Teach English and explore Europe whilst experiencing its diverse cultures
1 – 3 weeks
(*Includes €50 refundable deposit, claimed on successful completion)
120 Hour Advanced TEFL Course
Observed teaching practice (up to 200 hours)
City pick-up & transfers
3 meals a day
Ongoing in-country support
*€50 refundable deposit applies to three-week program only.
TIP You don’t need to be degree qualified or have a previous teaching experience to apply for this experience.
While teaching in Ireland you’ll be based in Dublin. Historic walking tours, Viking boat trips, famous bars and restaurants as well as the fantastic shopping culture means you’ll be kept busy during your stay.
Ireland is soon to be the only native English speaking in Europe, so where better to teach English? Ireland is fast becoming a tech hub for multinational companies.
The capital, Dublin, is extremely important for tourism, education and economic development. Ireland’s vibrant and multicultural cities mean there is now more demand for qualified TEFL teachers than ever.
While in Ireland you’ll make your TEFL resume extremely competitive by gaining up to 65 hours of English teaching practice each week.
Give yourself the time to really experience what Ireland has to offer before or after you spend one to three weeks teaching young learners.
Why not spend an extra week exploring the world-renowned Wild Atlantic Way or the Ancient East of the country.
Medieval Dublin Castle, The Book of Kells at Trinity College Dublin and the Guinness Storehouse, Ireland will prove to be an interesting adventure. Dublin is cooking up a storm, make sure you do a food tour to best experience the varied traditional meals on option. If that’s not your “cup of tea” you’re sure to find something to suit your taste at one of the cities 5* hotels traditional afternoon tea parties, make sure to check out the Spa while you’re there.
As you move your way along the breathtaking WIld Atlantic Way stop off at all the authentic rural pubs where you’ll experience traditional Irish music, dancing and festivals. You’ll recognize scenes from blockbuster movies such as The Cliffs of Moher in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Skellig Michael from Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
If you decide to travel south the Jameson Experience in County Cork is a must do on your trip, the infamous whiskey distillery is set in the heart of Midleton town. A short journey from the east is the ancient seaside town of Youghal, steeped in history, with miles of sandy beaches and seafood eateries, it’s a great spot for some fresh sea air.
All this and more unique cultural experiences await you in Ireland. Apply today and start planning your TEFL adventure in Europe.