Dublin over the last few years has become on of the “most desirable” cities in Europe – likely because of the great atmosphere. In addition, Dublin is a comparatively safe and comfortable city. It is unique as a national capital by being small enough to find your way around easily. It has a great night life and many
restaurants. There’s a well balanced combination of the old and the ultra modern. For example, the old Temple Bar district with its live music and traditional pubs. On the other end of the city, now referred to as the “digital hub”. In this area are many of the famous international companies. Companies such as Google, Facebook, and many other IT and robotics companies have built up their European headquarters here in Dublin
The people are nice, chatty, and humorous like in the rest of Ireland. There is a good public transport system, or for the more active, bicycles can easily be collected and dropped off at one of the many stations around the city, so it is easy to get around as a visitor. There are plenty of places to see, such as Trinity College, Stephens Green, and its markets, the live music pub scene of Temple Bar, and plenty of cheap eats and events.
In Dublin we have 2 centres where different courses will be held. One is in the city of Dublin. The other in Dublin Dun Laoghaire is about 15 minutes by train to the city (please refer to courses and dates).
Dublin City Campus
The school is right in the centre of the city. From here you can explore everything around the city right on your doorstep! Courses held here: teacher refresher courses: (ALM) CLIL, English for professionals and university staff, General English
Teacher refresher course– for English language teachers and educators
2 weeks intensive course
Target: English teachers, secondary, vocational (teachers further education), university lecturers
Dublin Dun Laoghaire Campus
Dun Laoghaire offers the ideal balance of vibrant capital and the unspoilt countryside without having to miss out on good infrastructure at your doorstep.
In the area you can also go horse riding, golfing, or enjoy the spectacular countryside. The villages and towns offer a wide selection of shops, malls, restaurants, pubs, and evening entertainment with music, theatre, and cinemas.
Host Families in Ireland:
Host family accommodation is available with all our courses. We highly recommend host family accommodation in Ireland.Living with an Irish family provides students with an opportunity to practise their English skills, to meet ordinary Irish people, to share their way of life, and to immerse into their culture.
Our families are carefully chosen for heir friendliness, hospitality, and interest in their foreign visitors. Standard Host Family Accommodation: Single room with a shared family bathroom. Breakfast & evening meal Monday to Friday. Most host families will provide full board Saturday & Sunday
Galway is a small and quaint city known as the capital of music and art in Ireland. Throughout the year, in particular in the spring and summer, there are music and art festivals, theatre performances, and live music. Galway, in that respect, is the cultural hub of Ireland. It is here where you can meet the locals, go to an Irish pub, listen to Irish music all year round, or go to a festival and enjoy a nice meal in one of their many low-cost restaurants with your newly found friends from the course.
Accommodation available in Galway: Host family and residence
Cork is the second largest city in Ireland, a bit more relaxed ta Dublin, somewhat more traditional, and very attractive. The infrastructure, itself, however, is just about as big as Dublin – comparing the shopping streets, markets, night-life, live music and art festivals. Cork is more of a big student town due to its many universities.
Education, therefore, has been a priority and a tradition in Cork for a long time. Our cooperation language school has been right in the city of Cork ifor over 20 years and offers an excellent quality of courses and teacher seminars with highly experienced staff.
The school in Kerry has been going for over 25 years. What started as a small, local community project in cooperation with the local high school is now one of the most efficient, diverse, and holistic method of English language learning world-wide! The school is family run by Colm and Adi who have vast experience travelling and teaching and teacher training.
- Modern Irish culture
- General English
new in 2020:
- Teaching Environmental Issues – Future on Earth –
They have build a brand new school: a retro-fitted eco-building complete with community garden, hedge school, and yoga and meditation space in the centre of town. The school is a member of MEI-RELSA and is recognised by ACELS – a service of quality and qualifications in Ireland – for English language education. Course directors Colm and Adi have taught thousands of students in Ireland and Italy, teaching English, NLP, Teacher Train the trainer courses, Yoga, as well as building up social work projects in India.
Colm and Adi give their personal guarantee, that yo will feel welcome and at home for the duration of your visit.
History of the town: St. Brendan the Navigator – St. Brendan is reputed to have crossed the Atlantic Ocean from here to America in the 6th century, in search of the Garden of Eden. He discovered that great continent long before Christopher Columbus earned his place in the history books. St Brendan lived from about 484 to about 577 AD, and was one of the Twelve Apostles of Ireland.
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