If you’re planning to study English abroad, you probably know by now that Dublin is one of the most popular destinations for international students, but what makes the city so special?
Dublin is a vibrant, cosmopolitan capital with all the heart and soul of your favourite little village. It is surrounded by lush, green landscapes and immersed in centuries of history. This Irish gem is bursting with breath-taking sights to see and an endless list of things to do!
Why learn English in Dublin?
If you are either planning to choose one of our English courses in Dublin for a couple of weeks, months or even a year, you will definitely have an experience you will never forget.
Apart from having a unique cultural identity with its own language, Ireland is an English speaking country and home to many multinational businesses. All of this makes Ireland a very interesting mix of tradition and history, but also forward-thinking modernity. Achieve your goals in Europe’s most entrepreneurial country.
- Experience life in one of the world’s friendliest cities
- Easily get outside the city and explore many beautiful landscapes and villages
- Practise your English with natives, who are known for being very friendly and welcoming
- Dive into Ireland’s rich cultural heritage with its own distinctive music, culture and sports
- Be amazed by its beautiful, green countryside; it’s why Ireland is called ‘the Emerald Isle’
- From Dublin, you can easily explore Ireland’s famous cities like Galway and Cork
- Celebrate the popular St Patrick’s Day on March 17.
To help you better plan your stay in Dublin, here are a few tips and some useful information to help you to explore the city to the max while you learn English in Dublin.
5 things you must see in Dublin:
- Trinity College
- St. Stephen’s Green
- Temple Bar
- Phoenix Park
- Ha’penny Bridge
5 you can’t miss doing:
- James Joyce Tour
- Visit the Guinness Storehouse
- Viking Splash Tour
- See the Book of Kells
- Leprechaun Museum
The weather in Ireland is usually quite mild, but can change from sun to rain, wind, or clouds all in one day. It’s a good idea to keep an umbrella with you at all times – just in case!
Public holidays falling on a weekday
30 October, 25 December, 26 December, 1 January 2018, 19 March 2018, 30 March 2018, 2 April 2018, 2 April 2018, 7 May 2018, 4 June 2018, 6 August 2018, 29 October 2018, 25 December 2018, 26 December 2018