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Find out more about MLA’s summer camp in Ireland

Find out more about MLA’s summer camp in Ireland

Are you thinking about studying English in Ireland this summer? Taking a language programme as part of a summer camp in Ireland is always a lot of fun and a great adventure. The all-inclusive MLA summer camps for the English language in Ireland include everything you need to have a unique experience of studying abroad in one of Europe’s greatest countries.

With small classes (maximum 15 students) you will have great English classes, as well as excursions and social activities to places and sights in Ireland when not in class.

Being able to choose from 2 to 6 weeks, you will have the opportunity to learn English with a focus on sports activities, regardless of the type of English course you will take. You can choose sports activities that are offered at least 2 times a week which can be a mix of different sports or something more specific like golf, tennis, horse riding or badminton.

With Mackdonald Language Academy you can choose to do the summer camp program in 3 cities in Ireland. Here is some information about each:

Kilkenny

This destination is for students 12 to 17 years of age who want to have the experience of living in a family home during their exchange in Ireland. Located only 1-hour from Dublin, Kilkenny has everything Ireland has to offer.

With plenty of natural beauty, the city also boasts beautiful buildings, not to mention the main attraction, Kilkenny Castle. Kilkenny is a busy city both day and night, with pubs, cafes, restaurants, galleries and shops. Kilkenny which was named medieval capital of Ireland in the 13th century also has lots of local history to be explored.

Waterford

This destination is for students 10 to 17 years old who wish to live with other international students in a dormitory on campus and who want to practice sports every day.

The oldest city in Ireland, Waterford is near the sea, built on the banks of the River Suir. The river runs through the town of Waterford which is a quiet and peaceful city with its narrow streets, medieval architecture and spaces filled with restaurants and shops.

Dublin

The capital is a destination for students 16+ years of age and who want to live with other international students on campus.

Dublin has the youngest population of any European city and so is one of the most attractive and vibrant in Europe with many tourist and cultural attractions. Dublin is a bustling city with something to do day and night.



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