Learn about cultural aspects while attending English classes.
Comments: Price also includes: afternoon cultural & sports programme, and excursions on Saturdays.
Project work, Irish culture, history and legend are an important part of the course.
Each extra day will be charged at the rate of 100€/day.
|4.2/5.0 151 reviews (all students from the school) 4.3/5.0 6 reviews (only English & Culture students)|
Comments: It is a language and cultural activities course exclusively for the over 50 age group. The programme is customised to meet the demands of this group and combines enjoyable language practice with varied opportunities to explore Ireland’s unique cultural heritage.
|4.2/5.0 247 reviews (all students from the school)|
Comments: The Cultural Experience course is an award-winning, alternative and unique way to improve your communication skills in English and learn about the language, the culture, the people and the local history.
Designed to make learning English more memorable, offering a rounded knowledge and an unforgettable experience. Most lessons are taught outside the school in a local place of interest and cultural heritage.
NOTE: Course offered once a month in the off-season and every week during the summer months.
|3.9/5.0 62 reviews (all students from the school) 4.5/5.0 2 reviews (only English & Culture students)|
Comments: Seniors will be mixed with other nationalities. Where possible there will be special focus on Irish Culture and Literature with some special lectures for the senior students.
|4.3/5.0 11 reviews (all students from the school) 3.0/5.0 1 review (only English & Culture students)|
Comments: The cultural programme includes 10 hours of language tuition per week, fullboard accommodation, 3 afternoons of activities with the teacher or adult member of the family, entrance fees and transport. Extra language lessons are charged at 40 EUR per hour. Visit the ancient monastic site at Glendalough or Newgrange passage grave in the Boyne Valley (depending on family location), Trinity College & Book of Kells, Dublin Castle & Cathedral.
| 4.2/5.0 5 reviews Dublin (all students from the school) 4.3/5.0 |
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Events in DublinBest time to take a language course in Dublin
16 Feb. 2017 - 26 Feb. 2017International film festival with a special category highlighting Irish film. Ten days of great new films with awards granted for lifetime acheivement as well. This yearly festival has changed sponsors since its inception in 2003: Jameson whiskey, and later Audi.
14 Mar. 2017 - 17 Mar. 2017Dubliners put on a great festival in the days leading up to St. Patrick's Day and its traditional parade. With live music, street theatre, many and varied cultural events, and of course, plenty of whiskey and beer.
14 Mar. 2017 - 17 Mar. 2017Thousands of people line the city streets every year on March 17th to watch this famous parade of floats, musicians, theatre troups and dancers.
01 Sep. 2017 - 03 Sep. 2017The Electric Picnic Festival has been offering up one of the best organised open-air events since 2004. With an emphasis on electric music, it has welcomed many of the biggest names in the rock/pop genre. Held in Stradbally, County Laois, it is easy to get to from Dublin.
Oct. 2017Discover the architecture that shaped the city of Dublin firsthand. Most of the open houses and building tours are free and access is on a first come, first served basis.