Dublin Low Cost

Strongest Points

  • You have the possibility to choose where you want to study.
  • The % of Spanish students is very low. Does not exceed 10%

The Dublin School Low Cost


Our English school in Dublin has two locations in the heart of the city, in the most animated and best-located areas.

 

  • Harcourt Street is a modern center located 5 minutes walk from Grafton Street (shopping area) and 10 minutes from Temple Bar (entertainment area).
  • Capel Street is located in the northern part of the city just 10 minutes walk from Temple Bar and the River Liffey.


On Friday you will receive an email with the confirmation of the address of the school where you will have your classes. Each Friday the academic direction reviews the classes that have been formed, taking into consideration the progress of the old students and the levels of the new students.

 

 

Apart from the basic courses, the school offers you these options:

 

  • Business & Corporate Program 15 hours of English from 9.00 to 12.15 from Monday to Friday and Golf Lessons on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm.
  • This course is available from March to October every year
  • Minimum duration: 2 weeks

 

  • Course 40+  15 hours of English from 9.00 to 12.15 from Monday to Friday, activities, and excursions in the afternoon
  • This course is available throughout the year
  • Minimum duration: 2 weeks


Are you interested? Consult us now!


Characteristics

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  • Library doesn´t have  Library
  • Computer room doesn´t have  Computer room
  • Cafe doesn´t have  Cafe
  • Tea or coffee machine doesn´t have  Tea or coffee machine
  • Garden doesn´t have  Garden
  • Wifi doesn´t have  Wifi
  • Student lounge doesn´t have  Student lounge
  • Prayer room doesn´t have  Prayer room
  • Kitchenette doesn´t have  Kitchenette
  • Support deparment for the students doesn´t have  Support deparment for the students

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Accreditations

The school is accredited by:

Trinity

ACELS


Strongest Points

  • Free access to multiple museums 
  • Cosmopolitan city and small at the same time
  • Direct flights
  • A city with great job offers

Study English in Dublin


Dublin is a capital with a rich history, which preserves its own traditions while adapting to the new times.

It is an open and cosmopolitan city with a lively student atmosphere. In recent years the capital of Ireland has become one of the most dynamic, fun and lively cities in Europe. Known by its inhabitants as the 'Fair City', Dublin gives all its visitors a warm welcome. With an elegant and culturally rich center, with commercial streets crowded with people at all hours, with a multitude of stylish bars, trendy cafes, boutiques, and designer boutiques, Dublin has something to offer to the whole world.

 

Interesting facts about Dublin

 

  • Dublin has 1,000,000 inhabitants. Despite being a capital it is not too big
  • The youth population rate is one of the highest in Europe. Almost half of the population is under 25 years old
  • It is the capital of the Celtic culture and the street signs and information are in English and Gaelic, the proper language of Ireland
  • The local time in Dublin coincides with the London time; one hour less than in Spain
  • Here great writers like James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, Bram Stoker, and Roddy Doyle were born
  • In Dublin, time changes continuously. Its inhabitants usually say that Dublin does not have a unique climate and the four seasons of the year are presented every day (four seasons per day)
  • The relics of Valentine's Day are in the church of Whitefriars

Course English in Dublin Low Cost

General English

Our General English course is very flexible, you can choose to study in the morning or in the afternoon. We will have the level test before your arrival to be able to plan your study.

You can book the Golf course to complement your general English course.

Additional information

Assessment: reading, writing, speaking and listening.

Characteristics

  • Course duration from 1 week
  • Horas per Week  15
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables 09:00-12:15 o 13:45-17:00
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  15
  • Average during the rest of year  12
  • Minimum age  18

General Semi - Intensive

Our Semi-Intensive English course is as flexible as General, with the difference that it has more hours during the day. You can choose to study in the morning or in the afternoon. We will do the level test before your arrival to be able to plan your study.

Characteristics

  • Course duration from 1 week
  • Horas per Week  20
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables 09:00-12:15 y 12:30-01:30 / 12:30-01:30 y 13:45-17:00
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  No
  • Level  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  15
  • Average during the rest of year  12
  • Minimum age  18

English Semi - Intensive exam preparation (FCE, CAE, IELTS or Trinity)

Additional information

You can choose the schedule

Characteristics

  • Course duration from 1 week
  • Horas per Week  20
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables 9:00 – 12:15 o 13:45 - 17:00
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  B2, C1.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  15
  • Average during the rest of year  12
  • Minimum age  18

Characteristics

  • Course duration desde 1 semana
  • Horas per Week  30
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables 09.00-12.15 o 13.45-17.00
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  0
  • Average during the rest of year  0
  • Minimum age  18

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Extra-curricular Activities

What to see in Dublin

 

