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English immersion programs in Ireland

There's something enchanting about Ireland: the foggy green hills, the cobbled streets of Dublin, the sound of a jig drifting out of a cozy pub. Our immersion courses in Ireland run the gamut from 2 weeks to a full year. Go on an immersion course in Ireland and let yourself be enchanted. Want to know more? Have a look at our programs.

English immersion programs in Ireland

EF Language Year Abroad

16 + years
6, 9 or 11 months
Combine language and academic studies at a school abroad. Prepare for an official language exam and gain work experience.
Destination: Ireland
City: Dublin

EF Languages Abroad

10 - 14 years
2-24 weeks
Learn a language abroad on an individual, flexible-length course or in an all-inclusive group led by an EF Leader.
Destination: Ireland
City: Dublin

EF Languages Abroad

14 - 25 years
2-24 weeks
Learn a language faster at an accredited EF school. Choose from 10 languages in 50 destinations. Start any Monday.
Destination: Ireland
City: Dublin

EF Languages Abroad

25 + years
1-24 weeks
Boost your global career with personalised language courses in one of the world´s greatest cities. Designed for Adults and Professionals.
Destination: Ireland
City: Dublin

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Immersion course in Ireland

Studying English on an immersion course in Ireland makes a lot of sense. So many famous English-language authors and poets are Irish. Jonathan Swift who wrote Gulliver's Travels, Samuel Beckett, famous for his plays, and Bram Stoker, author of Dracula, were all Irish wordsmiths. So are the witty Oscar Wilde, poet William Butler Yeats, and James Joyce, who turned the literary world upside down with his experimental works like Ulysses and Finnegan's Wake. Ireland's literary history is deep and wide. On an immersion course in Ireland, you'll be able to drink as deeply of the English language as your thirst allows.

Living in Ireland

During your immersion course in Ireland, you can choose to stay with a host family. Participating in your host family's life will make you more familiar with the language and the culture. Whether you're sharing stories at teatime or swapping tall tales at the local pub, your English will benefit greatly. If you prefer to live with people your own age, you can choose to share an apartment or dorm room with other students from around the world. As you and your new friends explore Dublin, you'll understand what makes an immersion course in Ireland so different from an English course at home: this is the magic that Ireland will work on you.