Study English in the UK with MLI International Schools UK
MLI UK have a wide range of colleges to choose from to study the English language this summer.
Students can study English in Central London in Wembley near Wembley arena at the College of Northwest London. Student accommodation is close by in self catering apartments. You will be located within easy ready of Baker Street, it just takes 12 minutes on the tube to arrive at Baker Street. For more about our English Language Courses in London visit our website MLI International Schools UK or simply email us at email@example.com.
MLI UK have other locations across the UK in Lancaster, Blackpool, Chelmsford and Edinburgh.
Why not consider attending an English language course in Galway, Ireland. Galway is an amazing city, vibrant and full of history.
MLI International Schools hold their courses at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology. GMIT has thirty years of 3rd level experience has its largest of 5 campuses overlooking the Atlantic Ocean here on the Dublin Road, Galway. This scenic centre offers students a great location to learn English on the West Coast of Ireland. GMIT is a modern campus with refurbishment recently taking place providing a new canteen and student common spaces. Sports facilities on site also include an indoor hall for basketball, badminton, and volleyball as well as a gaelic games and soccer pitch. Within Glasán there is also a tennis court available for student use. For more information and images of GMIT please visit http://www.mli-group.com/gmit/
A brief history of Galway, Ireland
Eyre Square, Galway City Centre:
This is the centre of Galway and the pivot around which the city moves. The landhere was given to the city 1710 by Edward Eyre, then mayor of Galway. In 1965, the square was officially renamed “Kennedy Memorial Park” and there is a bust of J.F. Kennedy in the park. The square has undergone quite radical change in the last few years, a process that was not without its controversies. In truth any change to a place with such a central part in the life of a city would have been controversial and overall the outcome has been better than expected.
Lynch’s Castle & Shop
St Lynch’s Castle was once home to an important family, oneof the tribes, who supplied the city with more than 80 mayors between the 15th and 17th centuries. It now houses a branch of the AIB bank. The castle dates to the early 1300′ s, though the current building was mostly built in 1503, following a catastrophic fire in the original some years previously. Later it was extended and added to over the years, with the current doors added in the 1930′s. Inside the bank there are a series of panels which tell the story of the castle.
For more information on studying English in Ireland, please contact MLI Group by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and for information and details of our 2013-2014 International Schools Program, please contact Therese.
MLI International Schools Group Leaders will take you on a memorable trip through Trinity College Dublin. In the meantime you can read some historical information about Trinity College.
Ireland so it’s important to know: with seven universities – Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin, Dublin City University, University College Cork, University College Galway, University of Limerick , and National University of Ireland Maynooth. Several Institutes of Technology, DIT etc., and private colleges. Public college is mainly free. Lower income students get grants, wealthier families pay €2500 a year. Rivalry between Trinity and UCD . UCD is bigger but TCD is much older. UCD students refer to Trinity as “Pearse Street IT”. Walk around Parliament Square. Subjects in Trinity: Arts, languages, medicine, science, business, law, politics, maths. 15,000 students in TCD compared to 1,5000 in 1939. Scholars in Trinity: Around 300 students each year are awarded the title of scholar. After passing rigorous tests these student s are entitled to free accommodation, fees, and food. Old rules for scholars still in place but rarely acted upon. It is rumored that scholars can still be requested to man the walls of Trinity if it were to come under attack. Funny anecdote: In recent years, a scholar entered the dining hall in trinity and requested his complementary cup of wine he was entitled to during his exam period (as stated in old scholar rules). When he was refused he wrote to the dean
of his school. The dean replied apologising, and ensured he would be entitled to his cup of wine. The student turned up to the dining halls the next day to get his cup of wine. However, he was fined 100 euro for not wearing his sword (which is also stated in scholar rules). Students can walk around Parliament Square and the critically acclaimed BBC mini series “Ripper Street” was filmed here during 2012. This area of Trinity provided a great filming location for the period drama.
Trinity College Dublin hit national headlines as Trinny; the college’s cat went missing. A caretaker who had been looking after Trinny for the past three years was very upset. A massive online campaign and searches started immediately but the cat wasn’t found. Eventually Trinny turned up in Trinity three days later. Keep an eye out for Trinny the cat. Bring the group under the bell tower since none of them are doing TCD exams. Walk around to the science buildings and show them the garden there. Many will ask why there are opium plants growing there. Garden is there 300 years. Highly recommended is a group booking into the Science Gallery in Trinity. Free admission, although donations are welcome. The gallery is an interactive science education experience, food and gifts also available here. There is no set tour; student groups can spend as much as little time there. Students can be offered this instead of free time or if queue for Book of Kells is short. Only groundskeepers are allowed on the grass in Trinity. Trinity Ball is one of the most prestigious nights out in Dublin. Massive international acts play at the ball that has a strict black tie and ball gown dress code. Security is very tight at this event. Every room in every building is searched by security to ensure the campus is empty. Tickets are around €70 and sell out immediately.
