For our second article of 2023 : Doing your BTS SAM internship in Malta! The sun, the island life, all in English. This is a good choice for your internship abroad if you’re tired of the French grind

An English-speaking BTS SAM course 

If you’re here, it’s because you suspect it and want to confirm it, but Malta is an English-speaking country. The Maltese dialect, which is a mixture of French, Italian and Arabic, is also spoken but English is used by all, you will rarely hear it, except for idiomatic expressions like the famous “mellah” which punctuates every situation. 

A warm course on a human-sized island

The Maltese climate is very mild, I went there with my favourite can of coke (meaning my apprentice Esteban) to visit our host families in February and we walk around in shorts at ease. I did take a lot of pictures for the team left in Nantes, don’t worry! As for the size of the island, it’s 246 km², which is twice the size of Paris itself. As you can see, there are many things to see but you will never be far from home. It takes an hour and a half max to do the island from east to west. Easy.

Where to go? 

Three cities stand out, let me guide you. If you like nightlife, memorable parties and restaurants I recommend San Jillians. It is the most dynamic and touristy city. Sliema in the north of the island is also a great place to eat, shop and have a great internship. Finally Mdina will be more picturesque, this medieval walled city is beautifully preserved. We loved getting lost.

We loved Malta and have been there so many times that we can only recommend you! If you call us, we’ll tell you all about this island, for your internship abroad! So for your internship in Malta: contact us!