Dublin Temple Bar

English school in Dublin Temple Bar

English school in Dublin Temple Bar is in a magnificent Georgian style building with views of the river Liffey. The building is located in the best neighbourhood in Dublin: Temple Bar. It is not a bar, but is the name of the area of the city which concentrates the major part of the cultural life, and the preferred place for young people, as it is one of the liveliest places at night and in the day. 

Facilities at the Dublin school

Classes

The school has 10 classrooms, large with high ceilings, typical of the Georgian style. The classrooms are bright and spacious, and are equipped with tables, chairs, and whiteboard. There are TVs, videos, DVDs and projectors. 

Multimedia Centre

The multimedia centre has 16 computers and is fully equipped. The centre is used to give classes, as well as for the use of the students when they want to study their English on their own. 

Individual study room

The individual study room is available for all students and includes a library where you can loan books and study materials. The daily newspapers are available here. 

Student room

The common room is on the bottom floor, where you can get cold and warm drinks in vending machines, Also, the students can bring their own lunch to eat it here. The room also has microwaves and a water cooler. There are 6 computers to access the internet and emails in any language, and a 42" TV.

Wifi connection

Wifi throughout the school building. 

 


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  • 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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Holidays

  • 17/03/2019
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  • 06/05/2019
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  • 28/10/2019
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  • 27/12/2019
  • 01/01/2020




Accreditations

The school is accredited by:

ACELS

MEI RELSA


Study English in Dublin

The capital of Ireland has a charisma and unique vitality in Europe. Dublin has cultural, sports and leisure advantages typical of a capital, whilst also having the charm of a small city, where visitors feel at home straight away. 

It is a welcoming city with a youthful atmosphere, that conserves a solid cultural tradition of music, literature and dance. In any part of the city, you will find street musicians, elegant shops and all types of bars and pubs where you can try the legendary black beer, surrounded by Irish families. The sea, the mountains and the countryside can be found just 1 hour by car from the city centre. After your classes, you will be able to walk around the mountains in Dublin or play a round of golf. The theatres in Dublin are known worldwide and "The National Concert Hall" offers all types of music. 

Interests about Dublin 

  • Dublin has 1,000,000 inhabitants 
  • The young population is one of the highest rates in Europe. Nearly half of the population is younger than 25 years old. 
  • It is the Celtic cultural capital... the signs and information are in English and Gaelic, the language of Ireland. 
  • The local hour in Dublin is the same as London, one hour behind Spain.
  • Great writers such as James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, Bram Stoker and Roddy Doyle were born here.
  • In Dublin, the weather is always changing. The people who live there usually say that Dublin doesn´t have one climate, but has all four seasons of the year in one day. 
  •  In Whitefriar church are the relics of St Valentine. 

What to see in Dublin

  • St Patrick Cathedral. St Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland and its celebration (17th March) is known worldwide. 
  • The National Museum of Ireland: this extense museum is distributed among different buildings. Among the collections include those related to the Viking Ireland and the space dedicated to the memory of the uprising of the people of Eire. 
  • Trinity College, which belongs to the University of Dublin
  • The National Gallery: a fantastic museum for all lovers of paintings
  • Dublin Castle: symbol of the British repression in the island
  • Temple Bar: This area is one of the most active in the capital and has cafes, interesting shops, pubs and theatres
  • Guinness Storehouse: when visiting this building, you can check out the different steps of the making of the famous Guinness beer. 
  • Phoenix Park: with its 700 hectares, it is one of the biggest parks in Europe.
  • Kells book: in the old Trinity library, and is the oldest books after the Bible. 

Dublin has a lot to offer! Visit the local tourist website to find out more: 

http://www.visitdublin.com/entertainment/dublin.aspx

 

At night in Dublin

  • Temple bar is the area of bars and nightlife in Dublin
  • It is the district full of bars where the music comes from the pubs themselves and there is music on the street and street artists. 
  • One of the most famous is the Temple Bar which gets its name from the district. The norm is to have a pint of beer, since copas is not the culture here. 
  • The clubs in Dublin are normally open between 10pm and 3am (club license) and in general stop serving at 2:30am. The entry prices vary between 5€ and 15€. The prices of the drinks are usually more than in the bars.

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Standard English course in Dublin

Structure of the course: 20 lessons of General English (45 minutes per lesson for a minimum of 2 weeks). 

