Arrival Details for Adults - Student Zone

Please read over the following important arrival information:

First School Day
On your first day, please come to the school for the welcome programme which starts at 8:00 on Monday morning. If it is a public holiday in Malta on a Monday you will be expected to arrive at the same time the following day.
Materials for lessons
Please bring a notebook and a pen with you. All other materials will be provided.
Public holidays
Please note that the school is closed on public holidays. Maltalingua will try to make up for lost teaching time.
Emergency contacts

Maltalingua: (+356) 2742 7570 (8:30 – 17:30, Monday to Friday, Saturday 11:00 – 15:00)
Maltalingua Emergency: (+356) 9914 8982 (evenings and weekends)
St. Julian’s police station (next to McDonald's): (+356) 2133 2196 Emergency (Police, Ambulance, Fire): 112

Please ensure you have adequate travel and health insurance (including COVID-19 coverage) and bring your medical insurance card and any relevant documentation.
Mater Dei Hospital (+356) 2545 0000 or St. James (Private) +356 2329 1000
You can visit the nearest pharmacy to get a doctor’s appointment. Gzira Health Centre +356 2134 4766.
Taxi transfers
Please ask us for the details of our trusted taxi company.
Bus routes
You can buy your ticket directly from the bus driver, make sure you have the exact change or card.
Supermarkets are open Monday – Sunday until about 19:30. Times may vary on Sundays. There are various supermarkets such as Welbees in Park Towers (next to the school) and Lidl (Sliema) all within short walking distance from the school.
The closest ATM cash machine (BOV) is in Balluta Bay down the hill from St. Julian’s Bay Court apartments. There are also some in Spinola Bay near McDonald's.

The closest pharmacy is the St Julian’s Bay Pharmacy next to the Welbees supermarket (next to the school). To check which pharmacies are open on Saturday afternoons, Sundays, and Bank Holidays, please check the pharmacy roster.

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Check out our events page and VisitMalta to see what’s on in Malta now. On Mondays, Maltalingua will introduce you to all activities organised by the school.
Electrical Devices
We provide British-style electric sockets in Malta. Please ensure that your electrical devices are compatible, or bring suitable adapters if needed.