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Study English in Cork

Cork is the second-largest city in Ireland. It’s the perfect midpoint between the conveniences of a big city and the tranquility of a village.

This doesn’t mean it’s a boring city at all. As it’s more affordable than Dublin, it attracts many international students, making its atmosphere very youthful and multicultural.

Cork also has an incredible nightlife, various cultural and leisure activities, and is a city where you won’t be lacking in job opportunities.

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What is life like in Cork?

If we compare the cost of living to Dublin, Cork is much more affordable, including rents, food, and entertainment.

The most commonly used transportation for getting around the city is by bicycle, although it’s a city that you can explore on foot.

There are also urban and intercity buses, and a well-connected train service to the capital, which is about 250 km away.

The climate, like the rest of Ireland, is quite cold and rainy throughout the year.

Regarding educational and employment opportunities, you won’t be lacking in either courses or work in this wonderful city, although it’s true that the majority are in Dublin.

If we find a course you like in this city, and you want to have a peaceful stay in Ireland, Cork is your city.

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What are the best neighborhoods in Cork?

The Center

It is the liveliest area of the city and the closest to most of the schools, shopping areas, pubs, and restaurants.


It is located about 15 - 20 minutes' walk from the city center, and it's a very peaceful area, perfect if you prefer a residential neighborhood. Rents in this area are somewhat higher than in other parts of the city.


It's a relatively new and peaceful area with a lot of natural beauty and beautiful landscapes. It's close to BlackRock Castle and the Mahon Point shopping center. It's about a half-hour walk from the city center, but you won't be lacking anything in this neighborhood.

Is Cork a city for You?

Cork offers you all the conveniences of a big city and the tranquility of a small town. With its youthful and student-friendly atmosphere, you’ll get to meet many new people and won’t get bored. Plus, you’ll save a good amount of money in your daily life.


  • Ideal for learning English
  • There are many students
  • There is a lot of work
  • You can cycle around the city
  • It is a well-located city and connected to the rest of Ireland
  • If you are European, you don't need a visa to live, study, or work in Cork


  • It's much smaller than Dublin and can become a bit monotonous
  • There isn't as much nightlife or things to do as in the capital
  • It's cheaper than Dublin, but the cost of living is still somewhat high


  • Summer: from 12º C to 19º C
  • Winter: from 3º C to 8º C
  • Spring and autumn: around 17º C


  • The population rate of Cork is 124,000 inhabitants

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Recommendations before traveling to Ireland

The first thing we can recommend if you’re planning to come to Ireland for a while to study English is to plan your trip carefully, look for good accommodation to live in, and allow us to help you find the best English course for you.

Coming to live, work, and study in Ireland is very different if you are a European citizen or not.

If you do not have nationality in one of the EU member countries, you will not be able to work for the first 3 months of your stay in the country, at which point you can apply for your IRP.

This means you will need to have enough money to support yourself during your stay. Additionally, you will need to prove that you have the financial means to do so. We can guide you on the various options available in this regard.

It is also mandatory to come with travel health insurance, which is an essential requirement for processing your student visa.

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