Dear students, with this article I want to speak with you. If you are looking for an English course abroad and your ideal destination is Dublin, so I have the school for you. The CES (Centre of English Studies) is present in Dublin, London, Oxford, Worthing and Leeds. For LanguageBookings I work to help students find the best school and the course that they needs. In the Irish capital I lived my personal experience at CES, for two weeks I attended an English course 20 hours per week. Now I would like to tell you a little about how was my experience, my feelings, my emotions, and give you some advice that I hope will be helpful.
The first day is always a mixture of emotions, like the first day of school when you have to know the others schoolmates yet, but the idea of making new friends is very exciting. Start an English course abroad also means meeting new people from all over the world with very different stories. Perfumes and different accents mingle and come together when you start to speaking in the only language that it is "granted" English, of course! Ready to start on Monday with an English test in a modern building in Dublin 2, in the heart of the capital. After the English test to find out what level you can attend, there is the ritual presentation from the Principal (very kind and friendly). The school gives students a package with student book, news magazines of the city, a map and a schedule of weekly activities. Every afternoon and evening there are many activities such as visiting Guinness museum, or go all together to hear great live music in a pub in the center and enjoy a good pint of beer.
About the first day, after the test you will start with the lessons, which in my case they were divided into two hours of grammar and vocabulary with a teacher, while the others two hours focused on listening, pronunciation and conversation with another teacher. Education level is very high, the first week I was in a class of six students and we could work much more deeply touching all of the aspects of the language. If your teachers will be Stuart and Kate, you can keep quite, they are a very rare talent. In any case, the quality of teaching at CES is very high, many students from others classes confirmed me that. My friend Augustin, who is attending a preparation course for the IELTS official examination told me about your class. "There are often exam simulations and the teachers are very demanding to encourage students to get the best result for them."
I also liked school sometimes offers free classes during the afternoon, a really good opportunity for those who want to stay at school in the afternoon as well. So, the experience at CES in Dublin
was definitely great and I can strongly reccomend this school to everyone. If you have any question, please feel free to contact me.