Malta’s European School of English rebrands and optimises course programme

22 November 2012

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The European School of English (ESE) in Malta has rebranded and consolidated its wide course programme under three defined EFL sectors. The new logo, strapline and streamlined course portfolio underline ESE’s position as a leading, internationally recognised independent English language school.

The new ESE strap line, "Learning for Life", came about through continuous and positive feedback from the students. Learning for Life is not just about learning English in Malta in the classroom, but about a social and cultural experience and above all about investing in and shaping one’s future.

As part of the rebranding, ESE has repackaged its courses under three defined EFL sectors: teen and junior, adult and academic programmes, making it easier for agents and students to select the right course

Established in Malta in 1996, ESE offers high-quality English language teaching to students from all over the world, who choose Malta as their study travel destination to improve their language skills and experience the life and culture of an island in the Mediterranean.

Commenting on the rebranding, CEO Sean LeGault says: "We have selected a corporate blue to project trust amongst our clients, but we also want to be seen as a forward-looking company and therefore a refreshing splash of green was introduced as an accessory colour. The rebranding is also part of a major investment which ESE is injecting in the school, its facilities and in the overall welfare of our students. Our people are our brand and their behaviour delivers and reinforces it."

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