ABOUT EVEREST LANGUAGE SCHOOL
If you want to learn English in Dublin, Everest Language School is the place for you. Located in the heart of Dublin city centre, Everest language school offers the best teaching combined with the most fun and interesting social events.
Everest Language School is Dublin’s first school to base all academic decisions on linguistic research done within the school. The School has been set up by language teachers with the goal of providing students with an unforgettable experience in Dublin and to help them achieve their language objectives.
MEET OUR FANTASTIC TEACHERS
MEET OUR INCREDIBLE TEAM OF EXPERIENCED TEACHERS
At our English school in Dublin all classes are taught using a communicative methodology; this means you will spend your time in class improving your speaking and listening skills as well as focusing on the necessary key skills to pass exams, get into university and get a job. Classes take place in a comfortable stimulating environment in which games, movement, colour, music and technology are incorporated into lesson plans to ensure that you learn in an alert, enjoyable, multi-sensory fashion.
OUR STUDENT SUPPORT TEAM
Our Student Support Team are here to help you from the very start of your course to the end and beyond. Before you even come to Everest our Student Support Team are available by email and phone to answer any of your questions or concerns. They can advise you on which course you should take, where you can stay and help you with the process of applying for your study visa.
Our Student Support Team will be there at reception to welcome you to Everest everyday and help you with all the big and small challenges of moving to a new country and learning a new language.
Meet The School Directors
Rob’s love for language learning began on a trip to French speaking Burkina Faso. Since then he has been learning Spanish, French and Polish. In fact he loves learning languages so much that he is currently learning HTML and CSS.
His career teaching English began with working in UCD during his master’s in ethnomusicology and after gaining a University of Cambridge English teaching qualification he has been teaching English non-stop, preparing students from FCE, CAE, CPE and IELTS.
As a cyclist, he loves Dublin because you can cycle everywhere in 20 minutes. And if you want to start a conversation with Rob, just mention Brazilian Jiujitsu, his favourite sport.
Anne-Marie has been studying languages, culture, psychology and the effects of language learning on the human brain for the last 10 years.
Over the last few years she has been busy finishing her PhD(Doctorate) which focuses on the cognitive benefits of bilingualism and adult language learning.
Anne-Marie wants to help you find the most efficient way to learn English, she is also interested in understanding what is happening inside your head as you learn. She has used electroencephalography (EEG) to study electrical activity in the brains of bilinguals, multilinguals and language learners from all over the world while teaching them English at the same time! She does yoga in her spare time to help her to relax after studying!