TLG is excited to welcome you to Dublin to study at the IBAT College Dublin English Language School.

TLG is excited to welcome you to Dublin to study at the IBAT College Dublin English Language School. You can choose to study mornings or afternoons at one of its city centre locations; the Wellington Quay campus in the heart of Temple Bar - the city’s cultural quarter - or the newly opened Dawson Street campus, minutes away from Dublin’s main shopping thoroughfare, Grafton Street, and Saint Stephen’s Green.

Excellent rail, bus and tram links ensure ease of access across Dublin and beyond.
In Dublin there is much more to the English Language learning experience than just the classroom.  As part of your programme students are invited to take partake in a wide range of organised social activities.  Our social programme is your chance to socialise, network and practice your spoken English – you will learn while enjoying Ireland’s world-famous attractions.

Week day activities are usually based in Dublin or the surrounding area while day trips and excursions on Saturday are organised throughout Dublin as well the island of Ireland.
Teaching methods

Through team work and discussions in the classroom, students will be exposed to different techniques and teaching methods based on the communicative approach. Our experienced teachers adapt each class depending on the needs and aspirations of students.

Flexible learning options

The Language Gallery has designed a unique curriculum based on the Common European Framework, which allows students to choose programs 15, 20, 25 or 30 hours a week. Students may change classes at any given week. We cover all levels of English and our schedules offer maximum flexibility, with classes in the morning or afternoon.

International environment

We welcome students from over 40 nationalities, creating a unique international atmosphere. Our students meet and interact with their peers while learning to adapt to different cultures, accents and communication styles.



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