Temporary Covid-19 Course Deferral Policy

(1) Existing Students

Atlas Dublin

Academic Year Students (25 weeks or more)

  • Academic Year students continue their course online via our online platform, in line with regulations set out by the Department of Justice.
  • Alternatively, if an Academic Year student has returned home and is unable to take online classes we issue a course credit note in the student’s name with an expiry date of December 2021. The student can return at any point before this date to complete their course.

Non-Academic Year students (1 – 24 weeks)

  • Students can postpone the remainder of their course.
  • If a student does not wish to postpone their course we issue a credit note in the student’s name with an expiry date of December 2021.
  • Alternatively students can continue their course online via our online platform.

Atlas Malta

  • Students can postpone the remainder of their course.
  • If a student does not wish to postpone their course we issue a credit note in the student’s name with an expiry date of December 2021.
  • Alternatively students can continue their course online via our online platform.

 

(2) Pending Arrivals

Students have the following options:

  1. Postponing course commencement date to a later date. The school can reissue all relevant documentation with no postponement fees.
  2. Issue a credit note (course and accommodation) in the student’s name with an expiry date of December 2021.

 

 

Atlas Online Terms and Conditions

1. Admission

Minimum age

The minimum age is 18. In certain circumstances we may accept under 18 year olds on our adult programmes, however, not younger than 17. Such students will only be enrolled on a course if their
parents/legal guardians have completed and signed a Parental Consent form. By signing this form parents acknowledge that their child will be studying with adults in an online classroom and that Atlas Language School is not legally responsible for the child.

Course level

We offer classes from Elementary to Advanced level. Please note that we do not accept absolute beginners. We do not have suitable online courses for beginner students and Atlas Language School
reserves the right to refuse or cancel an enrolment if a student is at a beginner level of English.

Course

A course consists of 20 lessons per week, 50 minutes each.

Course Fees

Adult course fees include tuition, placement test, student welcome email, access to an online Learning Management System (LMS) with course materials, and end of course certificate. A course registration fee of €30 is applicable to all online courses. All fees must be paid in full prior to the student’s commencement of the course.

Course Requirements

To join Atlas Language School Online classes, students need:

  1.  a computer or laptop (access to more functionality from a PC or laptop than from a smartphone)
  2.  a stable internet connection of 10mbs or more
  3.  a headset, i.e. headphones with a microphone attached. Students can use their computer’s camera and speakers, but a headset often offers better sound quality
  4.  a notebook and a pen or pencil
  5.  a quiet place
  6.  to have their cameras on during class

Zoom

For Atlas Online, Atlas Language School uses the video meeting software Zoom. By registering for an online course students agree to the Zoom Privacy Policy.

Visa

Visa students in Ireland should refer to the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service for visa-related queries: http://www.inis.gov.ie/

Class Recording Consent

For educational purposes only, Atlas Language School may wish to record students in virtual classes. By booking course students authorise and permit Atlas Language School to make recordings that include the student in the digital classroom and to use these recordings along with the student’s name, image, voice, audio-visual materials, transcribed verbal statements, writings, statements, and quotations of or by the student (the “materials”) in any manner, form, or format whatsoever now or hereinafter created, solely for educational purposes, such as the creation of a student or teacher portfolio, or for teacher self-reflection, without further consent from or payment to me.

Amendments and editing

The student also authorises Atlas Language School to make amendments, edit and manipulate the materials to suit the medium or purpose for which they are used, including size, shape, length, duration or content in part to suit the purpose for which they may be used.

Copyright

It is understood that all of the materials are the property of Atlas Language School.

Security

We protect sensitive information. Only employees who need the information for the intended purpose are granted access to personally identifiable information. A student’s personal data will be treated in utmost confidence.

