The program for juniors (middle-class students) is aimed at getting to know Dublin and Ireland, increasing the language level and acquiring new valuable academic knowledge.
The general language program is suitable for students with any initial level of knowledge. Before the first lesson, all children undergo an introductory test, which determines their level of English and distributes them to the appropriate group - so training becomes more comfortable and effective. After the completion of the course, students receive a corporate certificate, which records their successes and the achieved level of English (all study materials and books are already included in the cost of the program).
In the free hours of the students a rich, interesting and diverse leisure program awaits. Together with professional guides, the groups visit the most significant sights of Dublin and other cities of Ireland, inspect architectural and historical monuments, go shopping. The extracurricular program helps to consolidate the knowledge gained in the classroom in an informal, friendly and free environment: communicating in English with new friends, teachers and guides, students quickly overcome the language barrier and intensively develop speech and communication skills.
The Junior Summer Course runs from June 30 to July 30, and the Young Adult Program runs from June 30th to August 20th. The cost of the program is (including accommodation, meals and a leisure program):
Summer combined English courses at Irish College of English Malahide (Summer School) is a great kind of useful and memorable vacation for children from 11 to 17 years old. The school has been working successfully since 1992: today it has two divisions - in Malahide and in Sordze, in the suburbs of Dublin. The training center has the necessary accreditations and permits for working with foreign students and international groups: the Department of Education and Science of Ireland (specialty - "Learning English as a Foreign Language"), ACELS, Education in Ireland, MEI, Failte Ireland, Malahide Chamber of Commerce, TIE .
The hospitable, cozy coastal town of Malahide, where the language center is based, has repeatedly received awards for a high standard of living, safety and cleanliness: it is always pleasant to stroll through the spacious sandy beaches, chat with locals, visit local restaurants and traditional Irish pubs. This is a very safe area: officially it is considered a respectable, quiet and rich suburb of Dublin, so you can not worry at all for the comfort of the child.
Students of summer courses are offered accommodation in hospitable Irish families, repeatedly checked and carefully selected by representatives of the Center. In each house there are 1-3 students: the houses are located within walking distance from the campus, completely safe and quite comfortable, comfortable for living.