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Learn English in Ireland & Northern Ireland

Ireland is becoming a firm favourite in the world of language travel, and it’s easy to see why. Learning English in Ireland is a chance to immerse yourself fully in the language while taking advantage of the friendly, relaxed atmosphere, and enjoying a rich culture first-hand. ESL has many years of experience in helping students find their ideal English course in Ireland, giving them the chance to experience one of Europe’s friendliest, most fun-loving nations.

English study destinations in Ireland & Northern Ireland

Frequently asked questions about learning English in Ireland

Why study English in Ireland?

  • An English course in Ireland or Northern Ireland is a fantastic opportunity to speak, read, and hear English all around you every day.
  • Both Ireland and Northern Ireland boast a rich culture you’ll love exploring more of, and the friendly locals are the ideal people to practise your newfound language skills with!
  • The island’s size makes it perfect for exploring, and you’ll love the relaxed, welcoming atmosphere as you get to know these beautiful, historic countries.

Where should I learn English in Ireland?

Ireland is an up-and-coming language stay destination, and there are now many English schools and courses available across the country. Study English in the fast-paced, lively capital Dublin, or head further out to the countryside to experience day-to-day Irish life, in Cork, Bray, or Galway. Northern Ireland is also a popular choice, and its capital Belfast is a small but welcoming city, where you’ll experience a different side of the United Kingdom and learn quickly as you hear English spoken all around you.

Is the English spoken in Ireland different?

Each and every English-speaking country speaks the language differently to a certain extent, but the grammar and vocabulary used in Ireland isn’t that different from the English taught in schools across Europe - British English. Sometimes different words are used, but learning a wider vocabulary and acquiring a more global view of English is an asset for any learner.

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