Article 6 of GDPR- Lawfulness of processing
  • With the consent of the data subject (student)
  • Processing is necessary for the performance of a contract with the data subject [Education]
  •  Processing is necessary to protect the vital interests of the data subject or another person [Education]
Release

The student agrees not to contest the rights or authority granted to Atlas Language School. The student releases and discharges Atlas Language School from any claims, actions, damages, liabilities, costs, or demands whatsoever arising by reason of invasion of privacy, right of publicity, copyright infringement, or any other personal or property rights from or related to the use of the materials.

2. Enrollment

Enrolment procedure

Students are advised to check their Internet connection using an online speed test before enrolling (for example nperf, Speedtest, or Comparitech). Students can also join a Zoom test meeting for free (a Zoom service) to familiarize themselves with the platform before starting. It is essential to provide Atlas Language School with the following information of the student at the moment
of the booking: Full Name, Gender, Date of Birth, Nationality, Contact Number, Student’s Email Address
IMPORTANT: Please make sure to provide the school with the correct email address of the student since a link to the Atlas Zoom classrooms will be sent by the teachers to the provided email address prior to the first class.

Enrolment Dates

New students should refer to their enrolment confirmation for course dates. Please note that the invoice does not reflect the course dates but the date of enrolment. This information, as well as the name of the course and the corresponding number of lessons per week, is included in the enrolment confirmation letter.

Continuity of Enrolment

Enrolment of a current student will be terminated if:

  • The student or their agent notifies Atlas Language School of his/her wish to terminate their enrolment;
  • The student withdraws from their nominated course;
  • Atlas Language School terminates the student’s enrolment or suspends or excludes the student in accordance with the provisions of our Policies and Procedures; Or
  • The student has completed all course requirements

Refusal and Cancellation of Enrolment

Atlas Language School may cancel an enrolment, refuse to enrol, or refuse to re-enrol a person/ student for the following reasons:

  • Beginner level of English
  • Misconduct (refer to the section on Code of Behaviour);
  • Failure to satisfy the minimum academic requirements for courses chosen;
  • Failure to start on the commencement date;
  • The student has gained admission by misrepresentation, falsification of documents or other fraudulent means;
  • Failure to fulfil the normal admission or enrolment requirements;
  • Non-payment of tuition fees;
  • Non-attendance or consistently low attendance;
  • Other reasons as deemed by the school’s management.

Medical & Special Educational Needs

It is the student’s responsibility to notify Atlas Language School of any disability, mental health condition, special educational needs, or any other relevant medical information relating that might affect the student’s learning. Students must provide an up to date medical form at the time of booking and inform the school of any changes.

3. Payment

All course fees should be paid in full at least 15 days prior to the student commencing their course. Atlas
Language School has partnered with PaytoStudy and Flywire to make international payments safe and
easy.

PaytoStudy (www.atlaslanguageschool.paytostudy.com)

PaytoStudy is an easy to use online system which offers a fast and secure way to pay fees at no cost to the payer. International Bank Transfer Fees are eliminated and payments can be processed and receipts issued within 48 hours. There is a 24 hour customer support service available via live chat, skype, phone and email. Once funds are received by PaytoStudy, the payment is immediately transferred to the receiver’s account from the local PaytoStudy account in their home country.

Flywire (www.flywire.com/pay/atlas)

Flywire allows you to pay securely from any country and any bank, typically in your home currency. By making your payment with Flywire you can:

  • Track your payments from start to finish
  • Save on bank fees and exchange rates
  • Contact their multilingual customer support team with any questions, day or night

Flywire offers multiple payment options and excellent foreign exchange rates. Flywire ensures your payment arrives safely and accurately.
If a student wants to pay by credit card this will be done directly through the school. Please note that payments by credit card will incur a 2% service charge.

4. Cancelation Policy

Course Cancellation

Courses are not transferable. Tuition fees are non-refundable once a student has commenced their course.

5. Holiday Policy

Holidays can only be taken in one week blocks (Monday-Friday only). Students must notify the Admissions Office by email in advance of their intended holiday. Please note that holidays must always be booked at least one week in advance, i.e. holidays will not be granted after the week has already begun.

