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Emerald Cultural Institute

국     가 : 아일랜드 지     역 : Republic of Ireland
전화번호 : +353 1 4973361 팩스번호 : +353 1 4975008
주     소 : 10 Palmerston Park, Rathgar, Dublin 6
홈페이지 : http://www.eci.ie/home.aspx

학교정보 | Introduce

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학교설명 The Emerald Cultural Institute has had over twenty-five years of experience in providing quality language, professional development and cultural programmes to groups and individuals of all ages and from more than 50 countries worldwide.

As learners' needs changed, we developed a sophisticated range of courses to meet those needs; academic year programmes, university pathway and examination preparation courses, tailor-made specialised programmes for groups and individuals, blended learning and in-service courses for teachers, training through English.


We bring energy and enthusiasm in responding to the new reality that is international education today and to developing suitable programmes across a broad spectrum. We also provide expert training in a variety of different locations so that clients can choose the type of programme and the location that best meets their needs. We remain committed to an ongoing evaluation of what we do in response to the constantly-evolving world of international education, without ever losing sight of the fact that it is the individual learner who is at the centre of what we provide.


Learning a language offers a new perspective on the world and on life and we are proud to be part of that experience.
학교특징 Palmerston Park

Our headquarters are located at No. 10 Palmerston Park, a prime
residential district within easy reach of Dublin City centre. Set in
its own gardens, and overlooking the beautiful Palmerston Park,
it offers students the chance to study English in a peaceful and
stress-free environment with the city centre a 6-minute tram
journey away. The original school building is a gracious Victorian
mansion and we have enriched the campus by adding a specially
designed modern building with additional classrooms and a
large serviced canteen.
도시설명 Dublin
Dublin, the capital city of Ireland, has a rich and varied history spanning more than a thousand years.
This lively and bustling city has plenty to offer visitors by way of culture, visitor attractions and entertainment.
Students participating in our social programme have the opportunity to explore Dublin and learn more about our
rich heritage in history, music and literature. The city’s excellent museums, galleries and attractions provide
visitors with opportunities to experience first-hand our Irish culture and history.
Dublin is proud of its many theatres and has strong literary and musical traditions.
It prides itself on being a musical city, which has produced such famous acts as U2 and the Dubliners.
Across the city our world famous pubs are an important part of our culture providing students with excellent opportunities
to enjoy our traditional Irish music and dancing. With excellent transport links by train or bus, Dublin is a perfect base from which to
explore the renowned scenic areas of Galway, Cork, Kerry and Sligo.
학교시설 Twenty-four classrooms
Language Laboratory
Multi-media centre
Self-Access Library
Internet and E-mail Facilities
Wi-Fi
Reading room and Study Space
Private Landscaped Garden
Large Serviced Canteen
기후조건 섬이 많은 멕시코만류의 영향을 받는 아일랜드의 기후는 온화한 편입니다.
겨울에도 기온이 영하로 떨어지는 일이 거의 없으며, 눈이 내리는 날은 매우 드문 편입니다.

12월에서 2월 사이가 가장 춥고 비가 많이 오는 계절이지만, 평균 기온은4-7도 정도됩니다.
7-8월이 가장 기온이 높이 올라가지만 14-16도의 날씨가 일반적이고, 22도 이상으로 올라갈 때는 드문 편입니다.

프로그램 | PROGRAM

Intensive Course
The Intensive Course is specially programmed to improve communication skills in spoken and written English


The Intensive Course covers the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing and is specially programmed to improve communication skills in spoken and written English.
Classes are held in the mornings and the timetable for our Intensive Course is ideal for students who want free time to join in our social programme, spend time with their friends or work on a part-time basis. Students who want to do private study in the afternoons can avail of the help of our tutors in the language laboratory or use the multi-media facilities in our main school.




The Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
City-centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Social & Cultural Programme
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school
The Programme fee does not include course textbooks

There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Course Code GEN1
Locations Ireland
Dates
Starts every Monday; fixed dates for Beginners. Minimum duration 2 weeks
Hours
20 hours of group tuition per week 09.00-11.00 and 11.15-13.15 daily Monday to Friday
No. of Students
Maximum of 14 students per group class (average 10)
Age Group
18 and over
Levels
All levels from Beginner (CEFR A1) to Advanced (CEFR C2) N.B. Fixed starting dates for Beginners’ Courses
Summary of activities
Students are entitled to join our complementary social programme during afternoons and weekends – full details available from our Student Welfare Office
Combined Course
The Combined Course is designed to provide a thorough knowledge of general English combined with a focus on particular areas of interest or priority for the individual student.


