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MLC Student Language Programmes has been welcoming international students to Ireland since 1976. Both students and host families are extremely important to this company, which has built a reputation as one the leading homestay providers in Ireland.
Full and part time University of Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults course take place at GMIT
Representatives of the Fulbright Commission of Ireland will visit Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) on Thursday, October 8, to talk to students and researchers about funded postgraduate study, research, or teaching in the US.
Aventuro.org which specialises in family exchanges for children is offering children and teenagers in the west of Ireland the chance to travel and to learn or brush up on their language skills. To this end, Aventuro.org will host a public information meeting on this Saturday (January 24) in The West Wing on the Galway Road in Tuam from 2pm to 5pm.
A Mayo family who regularly host intercultural exchange students from all over the world were presented with an award at the 2014 EIL Intercultural Learning Host Family Awards Ceremony in Dublin last weekend. Bernie and Colum Gavin from Castlebar have opened their home to participants from EIL’s intercultural exchange programme for many years. Speaking from the awards, director of EIL Intercultural Learning, Kevin Hickey, said: “Every year, hundreds of Irish families like the Gavin family open up their homes to international students who come here to study and immerse themselves in Irish culture. A number of the families who received awards have been hosting students for over 10 years, and many of them keep up regular contact with those who have stayed with them over the years. The length of the students’ stays varies from a few weeks up to a year, so it is a huge undertaking for these families, but the fact that most of them do it on an ongoing basis is testament to how rewarding it is not only for the families, but also for their wider communities in Mayo and throughout the country.” He concluded, saying: “The Gavin family’s story is living proof of the enormous impact that these intercultural experiences can have on both the participant and the host family, so I am delighted to be able to recognise that work at this very special event today.”
Thirty-seven Fulbright Awardees were officially announced at an event on MS The World, which was sponsored by a US Fulbright alumnus, Dr Jack Pinkowski and his wife Monica Pinkowski, as part of The Gathering on July 12. Since 1957, the Fulbright Awards are given annually by the Irish and US governments and provide Irish students, scholars, and professionals with the opportunity to study, lecture, and research at top universities and institutions throughout the United States.