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Upon payment of the course you will receive the school documentation before leaving your home country.

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Without the need for a visa, travel to Europe with the documentation sent by the school and your passport.

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Much more than teaching the English language, Academic Bridge also engages students in various extracurricular activities each month.

For us it is very important that students also learn the language by experiencing different cultures. Every month we celebrate the arrival of new students as well as celebrating important dates from specific countries all over the world. We also offer classes in different languages such as German, conversation classes to improve English and visits to museums, events and workshops.

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Minister announces abolition of re-entry visa system

Minister announces abolition of re-entry visa system

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...

Trip to Poland – 2019

Trip to Poland – 2019

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...

Dublin Bus – St. Patrick’s Festival Diversions

Dublin Bus – St. Patrick’s Festival Diversions

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...

TESTIMONIALS

Dongyoung Lee

Dongyoung Lee

Ex Student

I am very happy to be studying at Academic Bridge. My teachers and classmates are so nice! I am grateful for all the support given by the marketing team! It has been a great experience so far!

Chanyeong Lee

Chanyeong Lee

Ex Student

Academic Bridge is a great school, all the staff are lovely and they take their role as a school very seriously. There is an awesome students’ lounge, a huge yard for events and classes are always fun! I LOVE AB!

Lídia Teixeira

Lídia Teixeira

Student

It’s a very good school! Academic Bridge gave me all the support that the agency did not give me. And the staff are friendly and helpful.

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Academic Bridge Notice
In relation to the government directive to reopen for face to face classes by Oct 12th - PCN advocated robustly for education provision to remain online and/or for blended learning options to be implemented, this position places the health and safety of students and staff at the forefront. Having received communication for the Dept of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science the decision has been made to remain online until comprehensive safety guidelines can be drawn up and ratified in conjunction with the Dept of Health and NEPHET. As always, the safety of students and staff remains PCN's primary concern, as has been the case throughout this pandemic and prior. PCN always supports the wishes and preferences of students and staff, who have clearly indicated the wish to continue with the current framework (online) as this option affords the greatest level of protection to all parties involved. The previous announcement to reopen for face to face classes by Oct 12th, was as the result of a government directive, which has now been rolled back on. It is the view of PCN that this decision is a wise one, as the directive in question put student and staff safety in jeopardy, which is a position that cannot be supported by PCN. Having reviewed options it is clear that, notwithstanding the implementation of ratified safety measures, the virus has proven itself to be transmissible even within secure environments. Therefore remaining online presents the safest option at this time. PCN continues to endeavour to assure that education provision remains at the highest of standards. We will of course continue to cooperate and work closely with authorities as we have done since inception. We shall also continue to seek feedback from students and staff to help us adapt together and guarantee the best learning experience and working environment possible.
23rd October 2020
Academic Bridge Notice
In relation to the government directive to reopen for face to face classes by Oct 12th - PCN advocated robustly for education provision to remain online and/or for blended learning options to be implemented, this position places the health and safety of students and staff at the forefront. Having received communication for the Dept of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science the decision has been made to remain online until comprehensive safety guidelines can be drawn up and ratified in conjunction with the Dept of Health and NEPHET. As always, the safety of students and staff remains PCN's primary concern, as has been the case throughout this pandemic and prior. PCN always supports the wishes and preferences of students and staff, who have clearly indicated the wish to continue with the current framework (online) as this option affords the greatest level of protection to all parties involved. The previous announcement to reopen for face to face classes by Oct 12th, was as the result of a government directive, which has now been rolled back on. It is the view of PCN that this decision is a wise one, as the directive in question put student and staff safety in jeopardy, which is a position that cannot be supported by PCN. Having reviewed options it is clear that, notwithstanding the implementation of ratified safety measures, the virus has proven itself to be transmissible even within secure environments. Therefore remaining online presents the safest option at this time. PCN continues to endeavour to assure that education provision remains at the highest of standards. We will of course continue to cooperate and work closely with authorities as we have done since inception. We shall also continue to seek feedback from students and staff to help us adapt together and guarantee the best learning experience and working environment possible.
23rd October 2020
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