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Drama Production 2017 at South of Ireland Language Centre: t.co/8Lkkqyf3QE via @YouTubeA quality act from the South of Ireland Language Centre annual dramatic production (2017), ... See MoreSee Less

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Drama production 2017 at the South of Ireland Language Centre
Another quality act from the South of Ireland Language Centre annual dramatic production.
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The 2017 inaugural chess competition at the South of Ireland Language Centre was won by Thomas Laurenti from Bordeaux. Congratulations to Thomas ! ... See MoreSee Less

The 2017 inaugural chess competition at the South of Ireland Language Centre was won by Thomas Laurenti from Bordeaux. Congratulations  to Thomas !

Drama production 2017 at the South of Ireland Language Centre....
They say "Britain has got talent" and that "Ireland has got talent" but did you know that "CIT has got talent" at the South of Ireland Language Centre? Great credit is due to our students and teachers who put the mini production together in such a short time.
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Certificate presentation 2017 at the South of Ireland Language...
Following several weeks of hard work in the classroom, students receive their certificates. A special award is made to our newly crowned chess champion, Thomas Laurenti. Well done, Thomas !
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Drama 2017 at South of Ireland Language Centre
The class of 2017 at the South of Ireland Language Centre have some serious dance moves. Lots of credit is due to the students and teachers who put the production together in under one week. Well done !
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Students visited the historic town of Cobh which was the last port of call for the Titanic on its infamous maiden voyage. Students explored typical living quarters for passengers and were issued with real ticket numbers from the Titanic booking office. At the end of the tour, students found out if they would have survived the sinking of the Titanic ! ... See MoreSee Less

Students visited the historic town of Cobh which was the last port of call for the Titanic on its infamous maiden voyage. Students explored typical living quarters for passengers and were issued with real ticket numbers from the Titanic booking office. At the end of the tour, students found out if they would have survived the sinking of the Titanic !

This Saturday, for the full day trip, we all went To a wondeful island called Garnish Island in Glengariff... Here are some pictures of the island as well as pictures of the French group who enjoyed the small boat trip and the seals they saw on their way...

Look at those views... just amazing !
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This Saturday, for the full day trip, we all went To a wondeful island called Garnish Island in Glengariff... Here are some pictures of the island as well as pictures of the French group who enjoyed the small boat trip and the seals they saw on their way...Look at those views... just amazing !

University College Cork, founded in 1845, is a beautiful campus and home to many renowned scholars, the most famous of whom was George Boole. Our students were taken on a fascinating tour of its campus gardens, it beautiful architecture and its observatory. ... See MoreSee Less

University College Cork, founded in 1845, is a beautiful campus and home to many renowned scholars, the most famous of whom was George Boole. Our students were taken on a fascinating tour of its campus gardens, it beautiful architecture and its observatory.
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