Welcome to Dublin

Where better to live than this vibrant city, with its rich cultural history and lifestyle filled with craic, buzz and banter.  There’s so much to see and do.

With mountains, parks and beaches all with easy reach, you’re never far from nature.  Come join us

Student Accommodation

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Marino Institute of Education. Griffith Avenue. Dublin. D09 R232

Modern student apartments, located on-campus at MIE and just 4km from Dublin city centre.  Great community atmosphere, fantastic facilities, superfast fibre broadband and hassle-free with all utilities included.  be at home

from €230 per week

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Dublin Student Accommodation from €230 per week

Whether you’re moving to Dublin from Cork or China – Failte (Welcome)

Full of life, history, culture and of course, the ‘craic’, Dublin has so much to see and do. We’ve put together a few handy tips, to make the most of your experience.

With a vast array of new cafes and eateries, bars, venues, independent shops and public spaces, Dublin has so much to discover.

Getting Around

Dublin is well connected with an international airport and national train & bus networks.

Within the city, there’s a choice of bus, Luas light rail, DART coastal train and, of course, Dublin Bikes.  Hop-on the DART or jump on a bike to the fishing village of Howth; or head south and take a hike in the fabulous Wicklow mountains. 

A LEAP card will give you access to the city’s bus, Luas and DART services with discounts for students and regular travellers.

Dublin getting around
Dublin nightlife

Night Life

Dublin is a student city with a vibrant nightlife – from bars and nightclubs to live music venues, comedy clubs and infamous bingo nights.

There’s a host of cafes and eateries to discover in neighbourhoods all over the city.

Dublin Must Do


  • Get an earful at Whelan’s
  • Access the VIP area at Coppers
  • Soak up the atmosphere at Croke Park
  • Explore Phoenix Park 
  • Chill out or enjoy a gig at Iveagh Gardens 
  • Browse the Temple Bar Market and graze at the Food Market in Temple House Square
  • Expand your mind and feed your soul in any of the many theatres and museums throughout the city

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