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Courses
German language courses
French language courses
Italian language courses
Maltese language courses
Japanese language courses
Russian language courses
Spanish language courses



Address
9, EEC-ITIS Building, Triq S. Pietru (St. Peterís Street) San Gwann SGN 2310 Malta

Telephone
+356 21 376 868

E-mail address
info(at)educationmalta.com



Length of courses
From 2 to 52 weeks (depending on the students requirements)

Level of courses
All levels from total Beginners to Advance

Examinations offered
Cambridge Exams (FCE, CAE and CPE) TOEFL, IELTS. Cambridge, CPA, FCE, etc

Date of commencement
Anytime. Open all year

Class size
Maximum 12 students

Cost/fees
Various

Accommodation
Accommodation available – Student Apartments, Student Villa, Host Families, Hostel

Student profile
Students come from: Students come from: France, Germany, Italy, Serbia, Russia and CIS countries, Bulgaria, Brazil, China, Spain, Sweden, Austria, Switzerland.

Admission requirements
None

Director and Principal
Chev. Mark Ransley

Contact person for application
Ms Chantelle Cardona



EEC-ITIS Malta Tourism and Languages Institute

Language Courses


  • General English Courses
  • Academic Year/Long Term Courses
  • Summer Camp
  • Placement Programmes
  • Intensive English for Executives
  • Examination Preparation Courses
  • English for specific purposes:
  • - English for Banking & Finance
    - English for Medical Study & Practice
    - English for Doctors & Medical Congresses
    - English for Architects
    - English for Computer & Data Processing
    - Business English
    - English for Lawyers
  • German language courses
  • French language courses
  • Italian language courses
  • Maltese language courses
  • Japanese language courses
  • Russian language courses
  • Spanish language courses


  • The Institute offers Language courses at its language centre the most popular being English, Maltese, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Japanese and Russian. However the most popular language being though is English where this Centre hosts over 600 students annually from a large number of different countries.

    The Institute offers an interesting selection of different courses, the main area is English as a Foreign Language (EFL), including General English for children, teens and adults, Intensive English courses, One to one, English for specific purposes, English plus Practice Placements, English for Executives, Summer Camp programmes and much more. It also offers teacher trainer courses.


    About EEC-ITIS Malta Tourism and Languages Institute

    EEC-ITIS Malta Tourism and Languages Institute is a merger of two schools, formally known as Malta Tourism Institute (ITIS) and EEC Language Centre. The Institute is also represented in the council of the Malta Association of Hospitality Executives (MAHE) in the field of education especially in hospitality and catering.

    The Institute is centrally located close to many shops, cafeterias; take away shops, three banks, post office, bus stops and only a few minutesí walk to Gzira, Sliema and St. Julianís

    EEC-ITIS Malta is committed to advance education and training in and for industry and by a diversity of means encourage and develop creativity and learning, for the benefit of the community in the country in which the Institute's students reside. To advance, preserve and disseminate knowledge and culture through teaching and the influence and example of corporate life to promote wisdom and understanding.

    Our mission is to provide every student with the best possible opportunity to acquire relevant up-to-date knowledge of the subject area of International Tourism Management and Languages; to develop skills appropriate to his or her present and likely future needs.

    Our mission permeates and underpins our approach to teaching and learning. The particular needs, and therefore the particular combination of knowledge and skills required varies greatly from one group of students to the other, mainly because of the diversity of nationalities in student body and the various first job destinations which are likely to arise.