Students participating in our Combined Course follow the morning programme of the Intensive Course with an additional five hours of individual tuition per week. This course has the advantage of combining the possibility of working in a group with personal tuition in the afternoon. Students can decide with their teacher which area of specific interest they want to concentrate on in the individual lessons. The timetable is flexible and may be agreed with the teacher to allow some free afternoons for participation in the social programme offered by the school.





The Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
City-centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Social & Cultural Programme
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school

The Programme fee does not include course textbooks

There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Course Code GEN2
Locations Ireland
Dates
Starts every Monday; fixed dates for Beginners. Minimum duration 2 weeks
Hours
20 hours of group tuition plus 5 hours of one-on-one tuition in the afternoons. 09.00-11.00 and 11.15-13.15 daily Monday to Friday, plus one additional hour each afternoon
No. of Students
Maximum of 14 students per group class (average 10)
Age Group
18 and over
Levels
All levels from Beginner (CEFR A1) to Advanced (CEFR C2) N.B. Fixed starting dates for Beginners’ Courses
Summary of activities
Students are entitled to join our complementary social programme during afternoons and weekends – full details available from our Student Welfare Office
Individual Tuition
This course is tailor-made to suit the individual needs of any student who wishes to work on specific areas of language development


For individual tuition a tailor-made course is provided to suit the exact needs of the student. It is also suitable for students who have limited time at their disposal. Students who choose this course can work with as many as three different teachers a day, focusing on specific points in each lesson. The course programme may be agreed in advance of the course or with the course tutor on the first day. For individuals who require very intensive language training we can arrange extra lessons during the evenings and weekends.



The Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
City-centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Social & Cultural Programme
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school

The Programme fee does not include course textbooks

There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Course Code GEN3
Locations Ireland
USA
Dates
Available all year round; Minimum duration 1 week
Hours
Flexible timetable; up to 6 hours per day of private tuition
Age Group
18 and over
Levels
All levels from Beginner to Advanced
Summary of activities
Students are entitled to join our complementary social programme during afternoons and weekends – full details available from our Student Welfare Office
Intensive Plus
The Intensive Plus course is designed for students who wish to supplement their General English Course with extra conversation classes in small groups in the afternoons


This course is designed to improve fluency in English. Students can develop their language skills in the morning lessons and put them into practice in the afternoon. The afternoon conversation classes are available at three levels, starting from pre-intermediate and cover a wide range of topics of discussion. The classes are smaller than in the morning courses, helping to generate meaningful discussion within the group. Teachers concentrate on vocabulary and idiomatic language, leading to more natural English speech.

The Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
City-centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Social & Cultural Programme
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school

The Programme fee does not include course textbooks

There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Course Code GEN4
Locations Ireland
Dates
Starts every Monday Minimum duration 2 weeks
Hours
20 hours of group tuition a week plus 6 hours of conversation classes in the afternoons 09.00-11.00 and 11.15-13.15 daily Monday to Friday 14.15-16.15 daily Tuesday to Thursday
No. of Students
Maximum of 14 students in morning lessons. Maximum of 8 students in afternoon lessons.
Age Group
18 and over
Levels
Available at three levels starting from pre-intermediate (CEFR A2)
Summary of activities
Students are entitled to join our complementary social programme during afternoons and weekends – full details available from our Student Welfare Office
Examination Course
The Examination Course is designed to prepare students for one of the following examinations:
Cambridge (First Certificate, Advanced Certificate, Certificate of Proficiency) and IELTS


Choosing an internationally recognised examination is an ideal way for students to certify their English Language level. Our Examination Courses provide students with expert teachers who have a proven success record in preparing students for the Cambridge and IELTS exams.

