Maltalingua School of English is delighted to announce that it has been short listed for the prestigious International StudyTravel Star Awards as a finalist for ST STAR English School Europe 2020/2021 category.

This is the first time a school in Malta has been selected for this award since the awards began in 2006,

The ST Star Awards have honoured top class performance across the International study travel industry for 15 years and is the award that educators, agents, and service providers working in the study travel industry stirve to be assoicatied with and ultimately win!

Voting for the unique, partner-nominated industry awards took place between February and April this year, with agents selecting school partners that delivered the most outstanding service in the previous 12 months.

The 2020 ceremony was scheduled to be held in London on September 5th at the prominent Grosvenor House, AJW Marriott Hotel on Park Lane, where the international education industry gather to celebrate excellence in service at the annual, peer-voted ST Star Awards. The winners of each award category are revealed at the glamorous ceremony and is attended by 1,100 guests featuring a networking reception, gourmet meal, followed by the winners’ presentations on stage and dancing to round off the spectacular evening.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions the ST Star Awards ceremony has been postponed until 2021. Therefore, all of the finalists for this year will roll over to the ST Star Awards in 2021.

“I am absolutely delighted for Maltalingua to be nominated for this award. This nomination recognises the incredible work and dedication made by all those involved with the school both past and present. Even though we are still shortlisted, the nomination underscores the high standards set by the ELT Council in Malta and will help increase the international competitiveness of schools in Malta. We whole heartedly thank all those agents who have voted for us and we wish everyone in the industry a speedy recovery.” – Mark Holland – Founding Director of Maltalingua.

Discover more about the STAR Awards here.