Kids and Teens English Adventure Holiday (KE/TE)

Location: Malta: Gzira, Valletta

Dates: 2019,2020


220, St Paul Street Valletta, VLT 1217 Malta


Seeking a safe, trustworthy environment where your child can learn English and have fun? NSTS offers an exciting summer camp in Malta. Our Kids English Summer Camp (10-13 years old) and Teens English Adventure Holiday (14-17 years old) are creative and innovative programs that involve studying and practicing English, as well as taking part in exciting activities.

Your child will stay in a Campus Residence and receive 24/7 group supervision from NSTS animateurs who accompany the campers to daily morning lessons as well as afternoon and evening activities.

Our language course comprises 20 lessons from Monday to Friday, at 09:00 am to 12:30 noon. Classes are held in groups of up to 15 participants with a minimum A2 level. Activities include weekend outings, afternoons on the beach, canoeing, snorkelling, walks, and more! At the end of the program, we offer a Certificate of Attendance and Merit.

  • English

Cost in US$:


Cost Includes:

Cost Include Description:

English lessons
Registration (pre-course placement, all learning materials, final examination, certification)
Supervision from NSTS animateurs
Transport on all included and optional activities as needed

Credit Available


This Program is open to

Asian, British, Irish, European, Canadian, Australian, South African, Worldwide, American, Kiwi Participant.

Typical Living Arrangements
  • Group living
  • Dormitory
  • Home-stays

Application Process Involves
  • Written Application
Typically The Application Process Time is
3 weeks
NSTS 's Mission Statement

NSTS fosters intercultural lifestyle, learning and travel opportunities for students and young adults to create life-time prospects that enhance their career in a multi-cultural society. NSTS is committed to affordable, quality international education hospitality programmes of value, and the exchange of knowledge among peoples, supported by a friendly customer-centric philosophy.

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