6. Further Conditions

  • Bookings are not confirmed until official enrollment confirmation is provided by Atlas Language School.
  •  Final registration and provision of information to access the online classes will be only sent upon receipt of full payment of fees.
  • Atlas Language School does not accept responsibility for costs incurred due to technical issues, such as poor internet connection or problems with the device used to access the classes.
  • Atlas Language School does not take responsibility for loss or theft of belongings.
  • Refunds, partial refunds or compensation of any kind will not be given for Public Holidays, for days missed during the course, for late arrival or early departure, days missed due to adverse weather conditions, acts of governments, interruption of electrical power, fire, floods, war, other natural disasters, disease outbreaks or other Acts of Gods.
  • During peak times online classes may run at different times.
  • If a student wishes to put his/her course on hold or take holidays during the term of their English Language Programme they are free to do so, but no credit will be given for missed study time.
  • In the event that students are unable to attend lessons due to illness, these sick days will not be added to the end of the course period.
  • Students will only be excused from class in case of illness or to attend their appointment at the immigration office if in Ireland. No other reasons will be taken into consideration and the student will be marked as absent. Under no circumstances the student will obtain credit or a refund for missed study time.
  • Promotional Photographs and Videos: Atlas Language School or its representatives may take photographs and videos of classes or other school activities, which may be used for promotional
    purposes. If students do not wish to appear in any promotional materials, they must advise us at the time of booking.
  • Students need to follow a set of class rules, such as have their cameras on during class and in breakout rooms, mute their microphones, when not speaking, only speak English and be polite and
    courteous to their teacher and classmates at all times.

 

2020 Academic Calendar

TermStart DateEnd DateWeeks
1: WinterMonday 6th JanuaryFriday 27th March12 weeks
2: SpringMonday 30th MarchFriday 19th June12 weeks
3: SummerMonday 22nd JuneFriday 18th September13 weeks
4: AutumnMonday 21st SeptemberFriday 18th December13 weeks
ClosedMonday 21st DecemberFriday 1st January2 weeks
Winter 2021Monday 4th January 2021

 

2019 Bank Holidays

  • New Year’s Day: Tuesday, 1st January
  • St. Patrick’s Day: Monday, 18th March
  • Good Friday*: Friday, 19th April
  • Easter Monday: Monday, 22nd April
  • May Day: Monday, 6th May
  • June Bank Holiday: Monday, 3rd June
  • August Bank Holiday: Monday, 5th August
  • October Bank Holiday: Monday, 28th October
  • Christmas Day: Wednesday, 25th December
  • St. Stephen’s Day: Thursday, 26th December

* Good Friday is not a public holiday in Ireland, though like many schools and businesses we are closed on
that day for a long Easter weekend.
** The school is closed for classes on the August Bank Holiday, but we will be open for placement testing,
induction and orientation of new students starting their courses on that day.

Atlas Dublin & Malta Terms and Conditions

1. Admission

 

Minimum age

The minimum age at our adult school is 18. In certain circumstances, we may accept under 18-year-olds on our adult programmes. Such students will only be enrolled on a course if their parents/legal guardians have completed and signed a Parental Consent form. By signing this form parents acknowledge that their child will be studying in an adult centre and that Atlas Language School is not legally responsible for the child.

Course level

We offer classes from Elementary to Advanced level. Please note that we do not accept absolute beginners.

Course

Dublin: A course consists of 20, 26 or 32 tuition lessons, 50 minutes each.
Malta: A course consists of 20, or 26 tuition lessons, 50 minutes each.

Course Fees

Dublin:
Adult course fees include tuition, placement test, student welcome pack, free access to elective classes, wifi, use of computers, end of course certificate. A course registration fee of €65 is applicable to all courses. The cost of the course book is €40 per term or level.

Malta:
A course registration fee of €40 is applicable to all courses. The cost of the course book is €40 per term. There is a Course Summer Supplement of €50 per week between 17 June and 20 September.

Accommodation

Dublin:
All accommodation bookings with Atlas are subject to an accommodation placement fee of €65. Homestay accommodation is based on a 7-night stay starting from Saturday or Sunday whereas residential accommodation is based on a 7-night stay starting from Sunday.

