Founded by the legendary Vikings and enriched with culture and creativity over the centuries, Dublin is a bustling capital with all the warmth of your favorite small town. Spend your days exploring everything this stunning green city has to offer – and don’t forget your camera! Study at the famous Terenure College in a beautiful, green setting in the Dublin suburbs.
Location: Terenure College
Dates: 27 June – 15 August
Age: 13 – 17
Sample Tours: Glendalough, Croke Park stadium and Dublin Zoo
Day schedule available: always starts on Monday, with class, activities and lunch included. Accommodation is not included.
Homestay is provided by a third-party agency.
Room Type: Twin / Triple room
Bathroom Ratio: Shared with family
What’s in a room: Bed, wardrobe, desk, storage space
Common room: Students can use homestay areas
Cleaning: Bedrooms and bathrooms are cleaned weekly by the host family.
Linen cleaning: Changed weekly
Towels: Students bring their own towels
Laundry: Homestay available
Meals: Served in a homestay, packed lunches provided
Distance to classes: 45 minutes by bus
Activities and Excursions
Weekends are planned every afternoon and evening with full-day excursions. All activities are designed to continue learning in a fun and enjoyable way by encouraging students to develop life skills and make new friends through sports, activities and socially interactive games.
Football, mini olympics, rounders, table tennis, volleyball and basketball with options.
Drama: Drama and performance activities such as drama workshops and scavenger hunts.
Evening: Activities such as karaoke, talent show and team games.
Half-Day Excursions Half-Day
our local daily excursions take students to places like Trinity College, the National Museum of Ireland, trips to Dublin and the National Botanic Gardens.
Glendalough: Students spend the day in Glendalough enjoying the beauty of the Irish countryside, where they will walk through the Wicklow Mountains National Park and gain insight into the country’s history and culture. They will also visit the medieval monastic settlement of Glendalough.
Bray: The beautiful seaside town of Bray in County Wicklow is an hour’s drive from Dublin. Students will have the opportunity to enjoy the attractions of the seaside town and take a scenic walk under the cliffs.
Howth: This former fishing village just outside of Dublin is surrounded by nature and full of legends. From prehistory to modern times, the wild rocky peninsula has seen some key events and bloody battles that have shaped Irish history. It also has incredible views of Dublin, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The classroom is at the heart of your Dublin Junior English Course. English Lessons are student-centered and encourage the development of relevant language skills.
✓ Engaging with classrooms with a positive learning atmosphere.
✓ 15 hours (20 x 45 minutes) of English lessons per week, morning or afternoon.
✓ Taught by qualified English teachers.
✓ Ratio of 16 students per class.
✓ Placement test lesson on day 1 to ensure that students are classified according to their level.
✓ We teach all levels from beginner to advanced.
✓ All courses include learning resources, materials suitable for the age and level of students, and an end-of-course certificate.