WELCOME TO ACET
WELCOME TO ACET
I have only just arrived to Cork, but from what I have seen, I can say it is a beautiful city!!The ACET teachers are very gentle. If you need some help they are there to help you and if you want to know something about the city or Ireland in general.....do not hesitate to ask !! The administration team are just like the teachers, very gentle and helpful. In my homestay, I'm not eating potatoes everyday, so I'm surprised!! Okay....jokes aside..... I am glad to be in the homestay because I am also improving my English with my Irish family.I have met a lot of people and I am making new friends, everyday. I am very happy :)
Cork is a milk and honey place to live, work and study. I would recommend Cliffs of Moher, Ring of Kerry & Glanmire.My teachers Kevin & Patrick are great. Chris and Philippa deal with the students and are always able to help me. Cork is very safe and has amazing places to visit.
Cork is a beautiful city. I like the cultural diversity. I recommend visiting the English market, The Oliver Plunkett, Cobh and Fitzgerald's Park. My teachers at the school are very professional and attentive to our needs. The administration team are professional. There are a lot of positive vibes from studying at ACET.
Cork is a small city that you can find anything you need to have an enjoyable experience as a student and a traveller.I recommend Kinsale, Cobh, Crosshaven, Blarney Castle, and Waterford. I've had good experiences with all my teachers. They have different ways to teach but the same passion and good attitude. They are also well-prepared. When I needed some help outside classes, I've always felt the support of the admin staff. They are helpful. I stayed with two families, as I extended my stay. They both were very experiences for me. Both of them gave me a service with quality that I expected. They made me feel like I was at home. Irish people are friendly and helpful, especially when you need to ask for a favour.
Cork is a beautiful city which has always something new and adventurous to show. I would definitely recommend Fitzgerald's Park, Mardyke Walk and Blarney Castle. My favourite from the non-tourist places are Ramen, Tabletop and Leisureplex (you can enjoy yourself there especially with a group of friends).At my highschool, the teachers have very interesting ways of teaching that can help us understand the subjects better and they can also make everyone feel as a part of the community.I have a lovely family. We have a lot of fun. I am improving my communication in English and getting to know the culture and the language through making friends and participating in different activities.