All organizational issues took on a linguatrip, many thanks to them. Everything was done quickly and clearly (from consultation to getting a visa).
I traveled to learn a language abroad for the first time. Ireland is a small and safe country, so if you are traveling for the first time or you're a child, then this option is the best. As for the school, the location is ideal, in the heart of Dublin, all major attractions are within walking distance. After classes (13:30) they went with the girls on excursions or just take a walk and enjoy the incredible architecture of the city.
Next, staff and training. I'll start with the staff. Very sympathetic and kind people (in Ireland everything is basically good, sometimes it was surprised that one can not be such kind and sympathetic, everyone will help, everyone will tell (from the most everyday issues to the call of a taxi, (if, for example, you are a little scared to communicate in English)).
Now about the teachers, they're just gorgeous, especially Maeve, Fergal (when I was in B1) and Jimmy, Mark (in B2). I asked them thoroughly what I was interested in and what I misunderstood in vocabulary, grammar, everyday English, they always explained everything, and most importantly - they cited examples and situations where I can only say so, and not otherwise.
I also liked the fact that there are additional classes (Listening & Speaking class, Business class and Pronunciation class), which are absolutely free. So, if you do not have enough classes, then the ideal option is to talk, improve your pronunciation on them).
I also took a 6-week course in preparation for IELTS, passed it to 6.0, which is good for the first time, very satisfied.
Very modern classes, with interactive boards. Listened to audio and watched mini-movies. On the 4th floor there is a lounge room & kitchen where you can make toast, warm up food and chat with other students.
There were also great entertainment programs, such as Boarding Games, they organized world cuisine festivals, each brought food to their country and treated others. Every weekend there were trips on excursions to other cities and nearby areas. In the soul of sunk Cliffs of Moher, the unreal beauty of nature, the spirit captures, always to visit.
Accommodation. As I was traveling for 12 weeks, I decided to stay for 6 weeks in a host family and 6 weeks in a Residence for students. My family consisted of one person - it was a host- mum, 60+ years old, but she looked pretty good. She lived 40 minutes from the school (on foot), by bus 10-15 minutes (2 euros), in the south (Donnibruk). With me in the room lived Italian, we became very good friends. We agreed on a meeting in Russia in the near future. After traveling around the houses we communicate without ceasing, so make as many friends and contacts as possible so that the training will not be wasted and you maintained your level of English and improved.
After my majority, I move to the Residence, to the north of Dublin, to the school 25 minutes on foot. It was a little dirty, but it is fixable (the whole inventory was present). In addition to me, there were two other girls, from Turkey and Brazil.
It was hard to leave, you are getting used to the country, the city, people, the Irish life in English.
Thanks a lot to the school atc and linguatrip for the first incredible trip abroad to learn English language.