AM Language Studio, one of Malta's oldest language schools, offers students a quality education with a long history. Since 1987, the school, which is a member of FELTOM (Federation of English Language Teaching Organizations of Malta), has a satisfaction rate of 97% .AM Language determines the most suitable for the student with a wide variety of learning techniques and guarantees the student to reach the targeted level as soon as possible. AM is located in Sliema, the most tourist attraction on Malta's north coast. Its proximity to the capital city Valletta, English-speaking locals, cafes and beach clubs make Sliema one of the most ideal cities.
Orientation and Welcome Parties
Weekly Beach Entry Tickets
Paceville Nightclub Rides every Wednesday or Friday
Weekend Trips to Malta
Homestay accommodation, where you can make cultural exchange in the most comfortable and warm way, provides the opportunity to practice your language in the most comfortable way.
Another option for students is student houses called student residences. This accommodation, where AM Language Studio students of different nationalities can stay, is one of the most preferred accommodation by students and offers a choice of single, double and triple rooms. In these stays within walking distance of the school, students can make their own meals thanks to the common kitchen.
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It is a boutique school and was founded in Sliema, Malta in 1987.
The density of Turkish students is less than other Maltese schools. ;; Internet facility, library is also available.
The school has ISO 9001 certification and a license from the Maltese Ministry of Education.
Average size of classes is 10, maximum 12 students. The school's maximum student capacity is 150. Includes courses in General English as well as IELTS, TOEFL, TOLES, WEFT exam preparation, Business English, Medical English, Legal English, English for Tourism.
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Restaurant / Cafeteria
Career Development Center
Student Support Center
Visa Support Unit