The school was founded in 1973 in London and has become a leading English Language school, welcoming about 4000 students a year. A second school has been established in the heart of Dublin. Having visited both schools we can confirm that the quality of education and services are of an identically high standard.
Like the main London campus in Kensington, the Frances King School of English Dublin is located in a beautiful part of the city centre. The building may be vintage, but we were pleased to find that it has been beautifully restored and equipped with the latest modern teaching facilities, including interactive white boards and full wi-fi internet access throughout. A private terrace allows students to chill out in a relaxed atmosphere between classes, compare notes and interact with others from across the world.
The school offers high quality English language programmes for adults of all ages, whether learning English for everyday, business or academic use with activities and accommodation to ensure that the students receive an enjoyable and rewarding experience during their time in Ireland.
The Frances King School of English Dublin provides an extensive range of activities linked to the courses the student is taking, as well as providing plenty of social programmes for their free time.
The Frances King School of English Dublin also offers programmes for families with children from 6 to 16 years of age and operates courses for teenagers in the picturesque coastal village of Dalkey.
Frances King School of English Dublin is recognised by ACELS*, a service of Quality and Qualifications Ireland, for English language teaching.
For further information about Frances King School of English Dublin, you should contact the expert consultants at the Study British English Company, who have the answers to all your questions.
*ACELS is currently the national body responsible for the development and management of an inspection/ recognition scheme for English Language Teaching organisations (ELTOs) nationally. The Accreditation and Co-ordination of English Language Services (ACELS) was established in 1969 under the auspices of the Irish Department of Education & Science to control standards in ELT schools and organisations through an inspection/recognition scheme.