Carolina from Spain - English Study Experience in Malta - BELS Malta

Carolina shares her learning experience with BELS Malta & Gozo

Hi! I’m Carolina Fernandez Gonzalez from Spain and I studied at BELS for three years in a row. The first time I chose to study English in Malta because of the good weather, the landscapes, activities to do in the island and also because it is cheaper than studying in the U.K. When I left, I knew had to go back one day and at the time of writing this, I’m back home after my third visit there.

I chose to study at BELS Malta English School because an agency in Spain recommended it to me. My first impression was that it was a small school with nice people working at the front desk and good teachers. I liked the methodology used at BELS Malta and before arriving there I got the impression that they cared about people and social and cultural causes.

I don’t particularly like big language schools that are full of students, where you can feel lost and not cared about, or where you can think you are just one student more who pays money. BELS seems to be a humble place with genuine people working in it, that seems to be the origin of it, the first idea. Everyone there knows each other, there’s a good relationship between the staff members and even with the students. For me, these kind of places are more valuable. I felt at home whenever I was at BELS and other students too.

Free time During the English language course in Malta with BELS

Students enjoying their free time During the English language course in Malta with BELS

I would recommend BELS Malta English School for all the reasons mentioned above; the nice humble people who ready to help and care about cultural things on the island to show to the students, the good teachers and nice teachers who don’t get angry and have patience with their students. BELS staff care about the origins of the students and in general there is a nice and welcoming atmosphere.

People in Malta are nice and humble, ready to help and always with a smile on their face; they’re relaxed people who enjoy life. If you look for Maltese food, the food is good, otherwise there is a lot of fast food which I suggest you avoid. Find the good local restaurants for quality food. There are many nice places and beaches to visit and enjoy and nice shops as well.

Are you curious about language courses at BELS Malta English School? Send us an email at [email protected].

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