About EIL Intercultural Learning
EIL was first introduced to Ireland in 1964 and has operated a full time office in Cork since 1989. Since then, over 30,000 people have taken part in EIL travel and learning opportunities in and out of Ireland.
EIL Intercultural Learning is an Irish “not for profit” organisation which provides intercultural learning opportunities through study abroad, volunteer abroad, language training, travel awards, group educational programmes, and other cultural immersion activities for almost 2,000 people each year.
The Mission of EIL Intercultural Learning Ireland is: To provide intercultural learning experiences which enrich lives, promote understanding of other cultures and challenge individuals to be more globally aware and responsible.
In short the aim of EIL Intercultural Learning is to enrich lives and to inspire global citizenship.
Aisling Meade (Senior Manager)
Fiona O’Leary (Manager of Educational and Cultural Groups Department)
Anton Kieffer (Manager Volunteers for Global Citizenship Department)
Genevieve O’Connor (Manager Study Abroad Department)
Daire Hickey (Vice Chairperson)
Kety Dobey (Treasurer)
Phone: 021 4551535 (in Ireland) +353 21 4551535 (from outside of Ireland)