Study English in Ireland
Our Malahide Branch is just 20 minutes from Dublin City Centre and our Portmarnock Branch just 30 minutes. Both Centres are 10 minutes from Dublin Airport. The Irish College of English is very convenient and accessible for both learning English and enjoying time in Dublin. Dublin is one of the World’s Friendliest Capitals and a great place to live in.
High English Educational Standards
Ireland is a great place to study English and is famous as a welcoming and friendly country. Ireland is known for its High Standards in English language Training and quality of education. The Irish College of English is a leading education provider with two branches in Dublin recognised by the Department of Education and a member of MEI.
The Irish Accent
The Irish accent especially the Dublin accent is Clear and Easy to Understand. This makes your English studies easier and more enjoyable when using the language with locals on a daily basis, during any linguistic stay in Dublin.
The refreshing beauty of the naturally green landscape is another reason to choose to study English in Ireland. Ireland’s unspoilt countryside, long sandy beaches, spectacular coastline, lakes, hills and picturesque villages make it an unmissable destination. Ireland has also seen rapid growth over the past 20 years and offers first rate facilities and services. Despite this change it hasn’t lost its special identity, culture or its sense of traditional values.
Study English in Ireland and have an unparalleled experience – Ireland has a village feel and the people are friendly and helpful to foreign language students and juniors. Dublin is one of Europe’s most exciting capital cities. It is up-beat and vibrant and has a young population. This makes for a very lively social scene. Dublin is well known for its wealth of culture and music. There is a lively pub or club on every corner where you can enjoy a pint of Guinness and listen to some traditional music.
The city is home to the famous Trinity College, National Museums, National Gallery and Temple Bar for some fun. Shoppers will really enjoy the retail experience in Dublin. The sea, the mountains and the countryside are all within an hour’s drive of the city centre and are accessible by public transport. Dublin’s theatres are famous world-wide and the National Concert Hall caters for all music tastes. Sports, such as golf, tennis, and horse-riding are all available, easily accessible and close to the city. And not to forget, our welcome, even though Dublin is a capital city, unlike others it feels small and safe, it’s easy to get around and very quickly you will feel at home.