Beautiful schools, with excellent locations: one in Dublin and one in Drogheda, a city 40 minutes north of the capital.
Schools recognized by the Irish Government to teach classes to international students applying for Study and Work Permits (ILEP)
Qualified native teachers.
Programs of 15 or 20 hours / week in shifts a.m. and p.m.
Excellent quality support services: Transfers, accommodation and support, student welfare, orientation and social program, job clinics, registration service for certification exams, 24/7 emergency line, among many others.
Ideal for students who want to make significant improvements in their level of English, while experiencing authentic Irish life.
Our academic year program includes 25 weeks of tuition leading to a world-recognized exit exam with an 8-month study and work permit. The course is designed to ensure that students complete the program at least one level higher than their entry level.
This program has a cyclical start, so students can start any Monday.
All students enrolled in this program have the right to work 20 hours a week during the course and for the duration of the visa. Students also have the right to work full time, but this is limited to 8 weeks and only for a defined period that runs from June to September and from December 15 to January 15.
Students must be 18 years old before the course start date and have a minimum A1 (Elementary) level of English.
Possibility of working 20 hours / week in class periods and up to 40 hours / week in certain periods, such as summer or Christmas.
What does this allow you?
Accelerate language learning, greater immersion in Irish life.
Improve your NETWORKING. Being able to have work experience abroad and establish contact networks is a differentiating value.
Type of job and salary
The minimum wage in Ireland is € 10.10 / hour.
You can get a job in all sectors, but a candidate’s employability and the time it takes depends on his or her experience, level of English and the determination in the search.
There is great demand for employment in all industries; especially in hotels and restaurants (hotels, restaurants, cafes, etc.) where there is room for any level of English and any degree of work experience.
The Irish government requires that you have at least one week’s accommodation tied up when entering the country. After this period, most of our students
They become independent and look for a room shared with other students, in areas of their choice.