A new Canadian vista for Dublin language school
With 2019 marking its 40th year in business, Dublin company Centre of English Studies (CES) continues to expand in Ireland and overseas, having recently opened its first Canadian base in Toronto.
Headquartered in Dublin, CES was established in 1979 by Rosemary Quinn, mother of the company’s current chief executive, Justin Quinn, who joined in 1989 and took over at the helm 22 years ago.
CES now has 40 permanent classrooms at three sites in Dublin. The company...
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