“Pleased to meet you”

After years of studying, listening exercises and memorising lists of irregular verbs, this is your chance to finally learn English the fun way. Where? Where else but Ireland?

There are few people in the world who can talk like the Irish, for whom storytelling is an inherent part of the culture. The quality of its education system is second to none, its people are genuinely warm and friendly, the countryside is simply wonderful, and its cities and towns are dynamic, modern, diverse and utterly stimulating.

Add to that a widely recognised literary legacy, superb language schools, excellent value for money, first-rate transport connections, a dynamic cultural life, and a real sense that this is a safe place to be, and you’ll understand us when we say that your visit to Ireland will be an unforgettable one.

Courses are available for all levels, from beginners to advanced. And you can also take individual or group classes. To meet demand, most centres offer programmes that combine English classes with cultural activities in the afternoons.

The best way to gain fluency when speaking English is to use it in everyday situations, which is why most students prefer to stay with Irish families. There are other accommodation options open to students, however, such as staying in a university halls of residence or sharing a flat or house with other students.

You can choose from a variety of interesting places to study in, from the island’s coastal areas, with their amazing countryside and deep-rooted cultures, to its major, trendsetting cities, such as Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Limerick and Galway.
Getting to Ireland has never been easier. A wide range of flights are available from Spain’s main cities with Aer Lingus, Iberia and low-cost carriers Ryanair and EasyJet.

Discover Ireland and soak up the Irish experience.

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