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What can you expect from your language studies in Malta.
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The most important things you need to know about the beautiful country called Malta.
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Some useful pointers to interesting events around Malta.
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A online free consultancy specialized in Malta to help you to find the best option to study abroad
- Language courses abroad
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Daniverse represents several language schools in Malta. All schools are accredited with certifications and highest standards of education.
Our mission is to exceed all your expectations with helpful and agile service.
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Tips and News
Do you want to know WHERE to go? Click here and find out! Picture by @bayeasymalta
Today I am starting a new session here: Read, Learn and Go! Becki is one of this special people that you have a pleasure to meet through her blog. She is a British Travel Press award winning writer and avid explorer. I truly recommend you to read her blog and, of course, the material that[…]
Did you know that in Malta there is a Police Museum? It was built by the Portuguese Grandmaster Manoel De Vilhena in 1734 to house women who had no home. Then, during the English occupation, the building was used as a hospital where doctors cared for patients in an underground hall, built to protect everyone[…]
Any emergency (police, fire, ambulance) should be reported immediately through a call to the number 112. The operator will speak in Maltese and English, will collect your data and the information about the situation. Try to stay calm to tell exactly what happened. It is very important to give them a phone number where they[…]
Here are some of the points I consider to be a must when visiting Malta. Invest a day of your trip to walk without hurry through the beautiful capital of Malta, Valletta. Go around with the tourist train that is fun and gives you an overview of the city. Must do: wear comfortable shoes, have[…]
Learn English and have fun with the differences between British and American English! Click here
Excellent article using a funny sarcasm to say exactly the opposite: COME TO MALTA NOW! http://giramundo.net/
You can enjoy the wonderful Maltese scenery and learn a little about the potato farms in Malta! Culture and 400 years of tradition in hand potato harvest!