A supplement of €50 per week will apply to students who are accommodated in a host family over the Christmas holidays (2 weeks). Please contact the school directly for full details of host family availability over this period. In case the school does not have any host family availability, students might be asked to move to one of the school’s student residences and the supplement will be refunded.

Accommodation is always subject to availability and cannot always be guaranteed. Once accommodation is confirmed we can only guarantee a place for the duration initially booked.

Homestay and residential accommodation require compliance with a set of guidelines set out by Atlas, the host families and the residence management. For further details, please contact the school.

Malta:
All accommodation bookings with Atlas are subject to an accommodation placement fee of €30. Homestay accommodation is based on a 7-night stay starting from Saturday or Sunday whereas residential accommodation is based on a 7-night stay starting from Sunday. check-out in residential accommodation is at 10.00am.

Accommodation is always subject to availability and cannot always be guaranteed. Once accommodation is confirmed we can only guarantee a place for the duration initially booked.

A supplement of €50 per week will apply to students who are accommodated in a host family over the Christmas holidays (2 weeks). Please contact the school directly for full details of host family availability over this period. In case the school does not have any host family availability, students might be asked to move to one of the school’s student residences and the supplement will be refunded.

Homestay and residential accommodation require compliance with a set of guidelines set out by Atlas, the host families and the residence management. For further details, please contact the school.

Visa

Non-EU students should contact their local Irish (to study in Ireland) or Maltese (to study in Malta) Embassy for visa requirements.

Insurance

All non-EU students are advised to take out private medical insurance. Students from the EU should travel to Ireland with their European Health Insurance Card to cover public medical care.

 

2. Enrolment

 

Enrolment Dates

New students should refer to their enrolment confirmation for course and accommodation dates. Please note that the invoice does not reflect the course dates but the date of enrolment.

 

Continuity of Enrolment

Enrolment of a current student will be terminated if:

  • The student notifies Atlas Language School of his/her wish to terminate their enrolment;
  • The student withdraws from their nominated course;
  • Atlas Language School terminates the student’s enrolment or suspends or excludes the student in accordance with the provisions of our Policies and Procedures; or
  • The student has completed all course requirements.

 

Refusal and Cancellation of Enrolment

Atlas Language School may cancel an enrolment, refuse to enrol, or refuse to re-enrol a person/student for the following reasons:

  • The student has a Beginner level of English;
  • We cannot accommodate absolute beginners but our courses star tat an Elementary level;
  • Misconduct (refer to the section on Code of Behaviour);
  • Failure to satisfy the minimum academic requirements for courses chosen;
  • Failure to arrive on the commencement date;
  • The student has gained admission by misrepresentation, falsification of documents or other
    fraudulent means;
  • Failure to fulfil the normal admission or enrolment requirements;
  • Non-payment of tuition fees;
  • Cancellation of a student’s visa;
  • Non-attendance or consistently low attendance;
  • Other reasons as deemed by the school’s management.

 

3. Payment

 

Dublin

All course fees should be paid in full at least 15 days prior to the student commencing their course.

Atlas have partnered with PaytoStudy and Flywire to make international payments safe and easy.

For non-EEA students who require a visa before entering Ireland:

For visa required students, payment must be made at least 30 days before course commences so we can prepare the student acceptance letter. Please note that some visa applications need to be made several months in advance, so the payment has to be made accordingly.

Acceptance letters are only issued after full payment is received.

Please note in accordance with Irish immigration law your payment will be held in an escrow-type account until your visa application has been approved.

We have partnered with Flywire & PaytoStudy to provide this service, please see both payment options listed below.

Flywire
Flywire allows you to pay securely from any country and any bank, typically in your home currency.

By making your payment with Flywire you can:

  • Track your payments from start to finish
  • Save on bank fees and exchange rates
  • Contact their multilingual customer support team with any questions, day or night

Flywire offers multiple payment options and excellent foreign exchange rates. They’ll ensure your payment arrives safely and accurately.

