We offer year round Adult English Courses in our Malahide School in Dublin, Ireland. Our English Language Colleges are Recognised by the Department of Education and Skills for English Language Teaching (ELT) and we are members of MEI offering added Learner Protection. We offer Full-Time English Courses (15 and 20 hours per week) and Part-Time Evening English Courses (5 hours per week). Progression is our focus and students are evaluated with a placement test on arrival and placed into the correct level. We offer all levels from pre-intermediate to advanced, as well as TIE & Cambridge Preparation Courses. On course completion, all students receive Individual Academic Feedback and a Certificate of Attainment. Students who require a study visa to enter Ireland can register for a course, including our 1 year (25 weeks tuition) Full-Time English Course, and we will provide the necessary documents for a visa application needed for your English Course in Dublin.
- Full-Time English Courses
- Part-Time English Classes
- Cambridge Exam Preparation
- In-House Business English Courses for Companies
- English & Golf – ‘Speak and Play’ 1 Week Intensive Programme
Choose from one of our courses above and we have Accommodation Options such as Homestay, Bed and Breakfast and Hotel Accommodation available. If you are looking for an English Course in Dublin we offer a great location with all our host families within walking distance of our School.
Our Student’s Feedback
Angel, Venezuela 2014
‘It was a very good English Course. I liked the work. The topics were interesting and I think I do a lot of progress in grammar, vocabulary and conversations.’
Guillaume, France 2014
‘ICE is a very nice school, well organized and with great teachers who make the lessons enjoyable, always with helpful extra materials.’
Laura Enciso, Italy 2013
‘My teacher was incredible, he was a good teacher and very enthusiastic. He has been my best English teacher.’
Esther Garcia, Spain 2013
‘My family were the nicest family I’ve ever met here. I just love the warm environment they give to me when I arrived in Ireland. They’ll always begin a family to me.’