Currently, English schools in Ireland can only offer face-to-face classes to existing students who were already in the country, and a moratorium on hiring new students is maintained. Peter said the industry will be ready to welcome students and is looking forward to the next update from the Irish government.
He said: “Ireland has long been a first-choice destination for many, and Dublin is arguably one of the most exciting cities for young people. The nightlife is world famous and the quality of accommodation options has vastly improved with more than 10,000 high-quality residential beds built since 2018. The economy is thriving, with thousands of job opportunities for students.
“As we emerge from the pandemic and some destinations remain closed, we hope that Ireland will be seen as a safe and quality destination and that 2022 will be a strong year of recovery for all.”
A portfolio of English language programs, mini-stay, work-study, college pathways and preparation, and high school placement programs if offered by ELI Schools, which is a member of the Independent Language Schools Group (ILSG) and Marketing English in Ireland (MEI). ) Marketing English in Ireland (MEI): the two organizations that merged earlier this year.
ELI Schools is also a finalist in the inaugural ST Star New Language School category in the 2020/21 StudyTravel Star Awards, which will be held as a free online ceremony on September 1.