Explore and develop our teaching methods


The programme includes a series of dynamic, participatory workshops using a wide range of interactive teaching methods.


Duration: 01 week
Starts: 17th to 21st July 17
Levels: minimum level of Upper Intermediate
Workload: 20 hours per week
Class times: 8.50am to 12.50pm or 13.30pm to 17.30pm
Class size: maximum 15
17th to 21st July 17
The program fee is €575 per person, with a registration fee of €65


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Extra classes and social programme

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University´s Facilities access

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Course certificate

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DCULS student card

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Free Wi-fi

What will this course offer you?

  • To develop your language skills for the purpose of teaching through English in a third-level education environment.
  • To help you support students develop critical thinking skills and metacognitive skills.
  • To improve your use of English in academic environments and contexts.
  • To build on your Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency.
  • To help improve your Cognitive Obligatory Language which includes vocabulary, grammar and functions specific to the academic subject.

Who should attend this programme?

The course is designed for participants who are:
  • This course is designed for university teaching staff who have a functional level of English but whose first language is not English.
  • It is suited to lecturers who teach academic disciplines through the medium of English and whose students may come from a range of linguistic and cultural backgrounds.


Find out more in our FAQs, click here.

How Can I Book a Course?

To apply for a course, please complete our online application form here .Once received, our Registration Officer will contact you to confirm your programme and arrange payment.

What types of accommodation can you arrange for me?

We have different categories of accommodation to suit all preferences. Please have a look at the accommodation section on our website for an overview.

Where is Ireland and Dublin Located?

Ireland is an island nation, located beside the United Kingdom in north-west Europe. Ireland has a population of 4.7 million people, of which 1.3 million live in the region of Dublin, the capital city.


Flexible Accommodation Options including staying with an Irish family.