Our school in Ross Street, St Julians.

School Ross - St Julians

Classrooms

Classroom Ross - St Julians

 

Set on the second and third floors of our main St Julians building and our second building just 100 metres away, our classrooms are bright, air conditioned. We keep our class-sizes to a maximum of 6 to 12 students depending on the course so that every student gets the attention they need.



How will I know which classroom I'm in?

You'll know which classroom you're in by checking the students' board on the 2nd floor at the end of each week which will tell you who your teacher is and which classroom you're in.

As well as the classroooms, there are study areas on both floors where you can sit and get on with any work you need to do.

The Cafe

Cafe Ross - St JuliansOn the first floor, our student café offers tea, coffee and drinks with free WIFI enabled computers (we've offered free internet since 1996!) and free high-speed WIFI coverage throughout. It’s a great place to meet other students , relax and plan tours and activities around Malta which you can book in the office next door.

There’s a courtyard for smokers next to the cafe, and our large roof terrace is open to students throughout the day.


The Office

If you ever have any questions for your teacher, or about your course, accommodation, tours or any other aspect of your stay in Malta, the office on the first floor is always open to our students.

Steve, Maria, Jocelyn or any of the staff will be happy to help you get the most out of your time with us.

 

Students

 Students Ross - St Julians

Our St Julians - Ross school's students come from all around the world and from all professions and walks of life!

Who is the typical student?

The answer is that there isn't really a typical student ... Students come for a variety of English courses with different and unique goals in mind. Since the school only accepts students over 18 years of age (except for in private groups) Our St Julians - Ross school feels a little different from other schools which cater to younger learners.

What is the average age?

We've had students from 18 to 74 years old, and the average age of Our St Julians - Ross school students is around 32.

Are our students usually professionals?

We have a broad range of students at our language school in Malta

Our students come from all walks of life and all stages in their education and careers ... Our students have been commercial employees, managers, doctors, accountants, university graduates, undergraduates, higher secondary education students, nurses, lawyers, engineers, trades-people, housewives, leisure employees, tourism employees, entertainers, sports persons, diplomats, media personnel, IT personnel, and retirees.

Our students come from over 50 different countries.

 

St Julians - Ross school Student Accommodation in Malta

Whether it's a hotelstudent apartment or host family, we'll find something right for you.

Hotels

Hotel Accommodation Ross - St Julians

St Julians is well known for its fine hotels. From 3-5 star rating, we offer a range of hotels all located close to the school in St Julians, chosen for their quality and price.

With a great selection to choose from, just let us know what you're looking for and we'll take care of the rest.

 

 

Student Apartments & Host Families

Shared apartments Ross - St Julians

Our shared student apartments are the most popular choice with our students as it is a great way to meet and mingle with fellow international students.

It is also the most affordable type of accommodation we offer.

 

 

Host family Ross - St Julians

If you're interested in experiencing the feel of a real Maltese house and like home comforts, then we have a range of trusted host families where you can stay during your time with us.

Host families provide a great environment for practising English whilst you're here.

 

Partners / Accreditations

Over the past 12 years, our St Julians - Ross school has been project partners with some of the foremost Universities in Europe in developing teaching material for English Learning.

2001 – 2003 – Englishmed.com – online resources for Medical English

2005 – 2007 – Immilabour (now named linguasnet) – online Language Course plus information about working and settling in a new country. Our St Julians - Ross school was responsible for developing the English course section of that site and providing local information about Malta. – http://www.linguasnet.com

2011-2014 – sTANDEM – The creation of a Standardized Language Testing System for Medical Purposes. The consortium of nine of top European Universities and one International University are using our St Julians - Ross school and Englishmed to promote this project. - http://www.standem.eu

AIBSE Group Members

Cambridge BULATS exam - http://www.cambridgeesol.org/exams/bulats/index.html

Recently, our St Julians - Ross school has joined the Association of International British Schools of English. During their last International meeting in April, 2012, our St Julians - Ross school was accepted as an official Examination Centre for Cambridge BULATS.

This is Cambridge University testing system which assesses the competency of a person’s English in the workplace.