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In this memorable day Nathália took the opportunity to have fun and also work a little bit with her passion, photography. We asked her to tell us what happen that day and her experience in Dublin.
My name is Nathália Corrêa, I’m 31 years old and I am from Brazil. I’ve been living in Ireland for more than a year now, and I’m a Citas student since last November. I was a full qualified doctor in Brazil, but I decided to move to Ireland to learn English and to try a different life – and now I can affirm that I’ve made the right choice. I always appreciated fashion and visual arts, and here in Ireland these feeling started to make a lot more sense to me. I really love the way of living here, and the way that people are free to express their selves. Also, Ireland has beautiful and so diverse landscapes, which made me take one more risk and start something completely new: photography. After realizing that, I bought a camera and started to look for some videos and free courses. And now I’m always trying to walk around the city, collecting casual moments and expressions.
Saint Patrick’s Day was a great opportunity to practice this, specially because I see this celebration as a thing for e from people. Is very interesting to notice people from all around the world wearing the same colour, celebrating together and being happy as a huge community. One fact took my attention, a group of Asian ladies asking for some Irish people to have a photograph with them, as they were super stars. I guess that’s because Ireland was such a special place to spend that particular day. A memorable day.






The CITAS College Social and Cultural Programme introduces students to Irish Life and Culture through various activities. 

Check out our social activities in March 2018

Dear Students,

We are opening on this Monday, 05 March. See you all tomorrow.

Update: 07:30, Thursday, 1 March 2018

Dear Students,

Status Red alert extended nationwide. We advise all our students to be home and stay indoors until Friday afternoon. GNIB office has announced closed due to the weather condition. It’s website  says if you had an appointment today and tomorrow, it will be rescheduled next week.

Our emergency office opening today and tomorrow is postponned. If there is anything very urgent, call on this number: 0868625841. Thank you!

Update: 14:45, 28 Feb 2018

Dear Students and Partners,

Met Eireann issued a fresh red weather alert for tomorrow and Friday. Therefore, we have decided to cancel all our AM and PM classes  tomorrow and Friday. We advise all our students to be indoors and stay safe. See you all on Monday.

We will open from 9:00AM till 12:00PM (Thursday and Friday) to provide emergency student supports. Students who need letters, or any other support, please make sure you do so during this time.


Update: 8:30 AM, 28 Feb 2018

Dear Students and Partners,
Citas College Dublin is closed today due to Met Eireann status Red Alert. All our AM and PM classes today are suspended. We will post an update this evening to let you know if we will open tomorrow. Stay safe!


The CITAS College Social and Cultural Programme introduces students to Irish Life and Culture through various activities. 

Check out our social activities in February 2018


The range of social activities and cultural events broadens a students’ knowledge of Ireland. Such activities include art gallery tours, historical tours, pub crawls, student party nights, traditional music sessions, visiting Irelands famous sights such Glendalough, Trinity College, Cliffs of Moher, Ring of Kerry, Giants Causeway and Newgrange.

Not only is our social and cultural programme a great way to make new friends in your new environment, but it is also linked to the academic curriculum to ensure maximum benefit.

There is an activity to suit everyone – no matter how adventurous!

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Social Life

Dublin offers a mix of city, countryside and coastline. Dublin has been designated as a UNESCO City of Literature & with a literary heritage stretching over hundreds of years it is waiting to be discovered by you!

You can also check out the many theatres, museums, art galleries and music venues that Dublin has to offer together with countless bars and restaurants.

For information on events and venues, see