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Dublin is an incredibly charming city with some captivating living history along its streets. Getting in and around the city and its suburbs is quite easy with the help of well-connected public transport network which includes trains, ferries, trams, and buses. Board the coastal train, the DART, to discover the lovely villages and towns dotted along the coast. The city is home to some of the best universities in the world, which attract thousands of international students every year. Although the universities in Dublin have a limited number of student hall, there are other off-campus alternatives available for students.
These off-campus student home are known as purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA), which offer a wide variety of room types based on your budget and other preferences. University Living, a tech-enabled student housing platform offers such student accommodations to students who are going abroad for higher education.
What sets Dublin apart?
This beautiful Irish capital has a lot more to give than the stereotypes. This is a Viking city at its heart and its streets are an eclectic mix of history and contemporary. While walking around the city you’ll stumble upon ancient history at every turn such as the medieval crypt in Christ Church Cathedral and Viking history at Dublin Castle. The best thing about Dubliners is that craic(fun) is something which comes to them naturally. Visit any one of the hundreds of great bars in the city and you’ll surely have a great night out.
The city has got a thriving food scene, with the streets of the capital offering more food options than ever before. Explore the largest city-centre parks in the world, Phoenix Park which is also home to the President’s house, Dublin zoo, amongst others. Dublin has a vibrant nightlife and its pub-to-person ratio is the envy of many popular cities. You can enjoy in a wide variety of clubs regardless of your music tastes, preference, and nightlife habits. Visit the St Stephen’s Green, an oasis of tranquillity, and a popular picnic spot for locals, its monuments, ornamental lakes and Victorian features make this a little slice of city heaven.
Student Life Dublin
Students can opt to live in a student apartment, student flat, shared and en-suite room, as well as a self-contained student accommodation Dublin. These properties are located within easy accessible distance of the city’s top universities which drastically cut down on travel time. Dublin is quite a safe place to live and you can find very few places offering such a dense constellation of cultural attractions, social activities, sporting facilities, and options for retail therapy.
Universities in Dublin
Situated on a bay on the east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey, Dublin is home to four major universities and several other higher education institutions – Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin, Griffith College, University College Dublin, and Dublin Business School, to name a few. Trinity College Dublin was founded in 1592 and is located in the heart of the Irish capital. The campus acts as a major tourist attraction, owing to the fame, appeal and beauty of its buildings that cover around 220,000 square metres of land with a mixture of classic and modern architecture. It is Ireland's oldest surviving university and also one of the seven ancient universities of Britain and Ireland.
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