The standard English course focuses on the four main aspects of the language: reading, writing, listening and speaking. This course will help you to learn in a quick and effective way. 

You will also learn vocabulary and grammar, and how to speak in formal and informal discussions, interviews and strategies. 

There are courses in the mornings and the afternoons. 

Perfect for

ideal for those who want to have enough time for their studies and to enjoy their free time.

Additional information

The general English course has a minimum duration of two weeks, with three hours of English classes per day, 5 days a week. The rest of the time is for you to do other activities such as sightsee, participate in social events at the school or relax with your new classmates.

Characteristics

  • Course duration from 2 weeks
  • Lecciones per Week  20
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning or afternoon
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  15
  • Average during the rest of year  10
  • Minimum age  16

Semi intensive English course in Dublin

This is a combination between the standard course of 20 lessons per week + 7 structured study sessions: these sessions will help to reinforce what you have learnt and to improve in areas that you need to practice the most, using books, language exercises online and interactive programmes. 

Perfect for

Ideal for those that want to make the most of their stay in Dublin, studying in the academy in the morning and afternoons.

Additional information

The semi intensive English course focuses on the four main aspects of the language: reading, writing, listening and speaking. This course offers a semi intensive level of English that will help you to learn quickly and effectively. You will also learn vocabulary and grammar, and how to speak in formal and informal discussions, interviews and strategies.

Characteristics

  • Course duration from 2 weeks
  • Lecciones per Week  27
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning or afternoon
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  15
  • Average during the rest of year  10
  • Minimum age  16

Super intensive English course in Dublin

This course is a combination between the general course of 20 lessons + 8 lessons of specific skills including vocabulary, culture etc. + 7 lessons of structured study which will help to reinforce what you have learnt and improve in areas that you need to practice the most, using books, language exercises online and interactive programmes. 

Perfect for

Ideal for those that want to make the most of their stay in Dublin, studying in the academy in the morning and afternoons.

Additional information

This course focuses on quick and effective language learning. The objective is to reach fluent English, and learn grammar and vocabulary that are used in daily conversations.

Characteristics

  • Course duration from 2 weeks
  • Lecciones per Week  35
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning or afternoon
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  15
  • Average during the rest of year  10
  • Minimum age  16

Business English course in Dublin

This course is a combination between the Semi Intensive English course + 8 lessons of specific Business English.

The specific Business English classes will help you to dominate the vocabulary to be successful in the world of business.

Perfect for

Ideal for professionals that need to improve their level of English

Additional information

The objective of the course is to learn and manage yourself in business meetings, to dominate the written techniques and competences to be successful in a job interview, learn the communication techniques to learn how to participate and express yourself in business meetings, and to improve your written skills.

Characteristics

  • Course duration from 2 weeks
  • Lecciones per Week  30
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning and afternoon
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  A2, B1, B2, C1.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  15
  • Average during the rest of year  10
  • Minimum age  16

IELTS Preparation course in Dublin

This course is a combination between the semi intensive course + 8 specific classes for the IELTS exam preparation

The preparation for the IELTS exam will teach you the skills and strategies necessary to pass the IELTS exam. The course will make the experience much easier, by getting the best result you can. Get to know the different sections of the exam, ways to maximise your time and the exam style questions in the IELTS exam. 

Perfect for

students that need to improve their level to pass IELTS, improving skills and practicing before the exam.

Additional information

In the lessons of the course, you will practice reading, writing, oral, and also how to improve your grammar and vocabulary in a short time.

Characteristics

  • Course duration from 2 weeks
  • Lecciones per Week  35
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning and afternoon
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  B1, B2, C1.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  15
  • Average during the rest of year  10
  • Minimum age  16

Long duration English course in Dublin - 5/6 months

The duration of the course is 5/6 months. 

20/24 weeks of the course + 2 week holiday. The course combines the learning of English with a great variety of other studies related to achieving the highest level of English possible. 

Perfect for

This course is excellent to submerge yourself in learning English, spending a semester abroad studying English and getting to know new places. During the course, you will improve your language skills, reaching fluency.

Additional information

You will focus on the four main aspects of the language: reading, writing, listening and speaking. These courses offer teaching that will help you to learn quickly and effectively.

