Ireland is a beautiful country with a rich culture, natural beauty and interesting history.  If you decide to participate on a ErasmusPlus work experience in Ireland, it’s an amazing opportunity to get to know this beautiful country as well as improve your English.

Interning or training with a company in Ireland is one of the smartest career moves you can make. Not only will you get the chance to gain valuable work experience that will serve you throughout your career, but you will also get firsthand insight into Irish culture and best business practices. As English is the main language spoken in Ireland, daily communication in the company leads to the deepening of partipants professional language skills and work practises.

Gain initial professional experience, experience different ways of working, discover new career opportunities and expand your network. The Irish workplace is known for being diverse and inclusive, and so is a great place to grow personally as well as professionally.

Internship and training abroad are a proven way to gain relevant knowledge while building new connections and adding enormous value to your CV. You will have the chance to improve your language skills, travel and try new things. ERASMUSPLUS participants use the opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge in a real life working environment, gain practical experience and improve professional terminology through English.

Irish people are well known for their friendliness and helpful attitude, living in a different country can be a bit challenging at first but you will soon find yourself embracing the differences and enjoying your new cultural environment.

Some of the many areas available for work experience:

  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Education, Social Science, Childcare
  • Information Technology
  • Management, Commerce and Finance
  • Law
  • Engineering, Architecture
  • PR, Advertising, Marketing, Publishing
  • Health Management, Dental, Social Work
  • Business administration, Economics
  • Warehouse, logistics
  • Retail
  • Hairdressing/Beauty

If the sector you are interested in is not listed please contact us.

Remote Internships (IT Sector)

Remote working is the new norm and now is the time to prepare for this new environment. This is a chance to gain experience working remotely as part of a team for a company. Remote internships are particularly popular in the IT sector, interns get the chance to gain experience in Software Applications, Back end/Front end development, App Development; UX Design. Companies will provide a mentor and have regular online team meetings so you are fully supported throughout the internship.

Whether you’re a prospective or University student, recent graduate, apprentice or professional, a remote internship could offer the perfect next step and will help further your career goals and improve your cv.


Host accommodation is our most popular accommodation type for students. You will stay as a guest in your accommodation for the duration of your stay. This accommodation option allows you to practice your social English language skills and experience the Irish way of life. We have an established network of friendly hosts who will ensure you have an enjoyable stay in their home.

Our hosts have been carefully selected and are located in safe residential areas in the suburbs of Dublin, average journey time 45-70 mins depending on time of day and traffic.
Location Host live in the suburbs of Dublin, public transport BUS /LUAS or DART
Bedrooms Choice of single or twin room
Meals Breakfast & evening meal included
Bathrooms Sharing bathroom
Laundry Basic laundry items included in family laundry

For students who prefer to arrange their own private accommodation please check out the following links

ireland map

1. What is Ireland known for? An abundance of beautiful green landscapes, a proud literary/music heritage, and a passion for sport, we are also members of the EU and English is our first language, population approx.5 million.
2. Irelands nickname is the Emerald Isle
3. There are around 30,000 castles in Ireland
4. Irelands’ Wild Atlantic Way is the longest coastal driving route in the world
5. One of the oldest lighthouses in the world is located in Wexford
6. Halloween originated in Ireland
7. The oldest pub in Ireland and Europe is found in Athlone, County Westmeath and dates back to AD900.
8. Ireland is famous for its Guinness beer
9. The earliest evidence of humans in Ireland was more than 30,000 years BC
10. The Harp is the national symbol though Ireland is also widely associated with the shamrock.


1. Dublin where we are located is the capital city of Ireland and has a population of 1.5 million – 50% under the age of 25. The city is 1000 years old and is located on the east coast of Ireland, a 40 min journey by public transport can take you to beautiful coastal walks and beaches.
2. The Phoenix Park in Dublin is one of the largest enclosed public parks in Europe, Dublin Zoo, Aras an Uachtarain the official residence of The Irish President is located there as well as Phoenix Park Visitor Centre and Polo/Cricket grounds.
3. Dublin is renowned for its vibrant nightlife and atmosphere. Temple Bar is a popular destination for visitors who wish to experience Dublin’s night life (beware though it is expensive), but there are many other locations where a visitor can experience a traditional Irish music session and the Irish pub atmosphere at cheaper prices.
4. Framed by mountains, centred on a river and edged by a beautiful bay, the city’s streets and alleys are filled with vibrant art and historic buildings, hip cafés and traditional “old man” pubs, as Dubliners call them.
5. Notable attractions include Guinness Storehouse, EPIC Museum, Wax Museum, Dublin Writers Museum, Christchurch and St. Patricks Cathedral to name but a few. For more information