PaytoStudy
PaytoStudy is an easy to use online system which offers a fast and secure way to pay fees at no cost to the payer. International Bank Transfer Fees are eliminated and payments can be processed and receipts issued within 48 hours. There is a 24 hour customer support service available via live chat, skype, phone and email.

Once funds are received by PaytoStudy, the payment is immediately transferred to the receiver’s account from the local PaytoStudy account in their home country.

For EU students:

You can pay through PaytoStudy without the option of credit/debit card payment but if you would like to pay by credit card this will be done directly through the school. Please note that payments by credit card will incur a 2% service charge.

For further details on the payment through PaytoStudy, please see: atlaslanguageschool.paytostudy.com

You may also pay by Bank Transfer. Please see bank transfer details below:

Bank: AIB, 40 Ranelagh Road, Ranelagh
Account Name: Atlas Language School
Account Number: 0193 1073
Sort Code: 93-12-92
BIC (Swift Number): AIBKIE2D
IBAN: IE46AIBK93129201931073

Important! Please use the student name as the reference for the bank transfer.

 

Malta

All course fees should be paid in full at least 15 days prior to the student commencing their course.

Atlas have partnered with Flywire to make international payments safe and easy.

For non-EEA students who require a visa

For visa required students, payment must be made at least 30 days before course commences so we can prepare the student acceptance letter. Please note that some visa applications need to be made several months in advance, so the payment has to be made accordingly.

Acceptance letters are only issued after full payment is received.

We have partnered with Flywire to provide this service, please see both payment options listed below.

Flywire
to offer secure payment from any country and any bank, typically in your home currency.

By making your payment with Flywire you can:

  • Track your payments from start to finish
  • Save on bank fees and exchange rates
  • Contact their multilingual customer support team with any questions, day or night

Flywire offers multiple payment options and excellent foreign exchange rates. They’ll ensure your payment arrives safely and accurately.

For EU students:

You may also pay by Bank Transfer. Please see bank transfer details below:

Bank: Allied Irish Banks, 40 Ranelagh Road, Ranelagh
Account Name: Atlas Language School
Account Number: 0193 1909
Sort Code: 93-12-92
BIC (Swift Number): AIBKIE2D
IBAN: IE75AIBK93129201931909

Important! Please use the student name as the reference for the bank transfer.

 

4. Cancellation Policy

Course Cancellation

Tuition fees are non-refundable once a student has commenced their course. If a student cancels their course more than 30 days before the course commences, all fees will be refunded.

If a student cancels their course less than 30 days before the course commences, fees will be refunded with the exception of the registration fee. In

If a student cancels their course due to a visa refusal, fees will be refunded with the exception of the registration fee and a cancellation charge of €65 (applies to Malta bookings only).

 

Putting a course on hold

In exceptional cases, a course can be put on hold for up to 12 months without any extra charge or increase in fees if the school is notified at least 2 weeks in advance of the course start. Please contact the school for further details.

If a course is postponed for more than 12 months after the initial course start dates, the regular cancellation fees apply and the booking will be seen as a new booking, i.e. new fees (course, accommodation, registration and placement fees, insurance and exam fee) will apply, if applicable.

If a course is postponed more than one time and the new course start date is more than 12 months after the very first course start date, cancellation fees and new fees (course, accommodation, registration and placement fees, insurance and exam fee) will apply, if applicable.

 

Accommodation Cancellation

Homestay

  1. If homestay accommodation is cancelled more than 30 days before arrival, all accommodation fees will be refunded.
  2. If homestay accommodation is cancelled more than 14 days but more than 7 days before arrival, all accommodation fees will be refunded with the exception of the accommodation placement fee.
  3. If homestay accommodation is cancelled less than 14 days before arrival, all accommodation fees will be refunded with the exception of the accommodation placement fee and one week’s accommodation.
  4. If homestay accommodation is postponed less than 7 days before arrival, the student will be charged for one week’s accommodation. For students starting in the first week of January, all changes must be done at least 7 days before the winter holidays start, otherwise this penalty will be charged accordingly.

