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Why Choose Griffith Institute of Language Limerick?
City Centre Campus
Mix with Irish Students from a Variety of Faculties
Established Reputation in International Education
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Ireland’s Leading Private Third Level College
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Highly Qualified and Experienced Lecturers
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Wide Variety of Student Social & Cultural Activities
Regular Assessments to Build Confidence
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Griffith College O’Connell Avenue Limerick City Ireland
ENGLISH LANGUAGE COURSES
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Programme Offerings Living in Ireland Ireland is an exciting place to live and study in the 21st century. It is an English speaking country with a distinctive mix of traditional and modern life. Over 4.2 million people enjoy our mild, oceanic climate and a landscape that stretches across lakes and mountains and more than 2,000 miles of coastline that attracts over 6 million tourists annually. Ireland has also grown rapidly to become a hub for the digital revolution and a centre of international trade. Our long and impressive academic tradition has been established over many years and, today, the country offers one of the highest standards of education in the world.
Pathway Programmes (English + Degree)
COURSES General English General English (includes elective) Pathway Programmes (English + Degree) Summer English One to One
Summer English Programmes (2 - 12 Weeks)
General English (2 - 50 + Weeks) For learners who wish to significantly develop their language skills.
Situated on Ireland’s west coast, and with a student population of over 20,000, Limerick is a lively and friendly place to study. It has many attractions, including fascinating historic sights, places to shop and a lively nightlife. It is also connected with Shannon international Airport just 15 km away and with a great cost of living compared to Dublin and the UK, it is a fantastic place for you to complete your English studies.
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Griffith Institute of Language offers preTailored Courses for speciﬁc groups As required degree supports for learners who are Evening courses 12 looking to enrol on Griffith College degree programmes but do not meet the language requirements. This includes cultural and academic Griffith Institute of orientation as well as core language skill development.
At Griffith we offer an exciting range of Summer English programmes. These programmes are designed to take advantage of our expert teaching team and thorough assessment strategy whilst also offering a cultural programme. We provide information on extra-curricular social events, and, subject to demand we can organise outings to the many local tourist attractions.
DURATION (WEEKS) HOURS PER WEEK LEVEL OF ENGLISH
With our high quality teaching team and strong assessment strategy, we will ensure that learners get the most from their time with us, and move on in their careers or further study with significantly enhanced language skills. You can study our 15 hour programme or our premium programme that gives you an additional 5 hours of tuition across two afternoons.
Language is a nice place to meet new people and study English. It is a lovely, comfortable building and we have nice, small classrooms. One thing to emphasise is the teachers! They are so cool and teach us with a variety of methods – games, songs etc. It is good fun!
Accommodation Griffith Institute of Language Limerick provides a variety of accommodation options for students who wish to study at our school.
Host Family Accommodation Arriving in a new country can be a daunting experience, but getting a true Irish welcome from one of our Host Families will make you feel like you are in a home from home. Not only that, it is a great way to improve your English and learn about Irish culture and life
Cultural Activities One of the most attractive features of Griffith Institute of Language, Limerick, as a place to study is its location in the heart of Limerick. Surrounded by the best entertainment venues, you can be sure of access to great student nights in the city. If your taste in leisure activities is more adventurous, Limerick provides excellent opportunities for the student who likes sport and leisure - golf, horse riding and water-sports are all available at a reasonable cost. Griffith Institute of Language organises a variety of social and cultural activities in Limerick and throughout Ireland. For example, trips to the Rock of Cashel, Killarney, Cliffs of Moher, Belfast and the Giant’s Causeway. Students can participate in excursions, weekend trips, parties, Irish dancing lessons and major sports events.
Juan Pablo, Argentina In my opinion, the best thing of the course was the vast quantity of new words and vocabulary I have learnt and, of course, the chance of getting to know new people. Laura, Brazil
Residential Apartments During the academic year and throughout the Summer, we offer selfcatering apartments close to Griffith College. These apartments are shared with either Irish or other international students. Students have their own room and bathroom with private study facilities and an internet point.
We provide an exciting range of elective options including: • Conversational English • Business English • Exam Training • English for Academic Purposes.
Why Griffith Institute of Language Limerick •
Lively, student centred city
Low cost of living
Easy access to international Airports
Excellent rail and road connections
A wide variety of cultural attractions.
Griffith Institute of Language is recognised by ACELS, a service of Quality and Qualifications Ireland, for English language teaching (ELT).
Griffith Institute of Language is a member of Marketing English in Ireland.
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