Are you over 18 and are dying to brush up your English skills a wee bit?
Why not come and study with us at Atlas Language School in Ireland?
Atlas Language School was established in 2003 and has grown from a one room school to one of the largest language teaching organisations in Ireland. The school is very international, with students and staff from all over the world.
The school's located on the southside of Dublin, just next to the grand canal. The canal is one of the best locations to hang out with your friends during warm summer nights, even people from the northside take a journey of 45 minutes just to come here!
You can attend a variety of different courses at our school. We offer full-time and part-time English courses, exam preparation courses, teacher trainings, work placements, a junior and highschool programme, group programmes, modern foreign language courses and much more. Furthermore, you can also sit the TOEIC, Cambridge and Trinity Exams at our school. Apart from courses we also organise accommodation and can place you in a host family or in our residence.
Our English courses run all year round, so it's up to you. Provided we have availabilty you can start a course on any Monday with the minimum duration being 1 week.
Access to a great social programme with organised activities by our lovely social programm eleaders during the week (such as visits to the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College, Croke Parke & GAA museum, Hugh Lane Gallery etc.) and trips at the weekend (such as trips to Galway, Howth, Dun Laoghire, Greystones, Bray, Malahide, Kilkenny, Dalkey, Belfast and Cork).
On a tight budget?
No worries: We are currently running some special promotions. So c`mon (Irish for come on) and book quickly, the summer months are filling up, better hurry up to secure your spot.
How to proceed?
Visit our website (https://atlaslanguageschool.com) for further information, you can also get in touch through our live-chat which pops up on the website or simply send an email to our Admissions Team (email to email@example.com).
What’s my job?
I work as intern in the Admissions Department which deals with direct enquiries, the registration of students, bookings and much more. My my team consists of 8 lovely people who are all not older than 35. In total we are currently 10 interns with different nationalities (Spanish, Italian, French, German, Croatian) and they work across our other departments, such as the Accommodation, Groups, Accounts or Academic Department. We all work together very closely with the other departments. I like the atmosphere and spirit at my company with everybody being very friendly to each other and on first name terms. My superviosrs are very flexible and I can always bring in new ideas or suggest things that I would like to work on! There are regular staff parties and one gets a cake if it is your birthday. Furthermore, I myself attended part-time evening English for 8 weeks and sat the CAE exam afterwards. Currently I am attending Italian evening classes. Therefore: Grazie per aver letto e ci vediamo.