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Student accommodation in Dublin
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Student areas in Dublin
In close proximity to Dublin City University, Ballymun is increasingly a popular choice for student properties in Dublin. Located directly north of the city centre, Ballymun student houses also benefit from being on the doorstep of the only Ikea in Ireland, so get your tools ready to kit out your room! For those coming to Dublin from afar, Ballymun is on the doorstep of Dublin Airport, making your trips home at the end of each term nice and easy!
Located on the Northside of Dublin and with the River Tolka running through it, Drumcondra is well located to offer student houses to anyone attending TU Dublin, Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and Dublin City University. If you’re a sports fan, head down the road to Croke Park for Gaelic Football and Hurling matches. With a capacity of 80,000, it also plays host to concerts and other major events throughout the year.
You’ll be set for a good “craic” if you choose to live in student accommodation in Dublin city centre. Most of the university campuses are based here and the centre of Dublin has something new to explore at every turn - from picnics in Pheonix Park to The National Botanic Gardens.
Situated between Stoneybatter and Phibsboro - Grangegorman is a suburban area on the outskirts of the City Centre in Dublin 7. The area is now being developed into an urban quarter and the site of the new DIT campus. Residents rave about the great community feel and abundance of green space. And students love the area because of the fantastic range of student housing in Dublin.
Stoneybatter is a neighbourhood located on the Northside of the city and it's in the Dublin 7 postal district. It's an up-and-coming area with a variety of independent shops, cafes, and pubs to choose from. Stoneybatter is well connected with bus routes to the city centre or to campus and offers plenty of choices when it comes to cheap student accommodation in Dublin.
The Liberties is located south of the River Liffey in Dublin 8 and is one of Dublin's richly historic neighbourhoods. Many Trinity College Dublin students choose to live here due to its close proximity to the campus which is a short stroll away. Aside from that - there’s a host of student rentals in Dublin available in all shapes and sizes. There are several traditional pubs and bars to visit in The Liberties. It's also close to both the city centre and Temple Bar and just over 1km from Heuston Station and St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
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Student accommodation in Dublin start at €150 and can cost over €350 per person per week (pppw). For purpose built apartments, the average is €251 pppw. How much you spend all depends on your preferences and whether you choose to opt for a student house share in Dublin or luxury student accommodation in Dublin. Your chosen neighbourhood can have a huge influence on your monthly rental cost too.
Some of the most popular areas for student homes in Dublin include the city centre, Stoneybatter, Grangegorman and the Liberties.
Dublin is certainly one of the more expensive cities to live in as a student, but there are many ways to be savvy and live comfortably on a budget. Living in a house share is one of the best ways to save costs and find cheap student accommodation in Dublin.
The University College Dublin is located in Belfield, Dublin 4.
Yes, Dublin City University does have its own accommodation on campus. We specialise in providing private student accommodation in Dublin.
With more than 100,00 students living in the city and some prestigious universities - Dublin is a desirable place to live. The vibrant nightlife and culture all contribute to Dublin being a great city for students.
Many student properties in Dublin are now advertised with bills included in the price. Where this is the case, your rental price could include electricity, gas, internet and water bills and this is clearly stated on the listing. Properties without bills included are also available, giving you the flexibility to choose your own energy and water suppliers and internet service provider.
It is normal for property managers to require you to pay a security deposit at the time of booking or before you move in. As long as you look after the property and have no deductions for damage or unpaid rent, your deposit will be returned to you after your tenancy agreement ends.
The majority of student accommodation in Dublin is rented for fixed contract lengths. For purpose built student accommodation, 43 and 51 week fixed term contracts are the most common. For shared houses, 52 week stays are the most common and generally start in July to September.
Short-term student rentals in Dublin are becoming more popular every year. As a result, property managers are increasingly offering shorter tenancy lengths, whether for the summer period or for individual semesters and terms. This is more common in the purpose built student accommodation sector than in shared student rental houses in Dublin.
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