Citas College

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Why Choose Citas?

  • Established in 1996. Incorporated in 2000
  • Small Class sizes.
  • Native English speaking teachers on English Language Programmes.
  • Located in the heart of Dublin’s buzzing City Centre.
  • Dedicated student service team.
  • Diversified student body enhancing a multicultural learning experience.


Citas College was established in 1996 with the aim of providing quality adult education that encourages both diversity and equality in a friendly multi-cultural environment.

Experienced qualified teachers: All our English Language teachers have a minimum of a university degree and an ACELS certified qualification in teaching English as a foreign language.

Dynamic classes: with a maximum of 15 students in each class, lessons are interactive and engaging. Our multi-cultural groups provide the opportunity to develop genuine communication strategies and to learn about different cultures from all over the world.

Commitment to academic success: Our English language programme provides a learning pathway for students to obtain constant feedback and support as they improve their language skills. With weekly tests, monthly assessment and external end-of-course examinations, students are individually supported to fully achieve their learning potential.

Modern comfortable building: our bright new building provides a comfortable place to learn English. We provide a spacious relaxation area for students with free wifi and computer access.

Central City Centre Location: Located in the heart of Dublin City Centre, Citas College is close to Connolly Station – a communication hub for the train, the DART and the LUAS. It is minutes away from the shopping and tourist precinct of O’Connell Street /Mary Street/ Temple Bar. This central location offers the school the opportunity to set learning into the context of the rich cultural environment at its doorstep.

Authentic delivery of language learning: Language teaching is delivered as authentically as possible, with real language and genuine communication taking place in the classroom. Learners are also provided with opportunities to extend their communication reach to the real world outside. As well as taking trips to galleries and museums, learning activities include project work which requires going out into the English-speaking environment to gather information, develop cultural awareness and interact with English-speaking people.

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Citas College Mission

CITAS College Dublin provides high-quality, relevant and varied educational programmes and opportunities for the intellectual, cultural and personal growth.

The college values its role as an educational leader, embracing change and responding to the complex needs of those it serves. The mission of the college is to make quality education affordable and accessible to the community, and encourage diversity and equality in a friendly environment.

CITAS College was established in 1996 by Felicia Olima who has won several awards including the Inter-City Enterprise Award in 2001 which was presented to her by the Minister Of State at The Department of Enterprise and Employment. Felicia trained students in Trinity College in the 1990’s as well as training students for FAS and Community Employment Schemes.