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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

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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