We seek to encourage independent learning and develop Learner Autonomy.
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Account name: Citas College Dublin
National Sort Code (NSC): 900033
Account number: 68983218
Bank address: Bank of Ireland, 6 Lower O’connell Street, Dublin 1
College Address: Unit C3, The Millhouse, The Steelworks, Foley Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
All bank charges are the responsibility of the students/parents/guardians/agents.
PAY TO STUDY
Are you from from a non-EU country? We recommend you pay by Pay To Study. Pay To Study is our partner. They will keep your money safe in an Escrow Account. Your payment will only arrive in our account when you get your visa approved. If in case your visa gets refused, Pay To Study will refund your fee.
Ask for your offer letter. It will have your reference/student ID. You will require this number to be able to make the payment using Pay To Study services.
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ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING
Elementary (CEFR level A1-A2),
Pre-Intermediate (CEFR level A2-B1)
Intermediate (CEFR level B1-B2),
Upper Intermediate (CEFR level B2-C1)
Advanced (CEFR Level C1)
*(6-Month, Academic Year Programme in General English)
English language examinations
- Trinity College ISE (Integrated Skills in English) examination
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
- Cambridge FCE
- Cambridge Business English BEC Vantage
- TIE (Test of Interactive English) examination from IELT (ACELS accredited)
- Pearson Academic English Test
These courses comply with the requirements of the International Student visa that is offered by the Irish government.
Academic Year courses consists of 25-weeks of English Language study.
- A day of initial placement testing and induction
- 24-weeks of General English classes
- 4 days of focused IELTS, Cambridge FCE or Business English BEC, Trinity College ISE or TIE examination practice and preparation which directly precede the end-of-course external examination.
English language courses at Citas College are offered exclusively to adults who are not first-language English users.
Adult learners from all previous educational backgrounds may apply.
Course Objectives – General English with IELTS, Cambridge FCE, Cambridge Business English BE, Trinity College ISE or TIE Examination Preparation
- To develop the necessary skills to pass end-of-course external examinations. This involves improving the four skills of Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking as well as focusing on vocabulary development and grammatical accuracy.
- To perform well in end-of-course external examinations.
- To develop communication skills that enable learners to communicate in a multi-cultural environment. This includes developing some cultural understanding of both the local environment in Dublin, as well as the larger English-speaking community. This cultural understanding is linked to real-world contexts relevant when communicating in the English language.
- To sustain interest and motivation over the length of the course through regular feedback and progress testing; as well as through the development of learner autonomy and by encouraging learners to partially negotiate their own learning.
- To improve linguistic ability by two complete CEFR Performance Levels within the 6-month time-frame.
Enrolling for End-of-course Examinations
When a student begins their course at Citas College, they sign up to the end-of-course examination that they wish to sit (Trinity College London ISE Exam or TIE from IELT or PTE Academic from Pearson or IELTS or Cambridge FCE or Cambridge Business English BEC Vantage ). This is noted on their GNIB documents.
Students must pay for this examination on the point of enrolment. Examinations are scheduled approximately every 6 weeks (when requested, we can schedule extra examination dates.) Students must pre-register for their end-of-course examination with Citas College approximately three weeks before the date of the exam.
They are then obliged to sit the exam on this day. If they fail to attend, they must pay the examination fee again to sit the exam at a later date. For further information on pre-registering for examinations, please contact the Director of Studies, Dominik Le Good, firstname.lastname@example.org