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Everything about Student Accommodation Dublin

Dublin is the capital city of Ireland. It is a charming city that attracts many students with its fascinating history. The city is incredibly well-connected sharing its borders with nearby popular cities like Belfast, Galway, and Cork. Getting the opportunity to study here will be a dream come true for many. The city and its suburbs are easily accessible because of a well-connected public transportation network including trains, ferries, trams, and buses. There are many student accommodations in Dublin available in a range of room options based on your budget and other preferences.

Best Areas to Live in Dublin

  • Smithfield: Smithfield is a lively neighborhood that is full of culture. It is home to different high-end residential properties and is perfect for students who are looking for private student apartments in Dublin.
  • Portobello: Located by the Grand Canal, Portobello is one of the city’s most desired neighborhoods. The residents are primarily students as well as young working professionals. The area is easily accessible as it is closer to the city center.
  • Stoneybatter: Historically known as Bohernaglogh, it is situated along the River Liffey. It is perfect for those who like to be a part of the city’s hipster corner. This place is quite quirky and fun with some of the city’s most exciting restaurants.

Universities in Dublin

Located on a bay on the east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey Dublin is one of the renowned places. There is a wide range of universities and institutions including Trinity College Dublin, Griffith College, University College Dublin, and Dublin Business School. The renowned Trinity College in Dublin was founded in the year 1592 and is located in the heart of the Irish capital.

Student Life in Dublin

Students can enjoy an amazing time as the student rooms in Dublin are loaded with different amenities. Many good restaurants in Dublin offer great food. Some of them include Klaw, Banyi Japanese Dining, and Bunsen. You can experience amazing cuisines like Japanese or Chinese or enjoy some budget-friendly options too. The city also offers different kinds of events. The New Year Festival is a two-day celebration and one of the biggest in Ireland. This New Year’s Festival is a great way to bring in the New Year and you can enjoy stunning light shows, music, and fireworks displays. Dublin International Film Festival was established in the year 2003 and it’s a 12-day event in the city every year. The festive features films from local as well as international filmmakers and hosts screenings of everything.

Exploring Dublin

The city has got an amazing food scene with the streets of the capital offering an amazing range of food options. You can explore the largest city-center parks in the world, Phoenix Park that is also home to the president’s house, and Dublin zoo amongst others. Besides amazing student housing in Dublin, the city offers a vibrant nightlife, and its pub-to-people ratio is the envy of many renowned cities. You can easily enjoy it, as there is a wide range of clubs regardless of your music taste, preferences and nightlife habits. You can visit St. Stephen’s Green, an oasis of tranquility and also a major picnic spot for the locals, monuments, and much more.

Famous Universities in Dublin:

  1. Dublin City University
  2. CCT College Dublin
  3. Dublin Institute of Technology
  4. BIMM Dublin
  5. National College of Ireland
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Q. As a student, where should I reside in Dublin?

A. When looking for student homes in Dublin, University College Dublin students might consider the lovely neighborhoods of Central Dublin, Dun Laoghaire, and Tallaght.

Q. Is housing affordable in Dublin?

A. Housing rents can vary greatly here in Dublin. With University Living you can follow these easy steps:- 1- Search and select the room of your choice 2- Pay the security deposit (if necessary) and 3- Confirm your move-in date

Q. What kind of rentals can I get?

A. Some of the common types of rentals one can look for are: 1-Private Rentals 2-Studios

Q. What are some student housing considerations?

A. Location matters most. How your rooms fit your lifestyle is another consideration. You should also assess whether your choice is affordable and sustainable. University Living is one stop solution to all these factors.

Q. Are student accommodations affordable in Dublin?

A. You don’t have to worry about the budget you can get affordable student accommodation within your specified budget

Q. What are some of the famous places a student can visit?

A. There are 2 very good places for students to visit, one the Light House Cinema and second the St Stephen's Green. Dublin's "art-house" Light House Cinema plays foreign-language films and one-time masterpieces. St Stephen's Green may become your favourite downtown area for picnicking, studying, reading a book in person, jogging, or whatever.

Q. What are the Cost-effective methods of transportation?

A. You can get anywhere in Dublin with a Student Leap Card, including on the Luas, DART, Commuter Rail, and buses. In addition, you can save 20% on intercity travel with Bus Éireann when you use the card instead of paying cash for a single ticket.

Q. Do we pay extra for using fitness suites and other communal spaces in the student accommodation property?

A. These amenities are included in your package and are part of your rent. So you don’t pay anything extra for using any facility inside the student accommodation premises.

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