Speaking another language can definitely open doors for you, either personally or professionally. The fact that you will have to invest time and money to learn English should not discourage you but make you realise that it might be the best investment of your life....read more
Time is flying and here is another month of fantastic extra activities! We have many things happening throughout the following weeks! For those who have been attending our Italian Classes: good news, we have added an advanced class! And we will also be offering Korean...read more
Summer is coming and today we'd like to point out some beautiful beaches near Dublin where you can go to enjoy a bright sunny day! 1. Portmarnock Beach One of the most popular beaches in Dublin, Portmarnock is ideal for swimming and sunbathing due to it’s long and...read more
12 April 2019 The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD, has today announced the abolition of Ireland’s re-entry visa system with effect from 13 May 2019. Under this system, visa required nationals who live in Ireland, and who wish to travel to and...read more
Over the past few years, tourism all over Central Europe has become very popular with exchange students, especially during the winter time as snow lightly dusts the ground and rooftops. These countries have romantic intriguing cities which are known for their cultural...read more
As St. Patrick's Day approaches, our fair city will enjoy a festival atmosphere over a number of fun-filled days of parades and celebrations. As a result, there will be a number of temporary diversions and change of termini around the city and suburbs from Friday 16...read more
Welcome February! It's just unbelievable that January has come and gone already! Time is flying guys, so make sure you are getting involved in our extra activities this month! We are happy to inform you all that German, Spanish and Italian classes will be running this...read more
GNIB card is being replaced with a new registration certificate called the Irish Residence Permit (IRP).
The Irish Residence Permit (IRP) is your registration certificate. You will be given an IRP whenever you register with immigration. Your IRP is a very important document and you must carry it with you at all times. NOTE: From 11 December 2017 the previous registration...read more
They have partnered up with friends from La Roche wines in Chablis to help celebrate their festival of Saint Martin who is the patron saint of Chablis. They are putting a french style twist on their brunch menu along with some exclusive wine samples from the famed La...read more
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