  • The Cathedral of St. Patrick: St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland whose celebration on March 17 is known worldwide
  • The National Museum: Among its collections are those related to the Viking Ireland and the space dedicated to the memory of the uprising of the people of Eire. The entry is Free
  • Trinity College; which belongs to the University of Dublin
  • The National Gallery: A fantastic museum for all lovers of painting
  • The castle of Dublin: the symbol of the British repression on the island
  • Temple Bar: This area is one of the most active in the capital and has cafes, interesting shops, pubs, and theaters
  • Guinness Storehouse: In this building, you can check the different steps for the elaboration of the famous beer.
  • Phoenix Park: with its 700 hectares it is one of the largest enclosed parks in Europe.
  • The Book of Kells: It is in the ancient library of Trinity and the oldest book after the Bible


Dublin has many things to offer! Check out the local tourism website for more information: http: //www.visitdublin.com/entertainment/dublin.aspx


And at night?

 

  • Temple bar is the area of bars and nightlife of Dublin.
  • It is the most crowded district of bars where music comes from the pubs themselves 
  • Nightclubs in Dublin are usually open between 10 pm and 3 am (club license) and usually close at 2:30 am. The entrance prices would range between € 5 to € 15. The prices of drinks are usually higher than in bars.
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Accommodation

Family

Living in a family is ideal for students who want to integrate into a different culture. Sharing meals with your hosts every day, you will have the opportunity to enjoy relaxed and family situations in which you can practice and improve the language. All families have been carefully selected to offer a pleasant, comfortable and safe environment.

Remember that families do not usually live in the center but in residential neighborhoods, so you must take public transport to get to the school.

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Availability: All the year

Room Type: Single or double

School distance: Up to 40 minutes by public transport

Check-in: Sunday

Check-out: Saturday

Characteristics

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  • Private bathroom it has Private bathroom
  • Laundry facilities doesn´t have  Laundry facilities
  • Cleaning service it has Cleaning service
  • Wifi doesn´t have  Wifi
  • Kitchen doesn´t have  Kitchen
  • Kithchen Utensils doesn´t have  Kithchen Utensils
  • Security service doesn´t have  Security service
  • Bed-linen it has Bed-linen
  • Towels doesn´t have  Towels
  • Breakfast doesn´t have  Breakfast
  • Half Board it has Half Board
  • Full Board doesn´t have  Full Board

Residence

We have several residences that are located in the center of the city and the majority at a distance walking to the school. The maximum distance to the school is 40 minutes by public transport. You can choose a single, double or multiple rooms with a shared bathroom.

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Availability: All the year

Room Type: Single, double or multiple

School distance: from 20 minutes walking to 40 minutes by public transport

Check-in: Sunday

Check-out: Saturday

Deposit fee: 250 euros

Characteristics

  • Internet it has Internet
  • Private bathroom doesn´t have  Private bathroom
  • Laundry facilities it has Laundry facilities
  • Cleaning service it has Cleaning service
  • Wifi it has Wifi
  • Kitchen it has Kitchen
  • Kithchen Utensils it has Kithchen Utensils
  • Security service it has Security service
  • Bed-linen it has Bed-linen
  • Towels it has Towels
  • Breakfast doesn´t have  Breakfast
  • Half Board doesn´t have  Half Board
  • Full Board doesn´t have  Full Board

How to get there

How to get to Dublin


The Dublin International Airport is located 12 km from the city.

The companies that fly to Dublin from Spain are:

  •   Aerlingus
  •   Ryanair

There is an option to hire a transfer service from Dublin Airport to the accommodation.

Departure airports


Alicante, Barcelona, Bilbao, Gerona, Ibiza, Las Palmas, Madrid, Malaga, Murcia, Santander, Santiago de Compostela, Seville and Valencia.

How to get to the city center:


There are 6 public transport buses that operate on the City Center - Dublin Airport route.

The blue buses: from the Aircoach company connect the airport with Ballsbridge and Donnybrook -in the south of the city-, stopping at the main hotels and streets in the center of Dublin. The price is 7 euros one way and 12 round trip. The duration of the trip is approximately 30 minutes and they leave with a frequency of 10 minutes.
Dublin Bus: 41, 41A, 41B, 41C: The lines of the municipal bus company have a regularity of 45 minutes and arrive at Eden Quay at the price of an urban ticket. Another, from the same company, but on a special green bus that leaves from the bus station or Busaras to the airport with a single intermediate stop on O'Connell Street. The price is 6 euros.
Dublin Airport Taxis: You can take a taxi from the airport to any destination in the city of Dublin. An average daytime fare from the airport to the center is approximately € 20, depending on the distance and schedule fare. Ask the taxi driver for the fare before boarding if in doubt. There are extra charges for additional passengers, luggage, animals (apart from guide dogs), time of day, Sundays, and holidays.




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Programme Overview

Our school has 2 locations in the center of Dublin and offers a wide variety of courses.

Here you can find courses of all types, find the one that suits you best.

Offer

Long-term course in the afternoon for the General Course

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