Characteristics

  • Course duration 20/24 weeks
  • Lecciones per Week  27
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning or afternoon
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  15
  • Average during the rest of year  10
  • Minimum age  16

Large duration English course in Dublin - 8 months

The duration of the course is 8 months.

32 weeks of the course + 3 weeks of holidays. The course combines learning English with a great variety of other studying, related to improving your level of English to the highest level possible. 

Perfect for

Ideal for those that want to study abroad for a year.

Additional information

You will acquire fluency in English, valuable qualifications, and make friends from all around the world. whilst improving your future work possibilities.

Characteristics

  • Course duration 32 weeks
  • Lecciones per Week  27
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning or afternoon
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  15
  • Average during the rest of year  10
  • Minimum age  16

Cambridge CELTA course in Dublin

The Cambridge CELTA programme (Certificate of English Language Teaching to Adults) is a training course for teachers that will put them on the path to be a teacher of a foreign language, certified by the University of Cambridge. 

CELTA is a programme known internationally, and the courses are created for those with little or no teaching experience. 

Perfect for

Those that want to learn what they need to know to be a successful English teacher

Additional information

You will learn theory and practice being a confident and successful English teacher, acquiring experience from the CELTA course.

Characteristics

  • Course duration 4 weeks
  • Lecciones per Week  30
  • Duration of Classes  45 Minutes
  • Timetables Morning or afternoon
  • Level test  Yes
  • Accredited Diploma  Yes
  • Level  C1, C2.
  • Maximum students per class in summer  12
  • Average during the rest of year  10
  • Minimum age  18

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Extra-curricular Activities

Every week the school organises a varied plan of activites. Signing up to the activities is the perfect way to practice your English, make friends and have a good time. 

This list is just an example:

  • Visit the Guinness factory 11€
  • Football match (free)
  • Trip to Kilmainham Jail 7€
  • Excursion to Galway 45€
  • Cinema nights 8€
  • Irish dancing classes 12€
  • Excursions to other cities (free)
  • Walks around the city (free)
  • Trips to museums
  • Half day excursions 5€-16€
  • Full day excursions 15€-85€
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Accommodation

Family Zone 1

If you want to live in an English speaking environment, we recommend that you choose to stay with a host family. Our families have been selected carefully. It is the ideal option for those students that want to submerge themselves in a different culture. Take into account that the families live in residential neighbourhoods, outside of the city centre. 

The families offer half board (breakfast and dinner every day)

There is availability for families in zone 1 with a private bathroom. 

Availability: All year

Room Type: Single or double room

School distance: 30-40 minutes from the school by bus

Check-in: Sunday

Check-out: Saturday

Deposit fee: No

Characteristics

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  • Private bathroom doesn´t have  Private bathroom
  • Laundry facilities it has Laundry facilities
  • Cleaning service doesn´t have  Cleaning service
  • Wifi doesn´t have  Wifi
  • Kitchen it has Kitchen
  • Kithchen Utensils it has 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

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  • 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 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 it has Towels
  • Breakfast doesn´t have  Breakfast
  • Half Board it has Half Board
  • Full Board doesn´t have  Full Board

Characteristics

  • Internet it has Internet
  • Private bathroom it has 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 doesn´t have  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

Dublin international airport is located 12km from the city.

The airlines that fly to Dublin from Spain are:

  •   Aerlingus
  •   Ryanair

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 centre:

There are 6 public transport buses that go from the city centre to Dublin airport. 

  • Blue buses: Aircoach company connects the airport with Ballsbridge and Donnybrook (in the south of the city), stopping at the main hotels and streets in the centre of Dublin. The price is 7€ one way and 12€ return. The duration is approximately 30 minutes and leaves every 10 minutes. 
  • Dublin Bus: 41, 41A, 41B, 41C. The urban bus lines leave every 45 minutes and go to Edén Quay at the price of an urban ticket. There is a special other line, the Busaras buses, to the airport with one stop on O´Connell Street. This costs 6€. 
  • Taxis from Dublin airport: You can get a taxi from the airport to anywhere in Dublin city. The average tarrif from the airport to the centre is approximately 20€, depending on the distance and the time you are travelling. Ask the driver what the tarrif will be before getting in, just to make sure. There are extra charges for extra passengers, luggage, animals (except guide dogs), time of the day, Sundays and festivals. 



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