Couchsurfing and English learning in Malta

Everyone has different ideas, tastes and requirements when it comes to travelling but one thing which unites many travelers from all around the world is the desire to meet new people and make new friends. If this sounds like your idea of a dream trip then why not join the 6 million other like-minded travelers in the Couchsurfing community.

Couchsurfing is a tool which connects travelers from all over the world and helps them find new friends as well as accommodation in new destinations. Simply create an online profile detailing your tastes, lifestyle and travelling priorities and start looking for fellow members who can offer you a couch to sleep on in your chosen destination. Enjoy a new adventure with a local to show you around and, in an English speaking country, put your English skills to the test with your host.

Couchsurfing provides the ideal complement to an English course and where better to learn English than the Mediterranean island group of Malta? As a former British colony and a bilingual country, you won’t go short on opportunities to practice your English and Malta can offer so much more than simply an English course. Beautiful sandy beaches, various watersports, a vibrant nightlife and a rich culture and history evident throughout the country provide the backdrop for your English learning experience.

The standard of teaching in the islands’ many language schools is consistently high, a prime example being Maltalingua – School of English. All teachers are fully certified and the modern classrooms and amenities facilitate learning both in and out of the classroom. The school’s international and friendly atmosphere complements perfectly the ALL (Active Language Learning) method, which combines in-class training with active learning outside of the classroom allowing you to practice your English in ‘real-life’ scenarios. The English skills you learn at Maltalingua combined with your Couchsurfing adventure mean that you leave Malta with so much more than just good memories!

For further information about the school please click here.

Photos courtesy by maltalingua.com

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2 Responses

  1. Jørgen says:

    I had a guy from Malta couchsurfing at my place in Norway once. Really nice guy! Going to visit him in Malta next summer!

    Cheers, Jørgen

  2. Anonymous says:

    cool! I'll go to Malta next year – just around the corner 🙂

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