Would you like to stay in Ireland a bit longer and practice your language skills?
Do you like nature and animals?
Students on the English and Wwoofing programme start with an English language course (min 2 weeks). Following to the course the participants will work on an Irish farm and receive accommodation in return.
Wwoofing has become very popular in recent years with people who like a hands-on approach to working and learning in a natural environment.
The organisation WWOOF Ireland (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms in Ireland) lists organic farms in Ireland who take wwoofers for a couple of weeks.
How does it work?
Read through the wwoof.ie website to find out if wwoofing is something you would enjoy. If it is follow the steps on their website.
We recommend wwoofers to attend an English Language Course first to improve their general fluency of English and gain confidence in using the language.
We assist wwoofers in planning their journey from Wexford (at the end of their course) to the town or village where the farm is located. We also assist should any language problems arise between the wwoofer and the host farm.