The harp and shamrock are not the only famous emblems of Ireland: there is of course also the leprechaun, who is a mischievous little man that will take you to his treasure at the end of the rainbow if you catch him. Make Dublin the destination for your Eurocentres language stay abroad and learn more about the language, city and culture. It is definitely worth doing.
The proximity of Ireland to the United Kingdom is not just geographical but also linguistically. Thus, Dublin is the perfect destination to learn English with Eurocentres and to experience the hospitable Irish mentality. We will give you the required language expertise as well as abundant inspiration and opportunities to explore Dublin, and find your treasure at the end of the rainbow.
Dynamic metropolis with a young and friendly atmosphere.
Located in the heart of Dublin City Centre
Accredited: ACELS, membership of EAQUALS, IALC and MEI
Special one-to-one courses
Minimum age required: 16
A typical day at Alpha College Dublin
Oh, no – it’s raining! In Ireland, they have an easy-going attitude towards the weather – it can sometimes get rather damp. But that’s not a problem; you just have to have the right clothing! Nico travels to school in the morning by public transport – it takes him about half an hour. This is the average time for students attending the Alpha College of English.
He wants to get there early today so that he can look something up in the media library that came up in class yesterday. Nico is improving his general English language skills here in Dublin. He chose the course in Dublin because the Irish way of life has always appealed to him. He had always wanted to travel to Ireland. And so, the opportunity of studying at the language school in Dublin was just right for him... He has never regretted his decision. During his stay, he notices the great progress he is making each day in his English language skills. He likes Dublin because of the many young open-minded people he encounters. He spends his free time visiting theatres, concerts, art galleries and museums, or enjoying the nightlife. In Dublin, there is always a lot happening! He finds the traditional Irish music particularly appealing and he goes to concerts as often as he can. Homesick? – Not in Dublin.