IH Dublin to move to larger premises

27 July, 2015

International House (IH) Dublin, Ireland, has announced a planned relocation to a new five-storey, city centre school in September, having outgrown the current location on Dawson Street.

The new purpose-built International House Dublin school, set to open in September

The new centre, located at the Steelworks on Foley Street in Dublin’s financial district and near the main shopping area of Henry Street and O’Connell Street, features 40 classrooms and a floor-to-ceiling window atrium overlooking the private landscaped development and providing views across the city.

Other facilities at the new school, purpose-built by IH Dublin, include a rooftop restaurant and outdoor terrace, a large library, computer facilities and student relaxation rooms throughout.

Padraig Hourigan, Chief Executive of IH Dublin, said, “We are delighted to announce our move to a larger modern campus in the heart of Dublin city. As we approach our twentieth anniversary celebrations, this is an important moment in the growth of our school and a significant step in expanding our offering to all our students and partners.

“Enhancing the student experience is at the heart of everything we do at IH Dublin and this move is hugely important in adding to that objective.”

IH Dublin, which is an accredited member of Eaquals as well as the International House World Organisation (IHWO) network, offers a range of language programmes including general English, exam preparation, English and work, teacher training, high school programmes and junior summer courses.

Matthew Knott
News Editor



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