Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQS )

The following is a list of our most frequently asked questions. Click on a subject heading below to view questions and answers relating to your selection. If you have any questions which are not answered in this section, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our team members will be happy to assist you!


Students can enrol directly through our online booking system by filling out the registration form.
Yes, we are glad to take advance bookings. Just complete the online enrolment form or send us an e-mail with your choice of programme, preferred start date and time, and we will arrange a schedule for you. Once a schedule is agreed we will require a 30% deposit to hold the booking for you.
All programmes vary in price, date and duration. You can contact us directly for pricing questions.
Please view the page for each programme or download our brochure for details on start dates.
You can pay the deposit by international bank transfer using the bank details that will be provided by Rite University staff to you after you have registered for a programme.
Your programme balance is due no later than the two weeks before you commence your studies with us.


Our team members will help you to settle in and answer any questions that you may have. You will meet some of your teachers during your campus orientation on your first day as well.
On the second day of the programme you will need to take a placement test which consists of two separate tests: written and oral. According to the test results, you will be directed to the appropriate classes for your level.
Your core language learning programme will take place every day from 9am to 12.30pm (excluding full – day excursion days). In addition, you will have also afternoon and evening activities most of the days at 2pm and 8pm. Arrival/departure days are travelling days and include first and the last day of the programme. Excursions are organised each week.
No, you will not need to buy anything. Everything you need for your lessons will be supplied.
Yes, we provide free wireless internet access (Wi-Fi) for our students. You can ask our staff for the password.


  • Student residence: basic accommodation used exclusively for students with shared kitchens.
  • Student Apartments: accommodation with either shared or private kitchens.
  • Hotels and guest houses: accommodation usually with no cooking facilities.
Yes, there are washing and drying facilities on - site which the students may use.
Bed linens are provided and changed once a week. Towels are not provided if your accommodation is residential.


We have an emergency phone number which is answered by member of staff at all times.
If you need to see a doctor, we will give you advice where to go and help you make an appointment. If you will be bringing medications, you need your prescription from your physician, and the medications have to be in the original packaging.
Yes, you are able to use your phone abroad, but you must be aware of the increased usage charges. These will be dependent on the country you are visiting.
Information for students under 18:
  • When the evening activities end, students should always return home.
  • Students may leave campus for a few hours periodically if granted written permission by group leaders/parents to visit a friend or relative who is an adult.
  • It is illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to drink alcohol, purchase cigarettes or other tobacco products.
Our programme prices already include accommodation, meals, learning materials and excursion entrances. You have to bring your own spending money for personal needs, souvenirs and snacks. However, we do not recommend that you bring too much pocket money.
Yes, there are available cash points for withdrawals.
Yes, there are shops within walking distance throughout our campus including souvenir and grocery shops.


Following is a list of destinations where tap water is potable:
  • Ireland
  • England
  • Austria
  • France
All our programmes are full - board. Students will have:
  • A continental breakfast.
  • A plated lunch when on the campus or packed lunch when on a full – day excursion.
  • A plated dinner.
  • Breakfast may include: bread, Nutella, fruit, yoghurt, fruit juice, cereal, cheese, ham, milk and jam.
  • Lunch and dinner may include: selection of different meals, vegetarian options, vegetables, deserts and drinks.
In order to meet the dietary needs of students, all of our destinations offer a wide variety of food items on a daily basis. We can guarantee that the students with specific dietary requirements will be able to receive appropriate food.


We strongly recommend a good medical coverage. You can either obtain your own health insurance or we can provide one that covers you until the end of the programme for additional charge.
You will need a valid passport or ID card for the whole duration of your studies and depending on your nationality and destination you may also need a visa for your stay.
You should bring:
  • Dictionary
  • Camera
  • Comfortable clothing and shoes
  • Mobile phone charger and adapter
  • Plug adapter for electrical items
  • Laundry bag
  • Toiletries such as toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo and shower gel
  • Towels – these are not provided if your accommodation is residential.
Most of your clothes should be informal or casual. You will need some warm and waterproof clothing and something a little more formal for evenings at social activities. An umbrella or raincoat is also recommended.
Carry – on luggage packing tips:
  • Keep your medicine, money, valuable and important travel documents in easy reach in your hand luggage.
  • Only limited quantities of any liquid, gels or pastes may be carried through security screening. You can bring liquids in containers of 100mls or less packed in a single transparent, resealable one litre plastic bag.
  • Place heavy items at the bottom of your bag.
  • Group and roll several garments together to prevent wrinkles and save packing space.
For further details on your hand and checked baggage allowances go to your airline's website to see their specific baggage rules.