Awarding winning Irish College of English joins

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If you are looking for quality English language classes, meet the Irish College of English.

Established in 1992, the Irish College of English has an excellent reputation as a quality education provider. The College has been nominated as well as won a number of awards. These include:

  • Service Excellence award from the Malahide Chamber of Commerce in 2014
  • 2016 Organisation of the Year award from the Malahide Chamber of Commerce
  • Shortlisted for the Junior Course Study Travel Global Industry Star Award in 2015 and 2016
  • Shortlisted for the English Language School Europe Award in 2016

Staff and Locations

All their teaching staff are experienced professionals and, in addition, all hold a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and a recognised TEFL qualification. Furthermore, the Department of Education and Science recognises the Irish College of English for the teaching of English as a Foreign Language. They are also members of the Quality Language Schools Promotion Body MEI. As a result, they have learner protection in place.

The college has two Dublin branches, one in Malahide and one in Portmarnock. In addition, they have a residential junior summer camp at Glenstal Abbey.

Adult Courses

The College offers year round adult English courses at their Malahide School in Dublin. Both full-time courses and part-time evening courses are available.

In addition, the College offers all levels from pre-intermediate to advanced, as well as TIE & Cambridge Preparation Courses.

Course on offer include:

  • Full-time English courses
  • Part-time English classes
  • Cambridge exam preparation
  • In-house business English courses for companies
  • English and golf – ‘speak and play’ 1 week intensive programme

The College also offers conversation classes. These help students to speak fluently and confidently with native speakers. The classes are suitable for students who already have a basic level of English and need more practice to improve fluency and increase vocabulary. Classes are fun and interactive, allowing students to build communication skills for everyday situations.

Anne Sexton

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