If you want to study in Dublin, you need to figure out which institution of higher education you’d like to attend. You may also need to navigate the likes of student visas and tuition fees. After this, it’s time to suss out whether or not student life in Dublin is right for you. Luckily, it’s a big part of the city’s appeal for many international students.
You should be aware that the cost of living for students can be quite high in Dublin. This is largely due to the high cost of student accommodation. However, living in Dublin as a student offers a lot of advantages too.
The city is home to tons of wonderful museums and galleries – many of which are free to visit. Then there’s a vibrant nightlife, which student hotspots, nights and events contribute to hugely. Some colleges and universities even have their own bars, as well as cafés, restaurants and canteens.
Dublin’s larger institutions are also home to a wide variety of sports teams and clubs where students can get together with other people who share their interests. Some even have societies run by and for students from various countries. For example, TCD has a Chinese Society and UCD runs an Arab Society.
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