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A busy year-round language school teaching English as a foreign language. We offer a range of courses - short and long term, to students from all round the world.
Centre of English Studies (CES) offers a wide range of general English language courses and Examination Courses at competitive prices in our two city centre schools.
The biggest tourist and cultural programme Ireland, over 60 tours and activities, at no extra cost for all students.
Celebrating 25 years in 2011, the Emerald Cultural Institute has a worldwide reputation for professionalism and academic excellence.
The Horner School of English is a medium sized English language learning school based in Dublin, Ireland, owned and run by the Horner family - Patricia, Colin, David, Janice and Trevor Horner.
International House Dublin, an English language training school is a member of the renowned International House World Organisation, committed to the highest standards in English language teaching.
Linguaviva has been teaching English since 1977, and pride ourselves on being one of Ireland's most reputable English language schools, attracting students from all over the world. We are also the only Quality English School based in Dublin City Centre. Our courses cater for all levels from Elementary to Advanced
Black Church Print Studio is one of the leading fine art print studios in Ireland.
Alpha College is a top quality English language school located in the heart of Dublin’s city Centre. Alpha is accredited by ACELS/QQI and is a member of EAQUALS, IALC and MEI.
EF is the world's largest educational travel company. Their year-round Dublin school is situated in the heart of the city in a stunning Georgian townhouse.
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