Are you looking to study English on our 25 week General English course? Are you a non-EU student who wants to study and travel around Europe?
Our General English courses are for students of all levels of English: from complete beginners to advanced speakers. No matter how much you already know, all of our General English courses will help you to speak English better and more fluently.
We’ll develop practical communication skills, with special emphasis on speaking, listening, reading and writing. Our professional teachers use a variety of teaching methods to make sure there’s plenty of practice involved.
This long-term General English course, is exclusive to English Studio Dublin and runs over 25 weeks, with 15 hours of study per week (morning or afternoon). Throughout this period students are given the option to work part-time whilst studying and can take up to 2 months holiday to travel.
The General English 25 week programme is fully accredited, providing high quality instruction from our highly trained and helpful academic staff.
For more information on our General English Long Term course and pricing and booking, then please contact us or complete the form below.
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