 

Residence & Apartments

  1. If residential accommodation is cancelled or postponed more than 30 days before arrival, all accommodation fees will be refunded.
  2. If residential accommodation is cancelled or postponed more than 14 days before arrival, all accommodation fees will be refunded with the exception of the accommodation placement fee.
  3. If residential accommodation is cancelled or postponed less than 14 days before arrival, all accommodation fees will be refunded with the exception of the accommodation placement fee and one week’s accommodation.
  4. No refund will be made if a student makes alternative arrangements during their stay and decide not to continue to remain in our accommodation.
  5. No allowance will be made for absence from accommodation during the time arranged or for late arrival or early departure (including postponement).
  6. For students starting in the first week of January, all changes must be done at least 7 days before the winter holidays start, otherwise this penalty will be charged accordingly.

All penalties mentioned above will be charged without exceptions, also in the case of visa refusal or delays.

 

Airport Pickup Cancellation

If a student does not arrive at airport due to cancelled or missed flight without notifying Atlas, no refund of the airport pickup fees can be made.

 

5. Holiday Policy

Dublin

Holidays can be taken in one week blocks (Monday-Friday only), and you must notify the office in writing/by email in advance of your intention to use your holidays. Please note that holidays won’t be given after the week has already begun.

 

Holiday Policy for short-term (less than 25 weeks) students

Students on courses of 12 weeks or less
Generally, no holidays are allowed for students who are studying on courses that are less than 12 weeks.

Students studying on courses from 12 to 24 weeks
One week’s holiday is allowed for students who are studying on courses from 12 to 24 weeks. To request a holiday, please send an email to info@atlaslanguageschool.com. This request will be logged on the school online system. Holidays must be requested at least one week in advance.

 

Holiday Policy for long-term (25 weeks) non-EEA students (Dublin only)

An Academic Year course lasts for 25 weeks after which students are entitled to take up to 10 weeks holiday before their visa expires. Normally Academic Year holidays are taken AFTER a student finishes their course. If students stay during the winter holidays, these two weeks of holidays are included in the 10 weeks of holidays, i.e. students only have 8 weeks of holidays after finishing their course. Also these two weeks of winter holidays do not need to be booked but are booked by default.

In the exceptional case where a long term non-EEA student wishes to take holidays during their course, this holiday period must be requested BEFORE starting their programme and/or registering with GNIB. In addition, holiday periods cannot at any point exceed 1/3 of the total weeks elapsed. This means that students need to have completed 9 weeks of their course before they can take holidays for the first time. After 9 weeks they can then take up to 3 weeks of holidays as they need to have studied 3 weeks for each week they want to take the holiday.

For Academic reasons students need to have 4 weeks of their course remaining, i.e. cannot take holidays in their final 4 weeks.

Early return from holidays is subject to availability of places in the school/class.

Malta

Holiday Policy for EU students

One week’s holiday is allowed for every 12 weeks of course. To request a holiday, please send an email to info.malta@atlaslanguageschool.com at least one week before you want to take your holiday. This request will be logged on the school online system. Holidays must be requested at least one week in advance.

Holiday Policy for non-EEA students

Generally, no holidays are allowed for non-EEA students who are studying on courses that are less than 12 weeks.

 

6. Further Conditions

  1. Registration will be confirmed for each student only upon receipt of completed Booking Form and full payment of fees.
  2. We do not accept responsibility for costs incurred due to flight delays or cancellations.
  3. We do not take responsibility for loss or theft of belongings.
  4. Refunds, partial refunds or compensation of any kind will not be given for Public Holidays, for days missed during the course, for late arrival or early departure, days missed due to adverse weather conditions, acts of governments, interruption of electrical power, fire, floods, war, other natural disasters, disease outbreaks or other Acts of Gods.
  5. During peak times classes may be held at additional premises.
  6. If a student wishes to return to their home country or take holidays elsewhere during the term of their English Language Programme they are free to do so, but no credit will be given for missed study time.
  7. In the event that students are unable to attend lessons due to illness, these sick days will not be added to the end of the course period.
  8. Promotional Photographs and Videos: Atlas or its representatives may take photographs and videos of classes or other school activities during your time with us, which may be used for promotional purposes. If you do not wish to appear in any promotional materials, please advise us at the time of booking.

