Atlas Language School English Courses in Dublin, Ireland
About Atlas Language School
At Atlas Language School, we provide the highest level of service in each aspect of your time with us - your English language courses, student support and welfare, accommodation, and social and cultural activities. Our excellent facilities, experienced and attentive staff and comprehensive range of courses make Atlas Language School the number one choice for students looking for a quality language learning and cultural experience in the great city of Dublin. We are a leading English language school in Dublin recognised by ACELS, a service of Quality and Qualifications Ireland for English language teaching (ELT).
WHO ARE OUR STUDENTS?
Study at Atlas and make friends from all over the world. We have a great nationality mix.
2000Number of Students Enrolled at the School Last Year
300Average Number of Students During the Year
450Average Number of Students During the High Season
At Atlas Language School, we offer excellent facilities, including a large student room, a library, a computer room and a cafe.
We believe that in order to get the most from their time in Ireland students should be exposed to English not just in the classroom but in a variety of environments and contexts. That’s why our social and cultural programme is so important to us and why we spend so much time and energy making sure that it is as varied, vibrant and interesting as possible.
We have a dedicated social programme co-ordinator who organises activities, tours and visits throughout the year for our students. These activities are a scheduled part of almost all courses and normally occur after class in the afternoon and evening. We also organise day and weekend trips to scenic areas outside Dublin, such as Connemara, Clare and Galway.
Our activities include:
Art gallery and Museum Tours Visits to the cinema / theatre School parties Football, Cycling and other sporting activities Festivals Day trips to historical sites in and outside of Dublin Traditional Irish music nights Overnight trips to Belfast, Galway and Cork
Non-EEA students should contact their local Irish Embassy for visa requirements.
For more information, please check the website of the Irish citizen information.
How to get there
We are located in Portobello House in Dublin 2, a beautiful landmark building that overlooks the Grand Canal in the south of the city.
You can reach our school by the following Dublin Bus routes:
14, 140, 142, 15, 15A, 15B, 15D, 65, 65B, 83, 83A
To check your Dublin Bus route you can use their website.
You can also use the Luas to get to the school. The closest stop to the school is called Charlemont (Green line).