Study English in Dublin, one of the worlds great cities, both romantic and modern at the same time. It encapsulates much of Ireland itself, and is home to Guinness, shamrocks, and Irish dancing. Known as the Fair City, its beautiful streets open out to large, green parks, providing a place to relax and enjoy the scenery. For more information check the school website.
  • 8
    Courses
  • 1100 - 1800
    Living Costs per Month
  • About
  • Programmes
  • Facility & Services
  • Social life

Description

  • The English school in Dublin is located in the heart of the city
  • Dublin is the biggest city in Ireland with over a million inhabitants
  • Accommodation is available in the form of homestays and student residences
  • It is easy to get around the city by bus, and a train service connects to major cities and local destinations
  • Students should arrive at Dublin Airport

About Location

Theres also plenty to do in terms of sports and culture, both of which help contribute to the bustling city vibe.

Facilities

  • 10 bright and spacious classrooms with typical Georgian high ceilings and double windows
  • Classrooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards, which can incorporate media forms like video and audio
  • Computers and tablets with full multimedia facilities
  • Common room with 6 computers and a 42 TV
  • Free wireless hotspot service for students with their own laptops

Accommodation

Student residence

  • Live with fellow students for more independence
  • Most residences are self-catering
  • Live and socialize with your new friends
  • Single, twin, double, and dorm rooms are available at various locations

Homestay

  • Live with a local family specially chosen by the school
  • Enjoy breakfasts and dinners with the family
  • Practice English daily in an informal situation
  • Immerse yourself in a new culture

Social Programme

  • Nightlife: Stay Up Late in the Trendy Bars, Cafes, Markets and Live Music Venues of the Temple Bar Area

Activities

  • Shopping: Shop at a Variety of Boutiques, Designer, and High Street Stores
  • Sports: Watch International Rugby or Join a Local Football League
  • Arts & Theatre: Visit Art Galleries Based Near Our School or Attend a Music and Dance Festival
  • Food & Drink: Go for Tastings in Historic Alehouses and Distilleries

Excursions

  • Outdoor Activities: see More of Ireland With Trips to Galway and Glendalough
  • History: Tour the Famous Guinness Brewery