Why study English in Ireland?
- An English course in Ireland or Northern Ireland is a fantastic opportunity to speak, read, and hear English all around you every day.
- Both Ireland and Northern Ireland boast a rich culture you’ll love exploring more of, and the friendly locals are the ideal people to practise your newfound language skills with!
- The island’s size makes it perfect for exploring, and you’ll love the relaxed, welcoming atmosphere as you get to know these beautiful, historic countries.
Where should I learn English in Ireland?
Ireland is an up-and-coming language stay destination, and there are now many English schools and courses available across the country. Study English in the fast-paced, lively capital Dublin, or head further out to the countryside to experience day-to-day Irish life, in Cork, Bray, or Galway. Northern Ireland is also a popular choice, and its capital Belfast is a small but welcoming city, where you’ll experience a different side of the United Kingdom and learn quickly as you hear English spoken all around you.
Is the English spoken in Ireland different?
Each and every English-speaking country speaks the language differently to a certain extent, but the grammar and vocabulary used in Ireland isn’t that different from the English taught in schools across Europe - British English. Sometimes different words are used, but learning a wider vocabulary and acquiring a more global view of English is an asset for any learner.
Why choose ESL for an English course in Ireland?
Students have chosen us to help them arrange their ideal language stay abroad for over 20 years now, and thanks to our experience in the field, we have a wide variety of choice available for your ideal language course. We carefully select our partner schools so you can be sure you’ll be receiving quality teaching, and experiencing the very best as you learn English in Ireland. We offer free, personalised support at every step, guaranteeing you a memorable and enjoyable experience during your English course in Ireland or Northern Ireland.