Course Overview

Are you thinking about learning a new language?

Are you ready for a challenge?

Are you planning to travel?

Do you have a business or relations abroad?


If you answered yes to any of the above questions we are here for you.


By joining our Language Courses you will be able to learn new languages from qualified, native speaker/bilingual teachers.

Our courses will help you learn the language from the very basics to more advanced levels.

By speaking a new language you will be able to work or study abroad, get to know new people, new countries and cultures.


  • Spanish


  • German


  • Arabic

    Portuguese (Brazilian)

  • Polish

    Chinese (Mandarin)

  • Japanese


  • Hindi


  • Many More

    Run on Demand


Beginner(A1), Intermediate(B1) And Advanced(C1)


Fee Structure

€250 including administration free (€30 non-refundable) and Liffey College’s certification cost (€15).


Course Duration

Our 8-week courses are of 16 hour duration.
Studying 2 hours, one evening per week can fit into everybody’s schedule.

Timetable – Starting 5th February to 27th March 2018 (8 weeks) (Evening only 18:00 – 20:00 – Mondays & Tuesdays) (Beginners’ or Intermediate Levels Only)


Enrolment Intake

Courses run consecutively throughout the year with breaks for Christmas and Easter periods. This provides the opportunity for continuous classes, allowing students to progress and move up to higher levels as their skills develop.



  • Awarding Body
  • Liffey College
  • 8 Weeks
  • 16 Hours
  • 2 hrs PerWeek
  • €250 Only

Course Structure

Our courses are designed to provide you with a general idea of what you might cover during the course and include typical themes, vocabulary fields, grammar, cultural content and skills work for the language and the level. The outlines are flexible rather than prescriptive, in that our teachers always plan their lessons with the specific abilities, aims and interests of the students in their classes in mind. All of our courses are carefully structured and designed to cover a wide range of topic areas, grammatical structures and skills and include the following elements:


  • Spoken communication to build confidence in interacting with native speakers
  • Listening and comprehension skills to improve understanding
  • Grammar and sentence structure
  • Everyday language for use in real-life situations, both spoken and written
  • Core vocabulary
  • Pronunciation
  • Reading practice and written communication


Entry Requirements

  • 18 years of age (or above)
  • There is no other entry requirements


Study Modes

Campus, self- directed learning, study group. Social sport and social programme.


Progression Routes

By learning and speaking a new language you will be able to get access to work and study opportunities abroad, as well as immerse yourself in the language  and culture while on holiday or travelling.

Coordinator Contact


Alicia Rosique

Director of Foreign Language Courses
Telephone: 00353 (0)1 444 4447