SEDA College carries on offering online classes until April 19th and extends access to students from all over Ireland

Prime Minister Leo Varadkar announced on March 24th that the Irish government’s measures regarding the new coronavirus (COVID-19) will be extended until April 19th. Read the full announcement here.

Therefore, following the Irish government’s announcement, SEDA College remains closed until this date, but continues to provide online classes for its students and also for all students with interrupted courses in the country, regardless of their school.

“We know how important it is to learn English, and we want all students in Ireland to be able to continue their studies,” reiterates Tiago Mascarenhas, SEDA College’s CEO.

By the 23rd, more than 13,000 students of 19 nationalities have attended classes broadcasted by the SEDA College Online teaching team.

READ MORE: SEDA College offers free classes to all students who had their English courses interrupted in Ireland

New class schedule

The new schedule starts on March 30th and continues until April 19th (from Monday to Friday) for all levels of English. Students can access the online classes by CLICKING HERECheck out the schedule:

9:30 am – beginner
10:30 am – elementary
11:30 am – pre-intermediate
1:30 pm – intermediate
2:30 pm – upper-intermediate
3:30 pm – advanced
4:30 pm – extra class 1 – revision
5:30 pm – extra lessons 2 – survival English

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Remember that SEDA College students can benefit from over 50 courses available within SEDA College Online.

The platform has courses focused on English skills (speaking, writing, listening), others focused on the job market, such as curriculum development, improving your Linkedin profile, English job interview tips and much more.

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