Christmas in Cork

Cork is alive with activity at Christmas time. There is plenty to see and do for all ages. Check out a sample of what is on offer in Cork this Christmas below. Glow, A Cork Christmas Celebration There’s so much to see and do in Cork City during GLOW, from visiting our free festive installation…

CEC Christmas Holidays

CEC classes will be finishing on Friday December 15th. Classes will resume at 08:30am on Tuesday January 2nd. The CEC office will remain open until Friday December 22nd. We would like to wish you all a very Happy Christmas and peaceful New Year. If you have queries please email info@corkenglishcollege.ie!

New Cork flights for Summer 2018

With the number of passengers coming through Cork increasing on annual basis, this has led to new routes being opened. Volotea, the Spanish low-cost carrier has confirmed that their weekly Verona service to Cork will increase to twice weekly for summer 2018. Cork to Verona will operate every Saturday from May 26 to August 29…

International Food Week at CEC

Every month in CEC we will be dedicating a week to a certain theme. The theme for September was International Food Week. Daily, we celebrated the diverse foods from around the world. Students shared memories of their favourite foods from home as well as telling us their thoughts on Irish food (Mostly positive :)). The…

VERY IMPORTANT NEWS – STORM OPHELIA For

VERY IMPORTANT NEWS – STORM OPHELIA For the attention of all CEC students (existing and new) and staff. Following the weather warning issued by Met Eireann and the status RED alert, CEC – Cork English College will remain closed tomorrow, Monday October, 16th. This decision has been taken in the interest of the safety of…

Cork Lifelong Learning Festival

As part of the Cork Lifelong Learning Festival, held in conjunction with the UNESCO Learning Cities Conference, the Cork English College Research Team gave a talk and workshop on Project Based Learning (PBL) on Wednesday evening, September 20th. CEC was delighted to welcome the Lord Mayor Tony Fitzgerald to the reception beforehand. The talk focused…

Nuts about Nuts

Pistachios are one of the oldest edible nuts and are commonly used all over the world. They are native to Asia, particularly in Iran and Iraq. Amongst other benefits these nuts are heart friendly nuts, they are beneficial for digestion and according to research they have aphrodisiac properties ! Hazelnuts, also known as filberts, Hazelnuts contain heart-healthy…

Upcoming food festivals in Cork

Below is a hand-picked selection of food festivals later this year for you to enjoy. Book now, thank us later! Feast (East Cork Food & Drink Festival) 4th – 10th September What started off as Midleton Food and Drink Festival has expanded this year to incorporate other parts of East Cork. In its 15th year…

Fantastic Trips for about €500

Fantastic Trips for about €500 : By Nao Maruyama, Yushan Ke and Thibault Lamerant.  A weekend in Northern Ireland:   You have €500 to spend and you want to go to Belfast? Follow our guide and discover the capital of Northern Ireland. We will give you some suggestions to have a wonderful trip in Belfast….

Fantastic options in Ireland (from around €300)

Fantastic options in Ireland (from around €300) By EAL / Andrea Crivellaro / Jose Maria Molina A / Maxine Cazenave Weekend no. 1: Cork to Dublin If you love Games of Thrones we have a perfect trip for you… Became one of your favorite characters for one day. Drink the same beer as Tyrion, follow…

EXCELLENT WEEKENDS IN IRELAND FROM € 100 TO € 500

EXCELLENT WEEKENDS IN IRELAND FROM € 100 TO € 500 Introduction by A.C.N. HI! We are B1+ Students at CEC, and we have designed this project for future and current students in Cork (Ireland). The project is based on different activities depending on the budget that you have. In each budget you will find 2…