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Dublin is an exciting European capital. With a young population and a strong traditional culture.
Dublin is a great place to be. There is a wide variety of pubs, restaurants, theatres, music sessions, galleries and cultural centres for visitors to enjoy. Dublin is a university town and student life adds to the city’s celebrated atmosphere. But while Dublin is a thriving cultural centre, unspoiled countryside and spectacular scenery are always within easy reach.
There is plenty to see and do, and at IH Dublin we understand that a varied programme of social and cultural activities is an important part of every student’s holiday.
International House Dublin is a member of the International House World Organisation founded in 1953. We are accredited by the Irish Department of Education and Science as a school for the teaching of English as a foreign language, and are inspected by both ACELS (Accreditation and Co-ordination of English Language Services), a service of Quality and Qualifications Ireland, for English language teaching, The International House World Organisation and EAQUALS (Evaluation & Accreditation of Quality in Language Services) an international association of institutions and organisations involved in language education. Its aim is to promote and guarantee high quality in language teaching and learning. To achieve this aim, EAQUALS has created and published a demanding set of criteria to verify the quality offered by its Accredited Members-schools offering courses in a wide variety of languages in 31 countries.
IH Dublin is located right beside trinity college and grafton Street on one of
Dublin’s most prestigious streets, Dawson Street. The school has a wonderful college campus atmosphere and facilities including:
- Modern student café and common room serving hot food and ‘real Italian coffee’ at discounted prices for students.
- Spacious College Library with hi-spec PCs and Apple Macs.
- Computer Labs & free Wi-fi throughout the college.
- Bright & spacious classrooms with multimedia facilities.
Expert teachers who are dedicated to their students, all of whom have University of Cambridge teaching qualifications with many at DELTA level.
PERSONALISED STUDY PROGRAMME
The PSP programme is open to all students and is completely free of charge. It is designed for students who wish to focus on specific areas such as exam preparation or speaking and takes place in the afternoons.
SOCIAL & CULTURAL PROGRAMME
Exciting & varied daily social and cultural programme with many free events & weekend trips around Ireland.
Full accommodation & student welfare service as well as a free Integration Club for long-term students about living and working in Ireland.
The standard general English course covers all aspects of the language: grammar, usage, reading, writing, listening and speaking. Great importance is placed on oral communication and materials are both relevant and stimulating. Students are tested regularly to make sure they are in the correct class for their level.
The intensive general English course is designed for students wishing to make optimum use of their time studying English in Dublin. The course covers all aspects of the English language and aims to develop the student's communicative ability in the shortest time possible.
Start dates:Every Monday (Courses for complete beginners start on the first Monday of every month).
1 hour = 60 minutes.
In today’s fast paced world, confidence in communicating through English is vital for both employability and successful business. Business Course is designed to deliver fast and effective training. This course follows the morning Standard Course and offers 5 hours of Business English lessons in the afternoons.
The business section of the course includes the following modules:
Participating in meetings & discussions
Using the telephone effectively
Giving clear and concise presentations
Learning strategies for the future
English and Internship Programme combines an English language course, with an unpaid placement in a company in Dublin. The internship allows students to gain practical work experience and to improve their English language fluency in a professional, English-speaking work environment.
An up-to-date CV / Resume and Cover Letter in English, are both required at time of booking.
Minimum level of Upper Intermediate (B2.1)
I don't need housing
We strongly recommend you to book your flight only after your participation in a course and visa are confirmed.
Block B, The Steelworks, Foley Street,Dublin 1, Ireland., Dublin
Pay a deposit to reserve your spot
You have three days to cancel your booking with no fees if case you change your mind.
You have until 22/07/2019 to pay the remaining balance
Full cost of the course after prepayment deduction must be paid no later than four weeks before the start of the course.