Information and enrolment
Monday to Friday: 09.00—21.00
April 1—June 20
- Lunchtimes: Tuesdays and Thursdays 14.30—16.00
- Afternoons: Monday to Thursday 19.30—21.00
- Tuesday to Friday 10.00—21.00
- Adults: 13.00—21.30
- Young Learners: 18.00—20.00
The 2013-2014 school year starts on October 2nd and ends on 23rd June.
The school will be closed for holidays between December 23rd and January 6th (inclusive) and between April 14th and April 21st (inclusive).
Classes lost on public holidays will not be made up.
Forms of payment
On enrolment, students need to indicate whether they wish to pay on an annual, termly or monthly basis.
Old students can reserve their place for the following year by paying a €60 deposit (by cash, credit card or bank transfer). This amount is then discounted from the course fees. Subsequent payments are then made via bank transfer, for which students need to provide their complete (20 digit) bank account number.
When the payment by year option is chosen, the full course fees must be paid before October 15th.
New students to enrol a €40 enrolment fee is required, along with the first payment (cash or credit card); bank details should also be provided for subsequent payments.
There is a 5% discount on the termly fee when two or more students in the same family are taking courses.
If three members of the same family are taking courses, there is a 5% discount for the first two, and a 10% discount for the youngest member of the family.
When a student is taking two or more year-long extensive courses in different languages at the same time, there is a 5% discount on the termly fees.
In order to benefit from discounts or special promotions for particular organizations with which International House has agreements, students need to present accrediting documentation when they matriculate. Discounts will not be applied after that date.
Refunds will not be made for deposits, matriculation fees or courses fees in circumstances unrelated to the school.
We reserve the right to cancel groups in which the number of students is lower than four.