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Courses are available from 2 weeks to 25 weeks duration. Non-EU/EEA Students wishing to study more that 12 weeks should enrol onto a 25-week programme in order to obtain a Student Visa in Ireland (8 months duration). DCAS offers weekly intakes, with English Courses starting every Monday (except during Bank Holiday weeks, where classes start on Tuesday).

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General English

General English (15h/week)

Our excellent team of teachers ensure that you have a positive and professional experience as you study English in Dublin. English lessons at DCAS are highly interactive & focus on developing your English speaking, reading, writing, and grammar skills to help students communicate effectively in real-life situations. At the end of the course, students will be prepared to take the Test of Interactive English (TIE) exam.

Programmes Available:

  • Beginner | CEFR level Pre-A1 (General English)

  • Elementary | CEFR level A1 (General English)

  • Pre-Intermediate | CEFR level A2 (General English)

  • Intermediate | CEFR level B1 (General English )

Suitable for non-EU/EAA Visa Students, up to 25 weeks duration. 

End of Course Exam: TIE (Test of Interactive English) is required for
non-EU/EEA Students under a Student Visa.

General English

IELTS Preparation Courses (15h/week)


Each student is individually evaluated with an English speaking and grammar test by one of our Academic Team to determine their English level. Students who test at the Intermediate (B1) level or above are automatically placed in half general English and half IELTS preparation courses. 


Programmes Available: 

  • Upper-Intermediate | CEFR level B2 (General English & IELTS) 

  • Advanced | CEFR level C1 (General English & IELTS) 


Suitable for non-EU/EAA Visa Students, up to 25 weeks duration. 


​End of Course Exam: IELTS is required for non-EU/EEA Students under a Student Visa.


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*Timetable is subject to change.

Get in touch with our student advisors!

Our consultants are ready to answer any questions you may have regarding information about the school and the visa process in Ireland. Send us an email or call us now on WhatsApp or Facebook chat.


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English Courses Additional Information
  • How can I check my attendance?
    Request your attendance rate by email to . Simply include on the email subject "ATTENDANCE REQUEST - your full name" and our Administration team will inform you the accummulated attendance rate for your course.
  • How do I request letters?
    You can "Request a Letter" online. Your request will be processed within 2 working days and emailed to you by
  • How do I open a bank account in Ireland?
    Prior to opening a bank account, please make sure you have received your IRP card from INIS. Once you have received your card, please request a Bank Letter on our ‘Request a Letter’ form on the DCAS website. Administration will process your letter request within 2 working days. Please note that DCAS students can only open bank accounts with the AIB Capel Street bank.
  • What documents do I need for my INIS appointment?
    To register with INIS, students will need: A postal order or bank statement proving access to € 3,000 General letter from DCAS – you can request this from our website at ‘Request a Letter’ Medical Insurance letter from DCAS - you can request this from our website at ‘Request a Letter’ Your passport Proof that you have paid your course fees. For more information, please click here:
  • How do I register with INIS?
    According to the INIS website: ‘If you live in Dublin City or county, you must go to Burgh Quay Registration Office to register in person. You must also book an appointment online before your visit. If you live outside Dublin, you must go to a regional office to register. You cannot register at the Burgh Quay office in Dublin.’ To read more, click here:
  • How do I request a certificate?
    You can request a certificate by submitting a 'Request a Certificate' form. A digital copy of your certificate will be emailed to you by within 2 working days.
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