Established in 2008, English Language Academy (ELA Ireland) is a great place to study and meet new people.
We are recognised by the Irish Department of Education and NQAI/ACELS for the teaching of English as a foreign language and accredited by FETAC (Further Education and Training Council), and CTH (Confederation of Tourism and Hospitality), as a provider of vocational and professional courses. ELA is a multicultural institute with many nationalities represented in the student population. We offer high quality teaching and excellent learning facilities with support and guidance from our friendly administration and welfare staff.
The College is situated in the heart of Dublin city, in a modern accessible campus, with easy access to all the social and cultural amenities that the capital of Ireland has to offer. All ELA Ireland courses are accredited by nationally and internationally recognised professional and examination bodies. Benchmarked qualifications provide employers with objective validation of skills, knowledge and capabilities acquired and assure our graduates of the quality of delivery and value of each of our courses. At ELA, we take pride in delivering quality educational programmes, using a dynamic approach that responds to student interests, as well as new global developments in technology and thinking. In all of our programme offerings, we encourage our students to be active participants in their educational experience. We teach fundamental skills in a way that engages students to learn and which inspires creativity and confidence. Since our inception, we have been developing and refining our teaching methods, and they have proven successful with many students from all over the world.
Dublin is a melting pot of different cultures and influences, where generations of tradition and history sit side-by-side with the modern and the futuristic, so something new and exciting is bound to be happening. Every day is a new day in the city just waiting for you! Whatever your interests you can be sure that Dublin has something for you. Dublin is steeped in history. The city has a rich cultural and literary heritage. Many famous writers and poets hail from the capital city including James Joyce, W.B. Yeats, Brendan Behan and Samuel Beckett. Dublin is also home to many musical greats including Bono and U2, Phil Lynott & Thin Lizzy, The Chieftains, The Dubliner's and is the city that first hosted Michael Flatley's "Riverdance".