For more information on our English summer courses for children in Ireland, simply email us at email@example.com or if you are planning the study in the United Kingdom, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website English Language Courses UK
For over 18 years MLI International Schools have been welcoming students from all International cultures and
backgrounds to our Spring, Autumn and Summer English Language Schools in both Ireland and the UK. It is with great pleasure to now welcome you to one of our MLI School Centres. Our aim is to provide a friendly, warm and welcoming learning environment for all of our students. All students no matter of their age, race, religion, gender or English level are treated equally. Our aim is to provide high quality facilities and courses that exceed the expectations and needs of all our students.
Study English in Ireland
We spend a lot of time in the planning of all our courses from deciding on the location of our centres, to our recruitment and syllabus development in order to ensure that your stay with us is a positive learning, fun and cultural environment for all of our students. You will have English classes 5 days a week and we expect all of our students to try their very best to work hard at improving their English . We also offer an activity programme which offers a choice of sports, drama, art and crafts, film nights, themed discos and many more different activities. You will also have a weeklyexcursion programme which will allow you to visit some of the famous tourist attractions in the area.
Remember to keep practicing your English outside the classroom too!!
Most importantly we hope you enjoy the MLI International Schools Ireland experience and meet new friends.
Please take time to read this handbook as it will help you prepare for your MLI experience.
If you have any questions all MLI employees are here to help.
For more information on our programmes for juniors in Ireland , please do not hesitate to contact us on email@example.com
Tips and useful information for students studying at MLI International Schools Ireland – Summer 2013.
Helful Information that you need to know before you begin your English Language Courses in Ireland.
What documents do I need? For entry into Ireland and the United Kingdom, you will
need a valid passport issued by your own country or a national identity card if your are
from EU country. A special visa is required for some nationalities. Please check
the regulations when you make your travel arrangements. Do I need medical
and General insurance? Yes. Unless you are from an EU country, or a country which
has a health agree ment with Ireland or the United Kingdom, you will need medical insurance.
The MLI Centre Manager should be informed directly by any student who becomes ill.
Do I need to bring a lot of Pocket Money?
You do not need a lot of pocket money. You will only need
money for snacks, drinks, souvenirs and shopping.
MLI International Schools accepts no responsibility
for any loss of money, valuables or personal belongings brought
into or kept in a student’s room, residence or the complex.
What clothes do I need when attending English language schools in Dublin –
Apart from everyday clothes and personal wash kit, you
should remember to pack a warm jumper or two, a rain
jacket, swimming costume and maybe some old clothes
(for messy games). In the United Kingdom and Ireland the
weather changes all the time and you MUST have clothing
for cold and wet weather. You might want to bring some
smarter clothes too for special occasions. Don,t forget to
bring towels and an international power adaptor.
What will the weather be like when I’m there? We suggest looking at the
weather forecast for the time of your stay but keep in mind that temperatures will never
get too high and prepare for rain! Will I be able to use my mobile phone?
Mobile phones are the most convenient way of communicating but they can also be expensive.
Use of prepaid phone cards (bought at newsagent shop) for international calls
charges your mobile phone at a local rate and this may be cheaper than making the international
call directly on your mobile. Calls to the following numbers can be made if you need
help • 100 for the Operator (if you are having problems getting through
to the number you have dialled) • 999 Emergency (for fire, police or ambulance)
• Telephone rates within the UK and Ireland are cheaper when made between 1800 hours and 0600.
The Team @ MLI International English Language Schools Dublin, Ireland
MLI Group English Language
Courses for junior studens in Dublin Ireland
MLI International Schools Dublin is a leading provider of junior residential summer programmes in Ireland and the UK.
MLI Ireland offers a wide range of junior residential programmes and host family programmes in various parts of the country, with four centres in Dublin and over eight centres around the country, including: Galway and Limerick. MLI English Language Schools UK offers 3 junior centres located at New Hall School, Essex, The University of the West of England, Bristol and Queen Margaret University.
For all our junior students we combine a first class programme of teaching and a fully supervised and well-designed sports and social programme. Excursions are an important part of every MLI course and gives the students the opportunity to visit places of historical and cultural interest in Ireland and the UK.
Students come to MLI International Schools from all over the world. Our friendly and professional teachers encourage our students to learn quickly and effectively in a relaxed, fun environment. Like thousands of former students you will make many new friends at an MLI summer course. MLI International Schools provides a highly experienced High School Programme, which gives international students the opportunity to study at an Irish High School. Our programme is open to students aged 12 to 18 and is available at a number of High Schools in Dublin, the surrounding area and throughout Ireland. Students have the option of studying for a full academic year (Sep-June), 2 terms (Sep-Mar/Apr or Jan-June) or 1 term only (Sep-Dec, Jan-Mar/Apr or Mar/Apr-June).
The MLI team has a wealth of expertise and experience in placing students in Irish schools; we offer the best advice, training and support, from the pre-application stage to the end of the student’s stay. All MLI High Schools have been chosen for their quality, reputation and high standards.
Teaching English as a Foreign Language, High School Programmes, Junior Summer Vacation Courses, ACELS Recognised, British Council Accredited, Member of MEI.