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Study & Work in Ireland

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Study & Work programmes at the DSE

Study & Work programmes at the DSE

Spend between 25 weeks and one year in Ireland on a study and work programme. This is a great way of improving your fluency and immersing yourself in the culture of Ireland. At the same time you have permission to work part-time (up to 20 hours per week) during term time and full-time during your holiday periods.

These courses all include 25 weeks of classes.


ACELS (Ministry of Education)

Our  programmes are based on the ACELS (Irish Ministry of Education) standards:

  • small groups (maximum 15 people)
  • properly qualified, native English speaking teachers
  • 7 levels of English (beginner to proficiency)
  • Certification (TIE, IELTS, Cambridge, TOEIC, etc)

If you are looking for a one year study & work programme, avoid disappointment – choose ACELS.

Read more about our study and work offers here.

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2 comments on “Study & Work in Ireland
  1. José Gabriel says:

    Hi, I am from Brazil, and next year I want to go to Ireland and do an English General course of one year of duration (25 weeks of course).
    I wanted to know the price of this course and if there is some offer.

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brunoBruno from Brazil
The best English school you'll find in Ireland. Great teachers, well orientated staff and all the infrastructure that you may need. I took the six months advanced English course and have no complaints about it.

elizabethElizabeth from Austria
It's not only our students that your lovely staff have turned into Irish fans, we teachers can't wait to visit again next year.

auroraAurora from Spain
It was in the mid seventies. The school was small and familiar, teachers and students mixed together and we had great fun. I am glad it has improved so much, but as the song goes "I remember Dublin School in the rare old times." Great memories.