When looking for the perfect place to study English, Dublin should be right at the top of your list. Here’s why we think you should study English in Dublin:
Study in Dublin
Study in Dublin
Why You Should Study English in Dublin
Heart of Ireland
Being Ireland’s capital, Dublin has all the hustle and bustle of an exciting city whilst still retaining the famous Irish charm. With a perfect mix of old and new, there is something interesting to see and do wherever you are in town.
With over 750 pubs, Dublin is a city where the next great night out is probably on your street corner! Listen to the fiddle over a few pints (or juice if you’re not a drinker!) and dance the night away with your new friends. It’s great craic! For a list of the best pubs to visit in Dublin, click here.
Living in Dublin as a student has many benefits, one of them being how easy it is to travel the rest of Ireland, the UK and Europe. For as little as €10, you can find flights to some of the world’s most fascinating destinations or if you’d prefer to keep it local, you can take a day trip to some of Ireland’s most famous cities and natural wonders.
Cute Study Spots
Move over Starbucks, as there’s an influx of eclectic (and delicious) independent cafes in town. Not only is it great to support local businesses but they also make perfect places to revise what you’ve learned that day in class over a cuppa. If cafés aren’t really your cup of tea, why not visit the National Library of Ireland instead?
With over 35,000 students in Dublin, you’ll never be alone. In a city full of young students, there will always be a friendly new face to brush up on your English skills and explore the city with.
Getting your wary around town is easy
You can work
Depending on your visa type and your country of origin, studying and working part time is an option for many of our English language students, giving them some extra pocket money on the side. To find out more if you’re eligible to work and study in Ireland, click here.
The Irish charm
Finally, one of Dublin’s largest selling points is the Irish people themselves! The Irish are well known for their charm and good humour and when you meet the Irish, it’s easy to see why.