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Mary Immaculate College Limerick

Students begin lessons at  9.30am and the first part of the morning is dedicated to grammar and writing skills. Following the morning break the emphasis is on developing oral and aural skills and involves the use of role play, drama and . A comprehensive programme of sports and leisure activities in the afternoon and evenings keeps students busy from breakfast to bedtime.

All Students are required to do projectwork and complete an oral presentation in English of their work at the end of their stay. Prizes for speaking English at the weekly awards ceremony help  students to remain motivated and encourages the students in a fun and supportive environment.

Features: 
Age: 12-17
Dates: tba
Courses: Junior English plus Activities
Accommodation: Residential and Homestay (note Residence programme comprises 6 evening activities each week)

 

Why study English at Mary Immaculate College?

Modern attractive campus in a superb location with excellent facilities and a welcoming friendly atmosphere.

Approximately 10 minutes walking distance from Limerick city centre providing easy access to the many social and cultural amenities of this historic city.

Limerick city was founded by Viking settlers in the 10th century and is regarded as the cultural capital of the Shannon region with a host of museums, castles, art galleries, theatres and lively shops and restaurants all on its doorstep. Limerick is Ireland’s third largest city and is renowned got its strong sporting tradition, literary significance and ancient history.

Excellent Facilities include:

  • Volleyball Courts
  • Badminton Courts
  • Indoor Soccer
  • Table Tennis
  • Fully Equipped Gymnasium
  • Dance Studio
  • Outdoor Floodlit Pitches
  • Tennis Courts
  • Astro Turf running track and pitches
  • Concert Hall
  • Restaurant
  • Recreational student lounges
Accommodation: 

Residence

The student Residence comprises of single and twin-bedded  rooms with shared bathroom facilities,. Single ensuite rooms are available on request. Meals are taken in the university restaurant.

Homestay

Our carefully chosen Host families are within walking distance or a short commute by public transport. Students have breakfast and evening meal with the family and a packed lunch is provided which can be taken at the school. All our Host families have been collaborating with us for many years and we have an excellent relationship with them.

Activities, Trips and Visits: 
  • Basketball
  • Socccer
  • Film Club
  • Cookery
  • Table tennis
  • Talent Competition
  • Karoke
  • Quiz Night
  • Treasure Hunts
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball
Sample afternoon excursions: 
  • The Hunt museum
  • King John’s Castle and the Treaty Stone
  • Bowling
  • Ryans Honey Farm
  • Lough Gur visitor Centre
  • Buttercup farm
  • The Limerick museum
  • Foynes Flying Boat Museum
  • Thomond Park interactivesSports museum
Sample full day excursions: 
  • Bunratty castle and Folk Park
  • Galway city and the Cliffs of Moher
  • Cork City and cork Gaol
  • The Burren and Poolnabrone Dolmen
  • Desmond Castle and Adare Village

Optional Extra Trips:

Surfing in Lahinch, Weekend trip to the Aran Islands