SEDA College awarded Best Language School in Dublin and Ireland for the 3rd year in a row by Education Stars
Education Stars, an independent rating agency for schools and colleges all over the world, has announced the winners of the annual Education Stars Awards, and for the third consecutive year the prize for Best Language School in Dublin and Ireland has been awarded to SEDA College. The award is given to language schools that consistently achieve outstanding student reviews on EducationStars.
“Receiving the award for the third time reaffirms the quality of teaching and the satisfaction of SEDA students,” says Tiago Mascarenhas, marketing director at SEDA.
The page has 179 reviews from students and former students. In “Quality and Satisfaction”, SEDA College reached an impressive 92.8%, while 100% of students would recommend SEDA to a friend. Also, according to the ranking of Education Stars, the score officially classifies SEDA as “excellent, top quality”.
“At first I thought SEDA was just another English school, but now I can see how didactic and interactive they are, so I changed my mind. I will recommend SEDA to my friends” says Isaac Sanchez, from Panama. Brazilian student Sandra Anjos defines her experience in SEDA as her best choice. “I’m glad I had the opportunity to study there. I want to go back and resume my studies,” she says.
About SEDA College – SEDA is one of the nine institutions in Ireland certified with EAQUALS (Evaluation & Accreditation of Quality Language Schools), an international association of institutions and organisations involved in language education. Its aim is to promote and guarantee high quality in language teaching and learning.
SEDA College is also certified by the Irish Accreditation ACELS and the ISO 9001 quality seal which ensures that the school adopts a quality management system and is focused on managing the needs and expectations of students.
In 2016, SEDA College offered more than 580 hours of free extracurricular activities to SEDA and non-SEDA students, activities such as workshops, CV classes, creative writing classes, volunteer work, extra grammar and conversation classes, amongst various others activities. Currently, SEDA College occupies an area of 14,000 m² on Capel Street and has more than 600 students from various countries in Latin America, Europe and Asia.