The language school Malvern house was first opened in London in 2000, and in 2002 its branches appeared in the Irish capital on Dame Street. This is a modern school with innovative, effective and diverse programs for learning English. Today, more than 6,000 adult students from 100 countries worldwide study at schools each year! The multinational atmosphere of Malvern house Dublin helps to consolidate conversational and communicative skills, quickly develop the skill of oral speech and listening (listening comprehension), teaches students tolerance and mutual respect.
It is worth mentioning the innovative nature of the school, its devotion to modern technologies - in the case of Malvern house Dublin this is really not an empty phrase. Teachers actively use the communicative method of instruction and introduce interactive methods of information delivery in classes, interactive and electronic boards are applied, a special online platform for additional lessons is developed. Lessons at the Malvern house Dublin are arranged so that each student (regardless of his age and academic goals) was interested in learning - an individual approach helps make learning more comfortable and effective. All basic language skills develop in a complex way: reading, listening, writing and speaking (emphasis is on speech and communication skills), vocabulary is expanding and pronunciation improves.
Professional, qualified Malvern house Dublin teachers have extensive experience working with international students and international groups. The teacher is always ready to give advice to each student, to further consider a difficult topic, to give a recommendation regarding personal academic goals and further academic progress. Many members of the teaching staff for a long time taught outside the UK, so they know how to work with representatives of different countries and cultures. Academic progress is recorded in the student's personal diary (including online), and at the end of the curriculum each student receives a corporate certificate indicating the level of English achieved and a list of his successes.