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Come to Northern Ireland
Transcript of Come to Northern Ireland
All providers are inspected and accredited by the British Council to ensure
high standards in teaching, management, facilities and welfare provision.
According to language researcher David Graddol…
a working knowledge of English is fast becoming a “life skill” the same as literacy and numeracy…
a skill that most people will need to be able to function in the modern, global economy.
That was in 2005…
In fact, English alone is probably no longer enough and you will soon
need several languages to set yourself apart…
But developing your English language skills
is still the very best place to start.
because small ones are more juicy!!!!
(oranges that is….. and countries!!!)
Population 1.9 million approx.
135 North to South and 175 km East to West.
One of the youngest populations in Europe. Over 40% of the population under 29.
We are small but we pack a lot in!!!!!!!!
Northern Ireland is packed with ancient and living history, modern culture, exciting events and festivals, great food, fantastic shopping, and world-class craic!
We have the 86th best football team in the world?????????????????????????
A unique mix of British and Irish Cultures (with the best of both :))
A superb blend of
traditional and modern.
World class pubs, clubs and restaurants.
Some of the
best nightlife in the UK
350 festivals per year
, more than anywhere else in Europe.
Some of the best shopping in the UK with
low, low prices
every single night of the week
places to visit ...
For scenic spots Northern Ireland is truly blessed.
Some of the most scenic areas in Europe.
Home to Ireland’s only UNESCO site of outstanding natural beauty, The Giant’s Causeway.
Every corner of the country is within a 2 hour drive. Exploring is cheap and very easy.
London is just a 45 minute flight away (less time than Rio to Sao Paolo).
Dublin is a short 2 hour drive away.
World famous pubs.
Coolest clubs around.
Some of the best restaurants in Ireland.
Fantastic live music scene from Bluegrass
to Punk and Traditional to Rock.
Northern Ireland is one big adventure playground offering everything from adrenaline fueled activities to scenic, romantic walks.
There’s something for everyone.
Travel & Visas
When it comes to transport Northern Ireland is very well connected.
Flights from all London airports to Northern Ireland. Just a 45 minute flight from London. (average flight price 50 euros).
Less than a 2 hour bus from Dublin (15 euros)
Here’s what some
of our students have to say
Why NI for Education?
English Language Courses
A world class education
In the recently published QS World University Rankings 27,000 graduate employers and found that
graduates from UK universities are among the most employable.
Not over-crowded with international students so
plenty of opportunity to speak English wherever you are.
Northern Ireland population is over 91% Northern Irish born.
Growing international community
Northern Ireland has the
lowest accommodation costs when compared to the rest of the UK and Ireland.
living expenses are around 30% lower
than the rest of the UK and Ireland.
Great value for money.
A unique adventure.
Greater career prospects
More interesting jobs
… and university days are the best days of your life…..
Is an international study centre providing a range of academic and English language programmes which prepare students for entry to undergraduate and post graduate degree programmes at Queen’s University Belfast.
2 foundation programmes
Business, humanities and social sciences
Engineering and science
2 diploma courses
Management and finance Engineering
2 graduate diploma programmes
6 Pathway Programmes
UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER
Ulster is a university with a national and international
reputation for excellence, innovation and regional engagement.
CELT (The Centre for English Language Teaching)
is a specialised unit within the University which provides English language teaching and support for registered international students studying on all four campuses of the University.
Foundation Diploma in English for Academic Purposes
In sessional programmes
Achieve an internationally recognised qualification:
UK further education qualifications are recognised and respected by employers and academics worldwide.
Prepare for the career of your dreams:
UK qualifications are a great boost to your CV… and to your earnings. Employers are increasingly looking for multilingual graduates with multicultural experience.
UK further education providers have strong links with industry.
Many courses are designed in partnership with, and taught by, industry professionals. Some offer you the option of a year in industry too, an excellent way to prepare you for the world of work.
Working with blue chip international employers including Bombardier, Caterpillar and Deloitte Belfast Met is providing new opportunities for progression and employment in an increasingly competitive global economy.
Meeting the needs of 30,000 local and international students every year:
· A level programmes
· Diplomas and Higher national Diplomas
· Further and Higher Education level programmes
· English Language Training
· providing progression routes into industry for generations of young people
· offering internationally accredited qualifications with progression to internationally recognised universities
Northern Ireland is the freshest, newest place on the planet to study English.
Unspoilt and largely undiscovered.
High quality of life and low cost of living.
Young dynamic population.
Friendliest people on the planet.
No competition for accommodation and host families so we can choose the only the best.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE COURSES
In a poll by Travel Lodge, Northern Ireland voted sexiest accent in the UK !!
Foyle International Ltd this year celebrates 23 years in international educational excellence.
Established in 1990,
we specialise in linguistic, cultural and vocational training
, and offer a variety of courses ranging from general and academic English to industry-specific ESP courses and vocational based work programmes.
Foyle is located in the
heart of the walled city of Derry
, a city full of history, culture and music and voted by the Lonely Planet Guide as the
4th best city in the world to visit 2013
and is currently the nominated UK City of Culture.
NORTH WEST ACADEMY
The NW Academy was established in 2003 and since then has become
one of the biggest English language schools in Northern Ireland.
We have built an
for providing high quality English language and tailored study programmes.
INTERNATIONAL HOUSE BELFAST
International House Belfast is a member of the International House World Organisation, one of the oldest and most
prestigious language and teacher training organisations in the world.
International House is
committed to excellence in language teaching and teacher training.
“…you had better get here before the rest of the world comes”
It was great, the food, the incredible atmosphere…. I felt that this place was a treasure that had sort of been preserved, it hadn't been trampled on by the big foot of tourism and so I really loved its purity. ”
The National Geographic Traveller's editor-in-chief,
Lowest cost of living
in the UK
Derry London Derry is the very first UK City of Culture for 2013
Belfast voted ‘Top 10 hottest European city’ 2013
(CNN Travel, 2013)
Northern Ireland safest
region in the UK.
(British Crime Survey 2011)
‘city on the rise’
Lonely Planet (2006)
Belfast one of the world’s top 10 destinations.
country in the
world (after Japan) –
2006 and 2011)
Why Northern Ireland for Education?
Why Northern Ireland for Education?
A report from the British Council predicts that the UK will be one of the fastest growing destinations for international students, attracting an additional 126,000 students over the next decade.
Northern Ireland was always a great place to come from, now it's a great place to go to.
Conde Nast Travel Magazine