Learn English in Ireland

An island with ancient myths and legends to uncover, amazing landscapes to explore and locals who will be more than happy to reveal hidden gems.

Studying in Ireland

The proximity of Ireland to the United Kingdom is not just geographical but also linguistically. The English spoken by the Irish is naturally different from th estandard English normally taught in language schools. And this is exactly what we find to mark a good English speaker. 
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95% of our students find a job within 3 months

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The teachers and staff don’t just help you because it is their job. I felt like I was in a family, every break, every week, every weekend and all the times we went on a trip together. Eurocentres is more than just a school.

Erich K. K. Guerra, Brasil

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I think I will never forget the countless experiences that I have had in the school and with friends I made. Eurocentres is definitely a great school because of its personalised education and focus on every student’s needs. 

Michelle Larios, Colombia

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The best way to learn English: small classes, focus on IELTS and FCE exams, good teachers.

Luisa Gazzano, Italy

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Eurocentres has been amazing. You learn the language in a dynamic way while you meet people from all around the world. The teachers are very good and helpful. I would definitely recommend Eurocentres, you will have a once in a lifetime experience.

Mateo Monsalve, Ecuador

Schools

  • Dublin

    Dublin is the largest city in the Republic of Ireland and its capital. Though it has no real pots of gold lying in the streets it still has plenty of treasures to offer you. In addition to the many architecturally impressive bridges and the vast Dublin Zoo, there is the liquid treasure of the city which is always on offer. Of course, we are talking about Guinness, Ireland's most popular export. You will certainly be able to quench your thirst on a tour through Dublin's colorful pubs and bar scene. You will also be able to experience the Irish attitude towards life and what makes a real Irish pub.
    • 18 classrooms
    • Student lounge
    • Computer room
    • Media centre
    • WiFi
    • Cafeteria
    • Library
    • Interactive whiteboards
  • Galway

    A thriving, bohemian, cultural city on the western coast of Ireland. Along with being a popular seaside destination with beautiful beaches and long winding promenade, it also has a buzzing cosmopolitan city centre. The city is also well known for its many festivals throughout the year with huge crowds gathering for the annual Galway Arts Festival, Races and numerous other events. Old Ireland is present too with turf fires and traditional music featuring in many pubs to compliment your enjoyment of a well earned pint of Guinness. Take an evening stroll along the promenade and watch the sunset over Galway Bay or watch the salmon fishermen in the River Corrib from the perfect vantage point of the Salmon Weir Bridge.
    • 17 classrooms
    • Computer room
    • Library
    • Student lounge
    • Cafeteria
    • WiFi

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School locations

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Other destinations

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    Canada

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    Living and studying in an enchanting UNESCO World Heritage Site is nothing less than inspiring.
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    USA

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    There's no better place to sharpen your language skills than one vast country full of many distinct cultures.
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    France

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    The French are passionate about their own language, so studying in the heart of France will improve your skills and build your confidence.

Visa information

Requirements and regulations for Irish visas vary from country to country. Students are advised to contact the appropriate Embassy in their home country well in advance of their planned travel dates in order to arrange documentation. Individual schools will be able to advise on certain procedures upon arrival, however, it is the student's responsibility to attain the appropriate documentation and correct class of visa before coming.

Success stories

  • Yuki Nakamoto

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    "Thanks to Eurocentres' help, I had the opportunity to work at a local primary school as a volunteer."
  • Andressa Rodriguez

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    "The course material is excellen and the teachers are fabulous! I love all of them."
  • Fusako Ishikawa

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    "I didn't learn only French but also learned about the French culture, way of life, food and wine."
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For detailed advice and information on what's available at any Eurocentres school, access our 2019 brochure now.