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Hear from our students about how studying in Ireland and shares their experiences at IBAT College Dublin

IBAT’s English language students discuss what it’s like to live in Dublin. Students have enjoyed their experiences in Ireland so far and they say this is largely due to the friendly locals who treat you as one of them! IBAT College is situated in the heart of the city and students believe this is the ideal place to learn and work. Watch the video to learn what else makes Ireland so great!
English Language Student, Wagner Fernandes shares his experiences at IBAT College Dublin

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

BEFORE YOU ARRIVE

Do I need a visa?
Depending on your nationality you may be required to apply for a visa to study in Ireland.

For full and complete information on visa requirements please follow this link: http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/Irish%20Visa%20Information
 
How much money should I bring to Ireland for long-term study?
Do I need medical insurance?
Can you meet me at the airport in Dublin?
When can I start my course?
How many students are in each class?
Do I need to pass a test in order to enter your school?
Do you have any activities I can participate in after class?
What qualifications do your teachers have?
Can I get a certificate at the end of my course?
Can I use my laptop computer in the school?
Will there be internet access or WiFi in my accommodation
When are school holidays?
Can I work in Ireland?
Can I extend my accommodation in my host family or residence?
How do I request medical insurance/details to be sent to immigration?

AFTER YOU ARRIVE

How do I contact support staff in IBAT, are there different contact numbers and emails?

ONLINE SUPPORT


ON CAMPUS SUPPORT


STUDENT COUNSELLING


ACCOMMODATION

I am from outside the EU and staying in Ireland for more than 90 days, what do I need to do?
Where do I open the bank account and what do I need?
What documents do I need to register with INIS/GNIB (immigration)?
How do I request a letter or documents for Bank or INIS/GNIB?
Can I take holidays from my course and how do I request?
What do I need to work and do I need a PPS number?
Can I change the Campus?
Can I change my level or my class and how do I request the change?
How can I change my class timetable?
How can I check my attendance? Is it important?
Do I have to take an official English examination such as Cambridge, IELTS or TIE?
How do I request a refund for a Cambridge, IELTS, TIE exam?
Does the LearnEnglish self-study platform effect my attendance?
How can I print something at the school?
Will I be able to access class notes and other materials online?
How can I check my course end date?
I am finishing my course this week, where do I get my certificate?
I am a Non-EU student, finishing my course shortly, and I need to go to the INIS/GNIB with a course finish letter to extend my visa. What do I need to do?
How can I make a complaint about my teacher, my course, or my classmate?

Contact Us

Phone
Main Office:
+353 1 8075 055

International Admissions Office::
+353 1 8075 055

Email

General enquiries: enquiry@ibat.ie
Course enquiries: admissions@ibat.ie
Registrar: examsoffice@ibat.ie
Student Services: studentservices@ibat.ie

Find Us

Wellington Quay Campus
IBAT College Dublin
16-19 Wellington Quay,
Dublin 2,
Ireland.
Frederick Street Campus
IBAT College Dublin
24-27 Frederick Street North,
Dublin 1,
Ireland.
Business Hours

Wellington Quay Campus
Monday-Thursday: 8:30am - 9:30pm
Friday: 8:30am - 6:30pm
Saturday: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Sunday: Closed