LXI offers a range of English language programs to our students in Wexford:
Our programmes are tailored to meet the needs of students who wish to gain international English language experience and develop confidence speaking English in a business environment. In addition to learning English in a business environment, our programmes provide an opportunity to develop conversational English in fun, relaxing social environments. We have successfully hosted students from Austria, Italy, Poland, France, Greece, Finland and Norway since 2009. We have partnered many Erasmus+ projects as an Irish Partner.
The county capital, Wexford Town, sits in an attractive setting at the mouth of the Slaney River in Wexford Harbour, bringing together narrow medieval streets and historic sites like Selskar Abbey and West Gate Tower with a successful retail sector and lively entertainment scene. The world famous Wexford Festival Opera takes place every October, with many festivals taking place during the summer months. Wexford is the cornerstone of Ireland’s Ancient East, ascend in heritage and rich with history. The area is full of impressive landscapes and breathtaking views, with lots of walking trails to explore them. There are plenty exciting family attractions and outdoor activities for every admirer of beautiful nature and fantastic sandy beaches.
Curracloe Beach by the way was the location in 1997 for the opening scenes of Saving Private Ryan. Another must see location is 800 years old Hook Lighthouse - one of Ireland's most iconic lighthouse with black and white stripes, with a lovely cafe and art workshops nearby.
The Irish National Heritage Park is at Ferrycarrig, just outside of Wexford town and includes various exhibits spanning 9000 years of Irish history, allowing the visitor to wander around re-creations of historic Irish dwelling including crannogs, Viking houses and Norman forts.
The Wexford Wildfowl Reserve is a Ramsar site based on mudflats, just outside Wexford. It is a migratory stop-off point for thousands of ducks, geese, swans and waders. Up to 50% of the world's population of Greenland white-fronted geese spend the winter on the Wexford slobs. There is a visitor centre with exhibitions and an audio-visual show.
There are plenty things to do and places to be enjoyed in Wexford for everyone.
- Modern facilities with up to date language learning technology
- Central location with easy access to transportation and attractions
- Activities, sports and excursions organised by on-site activities coordinators
- Diverse, dynamic atmosphere with international students from over 10 countries
- Personal and friendly environment with dedicated teachers and staff at every English school
- Wide range of accommodation options for international students
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