About the courseThe language centre offers full-time summer courses in general English, exam preparation and business English. The general English courses are from pre-intermediate (A2) level to proficiency (C2). One-to-one tuition is also available. The maximum number of students in a class is 15. Students may register for our summer school for a minimum of two weeks or up to a maximum of ten weeks, starting on any Monday. In addition to your English classes we include a cultural social programme which offers excursions, visits, lectures and evening activities. Last year students visited a range of local attractions which included Blarney Castle, Cork City Gaol, Fota House, Mitchelstown Caves as well as attending events including quiz and bingo nights.
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