#Study&Work – English School Ireland
The Academic Year Programme for Non-EEA students is a 25 weeks tuition course within an 8 month study period with 15 hours of tuition per week and is suitable for students needing a student study visa to Ireland and we offer assistance for visas for this course.
Once you have registered onto this programme we will issue you with a letter of Acceptance which you may use to apply for your Study Visa.
As a visa student in Ireland, you must register as a full-time student with the Garda National Immigration Bureau (GNIB – The Irish Police) and then you will also be permitted to work part-time in Ireland (up to a maximum of 20 hours a week and full-time during vacation periods) to support yourself.
At the Rightword Institute, we will help and guide you with this process.
Our highly qualified English School teachers set students clear learning objectives and use the latest modern teaching techniques to provide language practice in speaking, writing, listening and reading, to improve English pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary.
An English School in Ireland which develops all aspects of the English language including speaking, pronunciation, listening, grammar, reading and writing. The focus is on improving your ability to communicate clearly and effectively.
During your English School course, you will be expected to participate as much as possible and work individually, in pairs and in groups as well as take part in whole class activities.
For our General English course, the focus is on getting our students speaking and communicating to each other through enjoyable and interactive activities. You will also develop your use of grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation.
We adapt our lessons to the needs of the class and supplement the use of textbooks with authentic materials including digital resources and news articles.
Our highly qualified General English Course teachers set students clear learning objectives and use the latest modern teaching techniques to provide language practice in speaking, writing, listening and reading, to improve English pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary.
Our General English course will also provide our students learning English in Ireland with a better knowledge of the local people and culture, enabling them to become more actively involved with the unique Irish way of life.
At Rightword Institute, you will maximise your English language skills at a pace that works for you. Whether you are an Elementary or an Advanced student, you will improve quickly and gain confidence in speaking, listening, reading and writing in English.
Upon completion of the course, schools issue a certificate of attendance with the number of weeks undertaken and English level achieved.
We have a dedicated social programme coordinator who organises activities, tours and visits throughout the year for our students. These activities are a scheduled part of almost all courses and normally occur after class in the afternoon and evening.
We also organise day and weekend trips to scenic areas outside Limerick, such as Connemara, Clare and Galway.
15 students maximum
Times (Monday to Friday)
9am to 12.15pm – Morning session
Hours Per Week
Beginner (Below A1 on the CEFR*)
Elementary (A1 on the CEFR)
Pre-Intermediate (A2 on the CEFR)
Intermediate (B1 on the CEFR)
Upper-intermediate (B2 on the CEFR)
Advanced (C1 on the CEFR)
An exceptionally unique experience tailored to you
Our FREE Conversation Classes are designed to help you speak fluently and confidently with native speakers.
Rightword complies with the requirements necessary to obtain an International Student visa in Ireland.
Let us help you meet your goals.
Non EEA/EU students are eligible to work 20 hours per week during the complete duration of their stay. Students are granted permission to work 40 hours per week providing they are on a holiday period from lessons during:
15th December – 15th January
Non EEA/EU students are allowed an 8 week holiday period providing they have booked a course for a minimum of 25 weeks in duration completed within an 8 month study period, 15 hours per week, Monday to Friday.
Citizens of certain countries who wish to pursue a course of study in Ireland must apply for a visa to enter Ireland before they travel here. Information on those who need an entry visa is available in our document: Visa requirements for entering Ireland.
Students from certain countries such as Brazil, Mexico, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan do not need a visa to enter Ireland. However if they plan on staying in Ireland for more than 90 days they must register with the INIS office (Immigration) in Limerick after arrival. Staff at Rightword Institute will assist and provide all the necessary documents for the registration process at the INIS Office.
All Visa requiring international students are required to have private medical insurance, either personally or through a group scheme at time of registration. To support you meeting this requirement Rightword Institute’s tuition fees for visa requiring international students includes payment an approved insurance policy, which the school purchases for you upon receipt of full tuition fee payment.
You can search for a job on websites such as jobs.ie and LinkedIn. Networking with your friends here at school can also be a good way to find out what jobs are available. Many shops and restaurants will put jobs notices in their windows.
We have regular FREE workshops here at the school to help students prepare their C.V.and to prepare the English required for a job interview. Please check our Social Programme to find out when the next workshop will be planned.