Cambridge Examination Dates:


First Certificate in English (FCE)


2013

March: Saturday 9th
June: Saturday 8th, Tuesday 11th
August: Thursday 22rd
December: Tuesday 3rd, Saturday 7th

Certificate in Advanced English (CAE)

2013

March: Saturday 16th
June: Saturday 8th, Wednesday 12th
December: Wednesday 4th, Saturday 14th




The Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
Additional preparation and practice sessions in the period leading up to the examination dates
City-centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Social & Cultural Programme
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school

The Programme fee does not include the examination fee or course textbooks

There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Course Code GEN 5
Locations Ireland
Dates
First Certificate (FCE): 2013 - 7th January, 19th March, 15th July, 16th September; Certificate in Advanced English (CAE): 2013 - 7th January, 19th March, 16th September.
Hours
20 hours of group tuition per week 09.00-11.00 and 11.15-13.15 daily Monday to Friday Minimum duration 4 weeks
No. of Students
Maximum of 14 students (average 9) Courses will only run with a minimum number of participants
Age Group
18 and over
Levels
Minimum level of good intermediate required (CEFR B1-B2) subject to entrance test
Summary of activities
Students are entitled to join our complementary social programme during afternoons and weekends – full details available from our Student Welfare Office
Intensive plus Examination Preparation
The Intensive Plus Examination Preparation is for students who wish to supplement their General English Course with extra classes to prepare for the TOEFL or IELTS examination


Our Intensive Plus Examination programmes are designed to help students achieve the best possible results in their chosen English exam. This course prepares students for the following internationally recognised examinations:

TOEFL, the Test of English as a Foreign Language is the most common requirement for American university and college entry.
IELTS, the International English Language Testing system is required for admission to universities around the world and is an important English language qualification for access to universities and colleges in Britain and Ireland.

The course content focuses on developing examination techniques in the four skills of writing, speaking, listening and reading. Participants will complete regular practice tests, develop examination skills and learn how to effectively answer all sections of the test.
The Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
City-centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Social & Cultural Programme
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school

The Programme fee does not include the examination fee or course textbooks

There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Course Code GEN6
Locations Ireland
Dates
IELTS Afternoon Option 2013 will run year-round; TOEFL 2013 (4 weeks) – February 4th, April 1st, July 1st, October 7th
Hours
20 hours a week of General English plus 6 hours of exam-specific preparation classes in the afternoons 09.00-11.00 and 11.15-13.15 daily Monday to Friday 14.15-16.15 daily Tuesday to Thursday
No. of Students
Maximum of 14 students in morning lessons Maximum of 8 students in afternoon lessons
Age Group
18 and over
Levels
Minimum level of good intermediate (CEFR B1-B2) required
Summary of activities
Students are entitled to join our complementary social programme during afternoons and weekends – full details available from our Student Welfare Office
Intensive plus Business
Ideal for those working or studying within the realm of business. Our Intensive Plus Business Programme allows students to improve their general English skills while complementing this with business- focused afternoon sessions


This Intensive Business English course combines morning lessons in general English with afternoon lessons focusing specifically on developing language skills within the context of the world of business. Topics covered include the language of meetings, negotiations and presentations, concepts involved in marketing, sales and advertising and techniques for telephoning and e-communication. The smaller afternoon groups allow for more interaction among participants.

The Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
City centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school

There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Course Code GEN7
Locations Ireland
Dates
Starts every Monday. Minimum duration 2 weeks.
Hours
20 hours of group tuition a week plus 6 hours of Business English tuition per week in the afternoons.
No. of Students
Maximum 14 students in the morning lessons (average 9), Maximum class size 6 students in the afternoon lessons.
Age Group
For students aged 21 and over.
Levels
Students with a good intermediate level of English (CEFR B1-B2) and an academic or practical business background.
Summary of activities
A social and cultural programme on some afternoons and evenings is provided by the school.
Intensive plus English for Academic Purposes
This course is specially designed to help students preparing to join an English Speaking University




English for Academic Purposes provides participants who already have a good level of English with the additional techniques and skills needed for academic study through English. Significant instruction time is dedicated to developing academic English reading, writing, grammar, listening, speaking and vocabulary skills.

Topics covered include: participating in tutorials and seminars; Academic listening and note-taking; Giving presentations; Academic Writings skills for essays, reports and reviews; Examination Techniques; Academic Reading skills and Critical thinking.


The Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
City-centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Social & Cultural Programme
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school

The Programme fee does not include course textbooks

There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Course Code GEN8
Locations Ireland
Dates
2013 - January 14, May 13, August 19, November 4; Minimum duration 6 weeks
Hours
20 hours of group tuition a week plus 6 afternoon hours per week of English for Academic Purposes 09.00-11.00 and 11.15-13.15 daily Monday to Friday 14.15-16.15 daily Tuesday to Thursday
No. of Students
Maximum of 14 students in morning lessons; Maximum of 8 students in afternoon lessons
Age Group
18 and over
Levels
Minimum level of upper-intermediate (CEFR B2) required
Summary of activities
Students are entitled to join our complementary social programme during afternoons and weekends – full details available from our Student Welfare Office
Academic Year Programme
This programme is designed for students wishing to study for an extended period. It is ideal for those planning to enter third-level education or those who need to develop their language skills for the workplace


Students who join us for an Academic Year can choose from a wide range of courses including General Intensive English, Conversation classes, Business English, Academic English and Exam Preparation Courses. The Academic Year can be structured to suit each individual’s requirements and the Director of Studies will design a suitable study path based on your level, needs and aims.


The Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
Additional preparation and practice sessions in the period leading up to the Cambridge examination dates
City-centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school
Social & Cultural Programme


The Programme fee does not include the examination fee or course textbooks

There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Course Code AYP1 / AYP2 / AYP3
Locations Ireland
Dates
Starts every Monday; Minimum duration 25 weeks. Examination options are available on fixed dates
Hours
Choice of 20 or 26 hour programme or combination of both
No. of Students
Maximum of 14 students in morning classes. Maximum of 8 students in afternoon group lessons. Examination preparation classes require minimum numbers
Age Group
18 and over
Levels
All levels from pre-intermediate (CEFR A2) to advanced (CEFR C2) Beginners’ course available on fixed dates only
Summary of activities
Students are entitled to join our complementary social programme during afternoons and weekends – full details available from our Student Welfare Office
Intensive plus Business
Ideal for those working or studying within the realm of business. Our Intensive Plus Business Programme allows students to improve their general English skills while complementing this with business-focused afternoon sessions


This Intensive Business English course combines morning lessons in general English with afternoon lessons focusing specifically on developing language skills within the context of the world of business. Topics covered include the language of meetings, negotiations and presentations, concepts involved in marketing, sales and advertising and techniques for telephoning and e-communication. The smaller afternoon groups allow for more interaction among participants.

The Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
City centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school

The Programme fee does not include course textbooks

There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Course Code GEN7
Locations Ireland
Dates
Starts every Monday. Minimum duration 2 weeks
Hours
20 hours of group tuition a week plus 6 hours of Business English tuition per week in the afternoons.
No. of Students
Maximum 14 students in the morning lessons (average 9), Maximum class size 6 students in the afternoon lessons.
Age Group
21 and over
Levels
Students with a good intermediate level of English (CEFR B1-B2) and an academic or practical business background.
Summary of activities
A social and cultural programme on some afternoons and evenings is provided by the school
Personal Intensive Course
A course which focuses on the needs of the specific individual. The schedule can be tailor-made to ensure that students maximise their time at the Emerald


This course is designed for the professional who wishes to concentrate on a particular area or who would like to make the maximum amount of progress in the period available. The course is tailor-made to suit the exact requirements of the client and all participants are asked to complete a Needs’ Analysis prior to their arrival.

The Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
City centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school

There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Course Code SPC1
Locations Ireland
USA
Dates
Starts every Monday. Minimum duration 1 week.
Hours
30 hours of individual tuition per week. Flexible timetable, which can be agreed with our Director of Studies.
No. of Students
Individual Lessons
Age Group
For students aged 21 and over.
Levels
All Levels from beginner (CEFR A1) to advanced (CEFR C2)
Summary of activities
Guided and tutor-accompanied activities can be arranged.
English for Executives & Professionals
This course is tailored to the needs of Executives and Business Professionals, who wish to maximize their exposure to the English language and hone their skills in Business English within a very limited period


This small-group course has been specially structured and designed for participants from a business or professional background who require knowledge of English for their work and who wish to increase their language and communication skills in an intensive programme. With a maximum class size of five, participants are assured of personal attention from course tutors.

