HEIP SCHOOL OF ENGLISH
Live the English Language and Experience Malta!
At HEIP School of English you will receive a personalised and professional service in a warm and friendly environment enabling you to maximise your learning. We are a ‘young at heart’, flexible and independent school, who offer a high standard of tuition.
The school is located in the beautiful village of Mellieha in the north of Malta, 23 kilometres from Valletta and about 25 kilometres from Luqa International Airport, right on the doorstep of the best beaches on the Island, Malta's sister island of Gozo and the Island of Comino – famous for its Blue Lagoon.
We are close to all amenities, historical sites, major tourist attractions and the local shopping centre. Malta's biggest sandy beach is just 15 minutes away, on foot.
English Courses in Malta
HEIP School Facilities
General English Intensive
Business English Intensive
Company and Government Department courses for staff and executives
General English Combination
General English plus One-to-One General English or Business English
Business English Combination
Business English plus One-to-One Business English
|10 fully air-conditioned classrooms|
|2 Executive classrooms with Interactive White Boards|
|Student lounge - incorporating library and multimedia room|
|Free Broadband Internet access & Free Wi-Fi|
|Fully air-conditioned throughout the school|
|Terrace or balcony off most classrooms|
HEIP School Location
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Accommodation in Mellieha, Malta
The Panorama Hotel offers you fantastic, panoramic views across the Bay of Mellieha to the islands of Comino and Gozo. It is 400 metres from the village centre.
The Maritim Antonine Hotel, overlooking terraced hillsides, offers luxurious rooms, panoramic views, spa facilities and is just a few seconds away from the school.
Our host families are carefully selected to ensure that they can provide you with all the amenities and services that you are used to within your own home.
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The Beautiful Islands of Malta, Gozo and CominoThe Maltese Islands lie in the centre of Mediterranean Europe, 93 km south of Sicily and 300 km north of Africa. The archipelago is made up of mainland Malta, Gozo, Comino and Cominotto. Together, the Islands make up a mere 316sq km. Malta, the largest island is only 27 km at its longest point, from north-west to south-east, and 14.5 km at its widest point, from east to west.
Malta’s climate is strongly influenced by the sea and is typical of the Mediterranean. The islands have a very sunny climate with a daily average of five to six hours sunshine in mid-winter to more than 12 hours in summer. Winters are mild, with the occasional short, chilly period brought about by the north and north-easterly winds from central Europe. Summers are hot, dry and very sunny.
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