The coastline has beautiful open sea views providing a long promenade joining St. Paul’s Bay to Bugibba and Qawra, where one can find a variety of cafes, restaurants, bars, shops and banks, a cinema complex, casino and other leisure amenities.

FACTS ABOUT MALTA
Location: Centre of the Mediterranean, 80 km south of Sicily
Capital: Valletta a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Population: 427,404 (2014)
Area: 316 km²
language: English and Maltese
EU Member state since 2004
Currency: Euro
Time zone: GMT +1
Dialing code: 00356
History: Dating back to 5000 BC
Weather: Sunny climate with a daily average of 6 hours sunshine in mid-winter to more than 12 hours in summer and an average of 300 days of sunshine per year. 

 
St. Paul's Bay
St. Paul's Bay
Blue Lagoon
Blue Lagoon
Building
Building
Fishing boat
Fishing boat
Gozo
Gozo
Malta
Malta
Malta
Malta
Malta
Malta
St. Paul's Bay
St. Paul's Bay
Valleta
Valleta

Chizuru Soeda, Japan



I am a university student and came to GV Malta to study for 3 weeks. I chose the school because I can speak to lots of students from many other countries in Europe. All the students in my class and residence are very nice. It’s my favourite memory and I went sightseeing with my friends.

The school is very at home and comfortable, the teacher in my class is very good and gives a very interesting class. I am embarrassed about the western style of class, but thanks to my teacher, Stephanie, talking to me, I could talk in my class little by little. I recommend you this school. You can not only learn English but also travel and see Malta.