Nestled in south-west Ireland in the province of Munster, Cork is one of the most diverse and welcoming cities in the world. The city features architecturally notable buildings originating from the Medieval to Modern periods like the church tower of Shandon. It is home to the famous University College Cork and Cork Institute of Technology. These reputable universities attract international students from all walks of life. They flock to the city in hoards every year, making it difficult to secure quality student accommodation in Cork.
The universities in Cork are not able to accommodate such a large number of students due to the availability of limited student hall, thereby creating a large demand for private student housing. These off-campus student home are designed especially for students and offers spacious living spaces as well as a communal area, so the residents can maintain a study life balance. All these properties are located within walking distance of the city’s top universities, so you can save both time and money on the daily commute.
Students looking for off-campus alternatives in the city should visit student accommodation websites to make a well-informed decision about the best student accommodation. These properties offer a variety of student room based on your budget and other preferences – student flat, student apartment, student studio, as well as a shared and en-suite room. All these student accommodations are located in areas which are well-connected via public transport so you can easily explore the city and beyond at a moment’s notice! To ensure the safety of its residents, all the properties offer 24/7 CCTV surveillance and secure door entry.
Cork is regarded as Ireland’s food capital, thanks to a perfect combination of an abundance of high-quality local produce and a profusion of passionate and creative chefs. The city is jam-packed with buzzing pubs, fantastic galleries, and thought-provoking museums. Be a part of the Cork Jazz Festival which attracts tens of thousands of music fans to the city every October and is one of the most successful festivals of its kind. Cork is also known as the Rebel city due to its opposition to British rule throughout history. To know more about the city’s history, you can visit sites like the city’s Military Museum and the Cork City Gaol, where revolutionary nationalists and other rebels were once jailed. The city is the perfect starting point if you’re planning to follow Ireland’s spectacular Wild Atlantic route. Cork is the perfect destination with an abundance of things to do and see.