With 57% of the 35,000 international students in Ireland calling the region their home, Dublin has become a hub for international students seeking to undertake further education. This is as a result of a number of interconnected factors. Firstly, it’s a wealth of knowledge; we have a long-standing tradition as a learning hub and today we boast a wide array of third level institutions and courses to choose from. Also, being the only English speaking capital in the Eurozone, the region has become a focal point for learning English. However, it is not only Dublin’s exceptional commitment to knowledge that makes it attractive to international students. Dublin holds a place in many people’s hearts, it’s friendly and welcoming nature, coupled with its vibrant and cosmopolitan streets allow people new to Dublin to quickly feel at home.
Education in Ireland
Education in Ireland promotes Ireland as a great destination to get a high quality education and study in Ireland.
There are a variety of options to choose from when deciding on accommodation:
On Campus Accommodation: All universities have halls of residence, which include a private room and shared bathroom, kitchen and living spaces. Prices vary and can be found the university’s website. All universities also have an accommodation officer who can give you advice. See our list of universities and colleges.
Private rented accommodation: Flat/apartment sharing is a popular option for a lot of students. We’ve linked to sites for advice and search listings below.
Daft.ie – Student Accommodation
Find student accommodation in Dublin, e.g. student house shares, student lets and rentals, etc.