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Student Accommodation Dublin

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Northwood Ave, Santry Demesne, Dublin, D09 N9W7, Ireland
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155/week

The Loom

5.28 miles
Cork St, The Liberties, Dublin, D08 P772, Ireland
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279/week

Ardcairn House

5.73 miles
Ardcairn House, 8 Grangegorman Lower, Arran Quay, Dublin, D07 W5F3, Ireland
Ensuite  · Studio   
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293/week

The Tannery

5.63 miles
The Tannery, Mill St, Dublin, D08 K0HD, Ireland
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310/week

Bangor House Deaf Village, Navan Rd, Cabra West, Dublin 7, D07 HDK3, Ireland
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195/week

Zanzibar Locke

6.24 miles
34 Ormond Quay Lower, North City, Dublin 1, D01 YX09, Ireland
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8,023.77/month

Beckett Locke

7.65 miles
N Wall Ave, Point Square Village, North Wall, Dublin, D01 E5C7, Ireland
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5,620.16/month

33/34 Moss St, Dublin Docklands, Dublin, D02 E732, Ireland
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665/week

Staycity Tivoli

5.70 miles
135 Francis St, The Liberties, Dublin 8, D08 P5N2, Ireland
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665/week

84 Prussia St, Stoneybatter, Dublin, D07 XK49, Ireland
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300/week

Highfield Park

5.93 miles
Highfield Park, 274 N Circular Rd, Phibsborough, Dublin, D07 ED7R, Ireland
Ensuite  · Shared  · Studio   
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233/week

27-31 Church St, Inns Quay, Dublin 7, D07 RR82, Ireland
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No Visa No Pay
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213/week

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Everything about Student Accommodation Dublin

Dublin is the capital city of Ireland. With its unique history, it is a fantastic city that attracts a lot of students. The city is incredibly well-connected sharing its borders with nearby popular cities like Belfast, Galway, and Cork. Many people will accept it as a dream to have the opportunity to study here. 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 many student residencs in Dublin.
  • 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.

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. Klaw, Banyi Japanese Dining, and Bunsen are a few of them. You can experience amazing cuisines like Japanese or Chinese or enjoy some budget-friendly options too. The city also offers different kinds of events.One of the biggest festivals in Ireland takes place over two days and is called the New Year Festival. You may enjoy amazing light displays, music, and celebration at this New Year's Festival, which is a wonderful way to welcome in the new year. The 12-day Dublin International Film Festival was started in 2003 and takes place there each year. The festival features films from local as well as foreign directors and gives previews of everything.

Exploring Dublin

The capital's streets offer an unbelievable variety of food options, and the city offers a wonderful food culture. 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 accommodation 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 island of peace and also a major picnic spot for the people, monuments, and much more.

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. 

  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. Is Dublin safe for international students?

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Yes, Dublin is one of the safest destinations for international students and ranks #3 out of 163 on the Global Peace Index.

Q. Can I live for a short-term in Dublin student housing?

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This will vary and depend upon the type of student accommodation in Dublin. If you are seeking a short-term stay in Dublin, get in touch with our accommodation experts who will guide you through the process.

Q. Can I take a property tour before making payment for a student room in Dublin?

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You can request a virtual house viewing before making a payment for your student room in Dublin.

Q. Can I get a private student apartment in Dublin?

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Yes, you can get a private student apartment in Dublin, they are fully furnished and come with facilities inclusive of utility bills.

Q. Are Dublin student accommodation close to universities?

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Most of the student housing in Dublin is close to the top universities in Dublin. They are within walking distance to the uni campus, or just a hop away on a bus or train ride.

Q. What is the most likely type of student accommodation in Dublin?

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There is student housing which comprises student rooms such as studios and en-suite student rooms in Dublin. Then, there are student apartments in Dublin which offer single and shared student apartments in Dublin.

Q. How early should I start booking student accommodation in Dublin?

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The key to securing the best student housing in Dublin is to book student accommodation in Dublin as early as possible. You should book it a few months before you start your study aboard journey in the UK.

Q. How much should I pay for a security deposit to confirm my booking?

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A booking fee of €500 must be paid in advance to make a booking for a student home in Dublin.

Q. How to find budget-friendly student apartment in Dublin near universities?

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University Living is one place where you can find affordable student accommodation in Dublin near universities. We have an exhaustive list of student rooms and student apartments in many parts of the city. Get in touch with our experts for more information.

Q. What will be the average cost of student accommodation in Dublin?

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The average cost of student rentals in Dublin starts from €155/week onwards.

Q. Can I stay with my parents in the student apartment in Dublin for a few days?

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The visitor policy for any postgraduate accommodation in Dublin will vary and differ upon properties. To get more detailed information on the visitor policy, our accommodation experts will be glad to guide and assist you. Get in touch with us! 

Q. Can I change my room if I don’t like it after I moved in?

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Yes, you can get your room replaced if you do not like it. Just send in a room replacement request and we will arrange for a student room within 60 days (about 2 months).

Q. Can you guide me on the steps to book a student room in Dublin?

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Visit our website University Living, browse and compare the listed accommodation in Dublin. If you find a student home in Dublin that you like, you can give us a call and we will help you through the booking process.

Q. Can I get discounts on Dublin student accommodation?

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Yes, there are student discounts available with University Living for Dublin student accommodation.

Q. Are working professionals allowed to stay in private Dublin student accommodation?

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No, the private student accommodation is built and designed only for students studying in Dublin.

Q. How to find furnished student housing in Dublin?

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You can find cheap student accommodation in Dublin on University Living - a global student housing provider.