Worldwide English: English in Ireland
English in Ireland is a free service to students wishing to study English in Ireland. This comprehensive service enables students to obtain up to date information on all English language courses offered in Ireland. Students can book their course through Worldwide English based on their individual needs and requirements. “English in Ireland” also continuously seeks to obtain reductions in course fees in order to make studying in Ireland more affordable.
Ireland is a small island off the coast of North West Europe. It lies about 100km from its nearest neighbour, the United Kingdom across the Irish Sea. It has been a member of the European Union since 1973 and plays a very active part in all the activities of the Council and the Commission. It is approximately 500 km from Paris
and Amsterdam by air.
Ireland has a population of approximately 5½ million, about 4 in the Republic and about 1½ in the North.
The capital of Ireland is Dublin. Dublin's population is over 1 million but the Greater Dublin area contains at least 1½ million.
Ireland is a major destination for students wishing to Learn English. Over 150,000 students from over 80 countries come to study in Ireland.
Some of the great writers in English literature have come from Ireland. These include Jonathan Swift, James Joyce, William Butler Yeats, Oscar Wilde, George Bernard Shaw and Samuel Beckett. The music of U2, Enya, the Corrs, the Cranberries and Westlife is known worldwide and Ireland’s traditional musical heritage continues in the music of The Chieftains and The Dubliners.
Ireland has a worldwide reputation for being a very friendly and hospitable country. Overseas students will feel at home away from home!
For further information about “English in Ireland”, course availability, bookings and immigration procedures for Mexican students, please contact Worldwide English.
●To promote Ireland as a quality destination for students wishing to study English.
●To be a national reference point and an effective medium for the transmission of unbiased course information to students from overseas.
●To place a more significant emphasis on the student's individual needs and criteria.
●To provide direct assistance to governmental bodies at home and abroad.
●To be seen as providing an ethical and professional service to all concerned in the educational sector.