The content of the course includes simulated discussions and business meetings, telephone conversations, negotiations, report writing, problem solving and role-plays. On completion of the course participants should be able to speak English more confidently in business, professional and social situations.


The Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
City centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school


There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Course Code SPC2
Locations Ireland
Dates
2013: January 7th, February 4th, March 4th, April 8th, May 13th, June 10th, September 2nd, October 7th, November 4th, December 2nd
Hours
25 hours of specialised tuition per week from Monday - Friday
No. of Students
5 (maximum)
Age Group
For students aged 21 and over.
Levels
Good Intermediate Level (CEFR B1) (minimum)
Summary of activities
Guided and tutor-accompanied activities can be arranged. Lunch with tutor to maximise English-language speaking opportunities.
Intensive Combined Course
Combining international group classes in the morning with individual tuition in the afternoon, our Intensive Combined Course allows students to have the best of both worlds!


This course offers a mix of group and individual classes and makes the full use of the limited time available during a short stay. Clients have the benefit of studying in general international group classes in the morning and can use their individual hours of tuition to concentrate on specific areas of interest.

The Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
City centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school

There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Course Code SPC3
Locations Ireland
Dates
Starts every Monday morning
Hours
20 hours of group tuition a week plus 10 hours of specialised individual tuition.
No. of Students
Maximum class size 14 students (average 9), individual lessons in the afternoon.
Age Group
18 and over.
Levels
All levels from Beginner to Advanced (CEFR A1- CEFR C2). Beginners’ courses only available on fixed dates
Summary of activities
Guided and tutor-accompanied activities can be arranged at additional cost.
Training Through English
This is a group programme in which the timetable and content of the course focuses on the group’s specific profession and is designed to match clients’ needs


This tailor-made programme is available for groups only and offers participants a mix of General English tuition with training for their specific profession conducted through the English language in the afternoon. Our full-time staff is complemented by experts from the Irish professional scene who are invited to lecture in the Institute and we can organise visits to Irish companies involved in the particular field.


The professions for which this course is available include: Law, Medicine, Information Technology, Engineering, Banking, Finance, Journalism, Management, Aviation, Green Economy, Military and Tourism.


The Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
City centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Social & Cultural Programme
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school
There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Course Code SPC4
Locations Ireland
USA
Dates
Closed Groups only, on pre-arranged dates
Hours
The hours and content of the course is designed to match clients’ needs and programmes are tailor-made to deliver a programme that meets the client’s exact requirements.
No. of Students
Dependent on group quotation.
Age Group
For students aged 18 and over.
Levels
We can cater for a variety of levels from Intermediate (CEFR B1) to Advanced (CEFR C2).
Summary of activities
Guided tours and a full activity programme can be arranged.
English & Internship Programme
The Internship Programme is open to European Union students with at least an intermediate level of English. The course offers an initial study period at the Emerald Cultural Institute followed by an unpaid work experience placement in a company


The internship allow the student to gain experience not only in a chosen field but also of working in an English-speaking environment.

This course caters for all students and interests and combines a minimum of four weeks’ language study with between six weeks and six months of hands-on work experience.
The Emerald Cultural Institute works with partner organisations who are specialised in the area of recruitment to find internship placements for our students in internationally recognised companies as well as national and European organisations. We provide course participants with a range of working possibilities including:


Sample sectors:
Business (financial services, IT and telecoms, marketing, consulting, hospitality, food, travel, fashion, retail)
Media/arts/literature (newspapers, magazines, publishing, film, TV, music radio, theatre, museums, galleries, resource centres)
PR/advertising (advertising agencies, PR agencies, in-house press offices, event planning), Politics/law/NGOs.

The Language Programme fee includes:

Tuition (60 minutes per lesson)
Supplementary course materials
City centre orientation
Diploma on completion of course
Welcome Kit with guides and maps
Social & Cultural Programme
Use of multi-media lab / self-access library / free wi-fi in our main school

There is an additional Course Registration Fee payable on all course bookings

Please Note: we charge an Internship placement Fee

Course Code EngInt
Locations Ireland
Age Group
Minimum age 21
Levels
Minimum level of good intermediate (CEFR B1-B2) required
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