While teaching in Ireland you’ll be based in Dublin. Historic walking tours, Viking boat trips, famous bars and restaurants as well as the fantastic shopping culture means you’ll be kept busy during your stay.

Ireland is soon to be the only native English speaking country in Europe, so where better to teach English? Ireland is fast becoming a tech hub for multinational companies.

The capital, Dublin, is extremely important for tourism, education and economic development. Ireland’s vibrant and multicultural cities mean there is now more demand for qualified TEFL teachers than ever.

While in Ireland you’ll make your TEFL resume extremely competitive by gaining up to 65 hours of English teaching practice each week.

Give yourself the time to really experience what Ireland has to offer before or after you spend one to three weeks teaching young learners.


How it Works

Complete an application, submit documents, have a video chat and then you’ll be on your way to go to Dublin!


What’s Included?

  • 120 Hour Advanced TEFL Course
  • Observed teaching practice (up to 200 hours)
  • City pick-up & transfers
  • Orientation
  • Hotel accommodation
  • 3 meals a day
  • Visa guidance
  • Ongoing in-country support



  • 18+ years old (juniors) 21+ (adult programs)
  • Completed high school
  • Native English speaker
  • TEFL qualification (included)
  • Hardworking and mature
  • Good mental and physical health
  • Passport from USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, South Africa, Australia or New Zealand
  • Appropriate personal qualities (maturity, flexibility etc.)
  • Ability to cope with challenges, good communication skills, cultural sensitivity
  • A range of hobbies and interests
  • Good health
  • Clean police record


Application Cost

From €69 (Includes €50 refundable deposit, claimed on successful completion)