Ministays in Bray

Bray, a small coastal city, is considered one of the most attractive destinations in and around Dublin. Only 19 kilometres from the centre of the capital, Bray offers something for everyone: from its excellent transport connections and its buoyant industry to its splendid landscapes, without neglecting its rich cultural heritage.

You can walk along its coast, visit the cliffs of Greystones or the Wicklow region, called the garden of Ireland, due to its impressive nature; or the Ardmore Studios, the core of the film industry in Ireland. Bray is undoubtedly a city with many possibilities to make your stay with UKEDA really enriching.

In Bray, we have two reference centres where you can study English. The classes are designed in order to emphasize the conversation and the learning of the culture. Bray is a perfect place to learn English and our teachers have extensive experience in teaching English as a second language.

School language trip Mini-stays in Bray

Features

About the School of English

The language school is situated in Bray ( Dublin ). Bray is a beautiful seaside town & just 30 minutes from Dublin City centre, the language school is accredited by ACELS, members of IALC & MEI and operate all year around . The school has got interactive technology, WIFI, private gardens & specialises in Exam courses. It is offered to students the opportunity to study English & choose activities like Irish culture based activities and excursions.

Accreditation

ACELS, Cambridge English,  TOEIC, Trinity London, IELTS, MEI RESLA Ireland

Mini-stays Courses

General English

Our General English course has been developed to expand the English language skills which will help the students in the future to advance their knowledge in professional and academic English. During the course the students will focus on the four main elements: speaking, listening, writing and reading. Our classes are made up at all levels from elementary to advanced and students can choose to study 15, 20 and 25 academic hours. The course aims to let the students feel more confident in speaking English what will boost their self-confidence in interacting with other English speakers. We do also offer, for your ministays, language activities outside the classroom to make the course more interesting and stimulating.

Project Work

Project Work is a didactic methodology that is inspired by the general principle of learning by doing. Our activities have been developed to a such extent that the students will create, in collaboration with our teachers, a project related to a real context and objective. The aim of the project work is to let the student work independently by analysing the overall contexts and aims and find possible solutions that will present to the pupils during the actualisation of the project. During this course, the student will also develop their language skills and vocabulary.

Cambridge Exam Preparation

If your students are already preparing themselves for the Cambridge Exam, this will be a good option to study it during your ministay. We can only take closed groups for this course and all the students need to be studying towards the same exam. For example, if your school group is of 30 students we may split the group into 2 smaller groups and offer them a course accordingly to their exam level. It will be possible to prepare for four different levels of Cambridge exam: Preliminary English Test (PET), First Certificate of English (FCE), Certificate in Advanced English (CAE), or Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE). Our course will help your students to acquire the skills necessary to pass the exam and understand the exam structure and marks. If it is required we may simulate a typical exam day during their stay so that they will get the feeling of what will be expected during the exam.

Academic English

If you think that for your ministays your students may be interested in attending a course other then General English, we can offer the option to attend an academic English course instead. The aim of the course is to prepare the learners for advanced language skills needed to attend high education Institutions such as Universities. During the course, the pupils will discuss a wide variety of topics in order to improve their accuracy and fluency. They will also read an academic text, for example, a journal article that will develop their understanding skills. The focus will be also on academic writing such as taking notes and on the academic way of writing sentences structures. This course is for school groups that have at least a B2 level.

Sample Programme - Bray Ministays

This sample programme is based on arrival on Sunday and departure on Saturday
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
BreakfastBreakfastBreakfastBreakfastBreakfast
Lessons 9:00-12:00Lessons 9:00-12:00Lessons 9:00-12:00Lessons 9:00-12:00Lessons 9:00-12:00
LunchLunchLunchLunchLunch
City Tour BrayCity Tour DublinSt. Patrick’s Cathedral Trinity College LibraryGuinness Storehouse
DinnerDinnerDinnerDinnerDinner
Family Night
BowlingFamily NightCinemaNight Event
 

*Please note that this is a sample program only, and it is for illustrative purposes only, the program will be designed upon your requests and any extras not included in the “UKEDA’s Basic Programme” need to be paid.

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Accommodation

Host Families

The homestay is perhaps the most complete immersion method, ideal for students who want to take English courses, allowing them to make the most of the experience. Students will be sharing a room with one or two classmates and will be hosted by a local experienced host family, this will be a full-immersion cultural experience as they will see how locals live, what they eat and more. For some students, this may be a life-experience challenge as for most of them this will be their first experience outside their parents’ home but worth to try as we think this will let the students grow not only culturally but also personally. For most of the students, instead, this will be a home away from home and enjoy the experience with the locals. All host families are checked and inspected regularly and need to abide by a certain pre-set standard requirement.

Residential Accommodation

We have the availability of residential accommodation all year round, our type of accommodation varies depending on your budget and requirements. We can offer students residence accommodation with students staying in two or three per room with shared or private facilities, hotel or B&B accommodation with students staying in triple or family rooms with private facilities. If you would like to choose this option for your students but your budget is very limited, we will be able to offer hostel accommodation. Most of our hostels are 4 stars with students staying in multiple rooms of 4,6 and sometimes 8 students in a room with private facilities, but we have also budget hostels where students will be staying in larger rooms with or without an en-suite room. We will organise for you, breakfast and dinner if this is required. Most of our residential accommodation is situated in the city centre or not far from it, but please bear in mind that availability may be limited, therefore, for this option, we may require an advance booking.

School language trip in Bray

Bray: What to see and do

Your mini-stay in Bray will include not just an English course but also activities in and around Bray.
You will get to know this friendly city and will have also time to visit Dublin thanks to great transport links to the capital…

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Attractions Information

Location

Bray

Our hours

09:00 AM – 17.00 PM
Monday – Friday

Contact us

Head office: + 44 (0) 20 3519 1247