Welcome to English in Dublin. We give our students an excellent learning experience. We have the best teaching team to improve your english. We also do our best to make sure you enjoy your stay in Dublin.
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Free Online Tests
Get FREE credit by doing our FREE online tests. You can get 5 Euro credit for each test you manage to pass. When you finish, talk to our staff with details. Start Now ...
Most universities now require 6.5+ in the IELTS exam. We have the best IELTS experts to help you to pass the exam with high scores in a very short time. Some of our students have achieved a score of 8. See more details...
We organize a bus tour every week and parties for every festival. Our aim is to let our students enjoy their stay when they are in Ireland and have fun while studying English. call us now ...
Our host families many of whom have worked with us since we started in business treat every student as their own child. Every host family has a 24/7 helpline so that our students can always get help from our staff in case of emergency.
High School Program
We provide English training and a care service for students who want to come to Ireland for high school education. Please, call us now for further details.
Shopping in Dublin
Once you leave the city behind, many of the suburban shopping centres incorporate department stores, high-street stores and individual speciality shops to provide a very complete shopping experience under one roof! Click here for more shopping tips!
St. Patrick`s Day
The date of our national holiday is 17th March every year. Irish people and their friends in many countries around the world are celebrating St. Patrick`s Day more and more. Green is our national colour, so we go green on this day.Read more ...
Summer Junior Programme
Welcome to our junior programme, where our energetic, enthusiastic and passionate staff will do everything to ensure you enjoy your time with us. Together with our sister college... Read More
Dublin, a city on the coast, offers the visitor both an exciting urban and exhilarating coastal experience all within twenty minutes of the city centre. With direct access, a wide range of accommodation options, unique urban and coastal experiences and visitor attractions not to mention an international reputation for festivals and events there has never been a better time to visit Dublin.
Discover Ireland - May & June festivals
2013 is the year of the year of The Gathering, so this Spring there's loads to choose from: festivals for culture lovers, food lovers, music lovers, garden festivals and more! Check out our new ad... and find out more on www.discoverireland.ie
Dublin Events Listing – May 2013
Share the events happening on your doorstep with your clients and patrons this May 2013.
Highlights this month include: Camden Crawl Dublin, International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival, Dublin Dance Festival, Dublin City Soul Festival and a whole lot more!
The official website for tourists to Dublin, www.visitdublin.com holds comprehensive details on all events happening throughout the city and region, and is a great reference point for researching tourist information for the capital.
Click here to download May 2013 Events.
And don't forget to check out www.visitdublin.com/events at any time to keep up to date with all that is happening in Dublin!
Flora Women's Mini Marathon 2013
The Flora Women's Mini Marathon takes place on Bank Holiday Monday, June 3rd, 2013. Dust off those runners and join our fantastic team as we take on the challenge.
Together, we can raise vital funds for the National Maternity Hospital, Holles Street. The bigger our team, the more services and support we can provide to our newborn babies, so join up with your friends and family members. Together, we can make a difference!!
The NMH Foundation was established in 2012 by Dr. Rhona Mahony. Its aim is to support the work carried out at The National Maternity Hospital Holles Street.
The initial program phase will focus on the neonatal unit which cares for the youngest in the state. The appeals include:
- Purchasing vital equipment for the neonatal unit
- The much-needed upgrading and refurbishment of the neonatal unit
- The funding of research and education staff posts to continue to support clinical excellence
Since its establishment in 1894, the National Maternity Hospital Holles Street has become a key tertiary referral centre and looks after mothers and infants from all over Ireland. Read More...