 

2019 Academic Calendar (Dublin and Malta)

TermStart DateEnd DateWeeks
1: WinterMonday 7th JanuaryFriday 29thMarch12 weeks
2: SpringMonday 1st AprilFriday 21st June12 weeks
3: SummerMonday 24th JuneFriday 20th September13 weeks
4: AutumnMonday 23rd SeptemberFriday 20th December13 weeks
ClosedMonday 23rd DecemberFriday 3rd January2 weeks
Winter 2020Monday 6th January 2020

 

2020 Academic Calendar (Dublin and Malta)

TermStart DateEnd DateWeeks
1: WinterMonday 6th JanuaryFriday 27th March12 weeks
2: SpringMonday 30th MarchFriday 19th June12 weeks
3: SummerMonday 22nd JuneFriday 18th September13 weeks
4: AutumnMonday 21st SeptemberFriday 18th December13 weeks
ClosedMonday 21st DecemberFriday 1st January2 weeks
Winter 2021Monday 4th January 2021

 

2019 Bank Holidays (Ireland)

  • New Year’s Day: Tuesday, 1st January
  • St. Patrick’s Day: Monday, 18th March
  • Good Friday*: Friday, 19th April
  • Easter Monday: Monday, 22nd April
  • May Day: Monday, 6th May
  • June Bank Holiday: Monday, 3rd June
  • August Bank Holiday: Monday, 5th August
  • October Bank Holiday: Monday, 28th October
  • Christmas Day: Wednesday, 25th December
  • St. Stephen’s Day: Thursday, 26th December

* Good Friday is not a public holiday in Ireland, though like many schools and businesses we are closed on that day for a long Easter weekend.

2019 Bank Holidays (Malta)

  • New Year’s Day: Tuesday, 1st January
  • St. Joseph’s Day: Tuesday, 19th March
  • Good Friday: Friday, 19th April
  • Worker’s Day: Wednesday, 1st May
  • Sette Giugno: Friday, 7th June
  • Assumption Day: Thursday, 15th August
  • Republic Day: Friday, 13th December
  • Christmas Eve: Tuesday, 24th December
  • Christmas Day: Wednesday, 25th December

 

2020 Bank Holidays (Ireland)

  • New Year’s Day: Wednesday, 1st January
  • St. Patrick’s Day: Tuesday, 17th March
  • Good Friday*: Friday, 10th April
  • Easter Monday: Monday, 13th April
  • May Day: Monday, 4th May
  • June Bank Holiday: Monday, 1st June
  • August Bank Holiday: Monday, 3rd August
  • October Bank Holiday: Monday, 26th October
  • Christmas Day: Friday, 25th December
  • St. Stephen’s Day: Monday, 28th December

* Good Friday is not a public holiday in Ireland, though like many schools and businesses we are closed on that day for a long Easter weekend.

2020 Bank Holidays (Malta)

  • New Year’s Day: Wednesday, 1st January
  • Feast of St Paul’s shipwreck: Monday, 10th February
  • Feast St. Joseph’s: Thursday, 19th March
  • Freedom Day: Tuesday, 31st March
  • Good Friday: Friday, 10th April
  • Worker’s Day: Friday, 1st May
  • Feast of Saint Peter and Saint Paul: Monday, 29th June
  • Feat of Our Lady of Victories: Tuesday, 8th September
  • Independence Day: Monday, 21st September
  • Immaculate Conception Day: Tuesday, 8th December
  • Christmas Day: Frdiay, 25th December

 

 

*All information is correct at the time of publishing, October 2019.