Dublin is the capital city of the Republic of Ireland and is located on the beautiful east coast. The city centre has pleasant tree-lined squares and medieval looking streets. Dublin has a rich history that is integrated into the buildings and monuments. Some of the most famous attractions include Dublin Castle which is surrounded by beautiful gardens, Trinity College, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and many others. The city’s Phoenix Park is one of the largest and most beautiful city parks in Europe. It has many paths and trails ideal for walking or cycling. The city is surrounded by beautiful beaches and mountains making it a picturesque and attractive destination to visit.
The Plus centre is an open university campus located in Belfield, about a 20-minute bus ride from the city centre. It is a modern campus with extensive grounds, gardens and open spaces. It offers a wide variety of sports facilities such as The National Hockey Stadium, many sports pitches and an Olympic-size swimming pool. It is a self-contained campus with on-site shops, cafes and restaurants.
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The members of our team have been carefully selected for their responsible and caring attitude and for being fun-loving and outgoing. They are the people you can turn to at any time for assistance. Our PLUS Team will ensure that students enjoy their holidays in an exciting and safe environment. PLUS promises a wonderful, memorable and enriching summer camp experience.
Trinity’s Graded Examinations in Spoken English (GESE) are one-to-one, face-to-face assessments of speaking and listening skills with a Trinity examiner. Preparation for these exams and achievement of GESE qualifications supports people wishing to develop their proficiency in English language speaking - for personal goals, study, travel, employment, settlement or for visa application purposes. GESE exams are available at 12 levels, from Grade 1 to Grade 12 (pre-A1 to C2 CEFR* proficiency levels). Grouped by development stage, GESE grade qualifications offer a progressive framework for the development of English language skills.
A 2-week programme includes: