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Student Accommodations near 
Dublin City University, Dublin

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Ballymun Rd, Dublin 11
1.0 mi from University
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9m )
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15 Room Options
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€289/week
N Circular Rd, Dublin
2.7 mi from University
( 1h 2m
14m
36m )
gym
cinema
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13 Room Options
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€290/week
Ratoath Rd, Dublin 7
3.6 mi from University
( 1h 20m
15m
50m )
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Study Corner
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€195/week
Dominick Street Upper, Dublin 7
3.0 mi from University
( 1h 9m
16m
33m )
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11 Room Options
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€302/week
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Prussia St, Dublin
3.4 mi from University
( 1h 16m
16m
49m )
game room
bills included
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€300/week
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Grangegorman Lower, Dublin
3.3 mi from University
( 1h 16m
17m
40m )
gym
cinema
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7 Room Options
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€294/week
Mayor Street Upper, Dublin 1
3.8 mi from University
( 1h 28m
18m
49m )
gym
bills included
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3 Room Options
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€248/week
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Gardiner Street Lower, Dublin 1
3.0 mi from University
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15m
37m )
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€291/week
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Phibsborough Rd, Dublin 7
2.8 mi from University
( 1h 4m
13m
26m )
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Cinema
7 Room Options
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€300/week
Cork St, Dublin 8
4.3 mi from University
( 1h 39m
22m
1h 13m )
gym
Cinema Room
Residents' Events
4 Room Options
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€320/week
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

When should you start looking for off-campus Dublin City University accommodation?

 

It's beneficial to start your hunt for off-campus Dublin City University accommodation early. Amber helps you with the paperwork of the place, the amenities provided, and the location and proximity to your university. Thorough research is essential to ensure smooth Dublin City University accommodation booking.

What should I look for when booking off-campus Dublin City University accommodation?

 

Consider the following things while looking at off-campus Dublin City University student accommodation with amber. 

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How can off-campus Dublin City University accommodation be rented?

 

Select, pay, and book. After you shortlist from our catalog of more than 5,000+ options in off-campus Dublin City University accommodation, you will be provided free service throughout the entire process from our experienced team.

Contact us for further questions and guidance, and we'd be happy to assist you or watch a video for a detailed explanation. 

How much rent does a student pay for off-campus Dublin City University accommodation?

 

Several factors decide on off-campus Dublin City University student housing rent, and location is one of the essential aspects. Amber offers housing options ranging from £175/week to even a whopping £345/week. On average, you can expect to spend £200-270 per week on a decent room. Apart from the location, the rent also depends on various amenities and facilities provided by the housing and the room's configuration. For better understanding watch this video!

Which is the best Dublin City University accommodation?

 Point Campus is the best Dublin City University accommodation, providing you with excellent amenities and facilities.  

Which is the closest off-campus Dublin City University accommodation?

 The nearest Dublin City University accommodation  is North Circular Road It offers accommodation at a minimum price of £196/week. To browse more options click here

How do I pay for my Dublin City University accommodation?

 

Multiple payment options are available. You can pay via net banking or your debit card.

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Can I get discounts for Dublin City University accommodation?

 Yes, students who book earlier often earn generous discounts and pay much less rent for their hostel room. You can also leverage the discounts and cashback from group bookings. 

Can I stay with my friends at the Dublin City University accommodation campus?

 Yes, you can share your university accommodation with your friends, but the rules vary from University to University. We would suggest you consult the concerned authorities before you decide to move in. 

Can I view the Dublin City University accommodation before booking?

 Yes. If you want to plan a site check before booking a dorm, contact our booking experts, and we will arrange a virtual tour for you. You can contact us for further queries and guidance, and we'll be happy to assist you.  

Is it compulsory to stay in Dublin City University Hostels?

 No, it is not mandatory to stay in the university hostel. You can choose to stay in any accommodation of your choice.  

Student Accomodations in Dublin City University, Dublin

Student Accommodation near Dublin City University

 

Dublin City University is an academic institution based on the northside of Dublin, Ireland. Originally known as the National Institute for Higher Education, Dublin City University has recently incorporated four other Dublin-based educational institutions: Mater Dei Institute of Education, All Hallows College, the Church of Ireland College of Education, and St Patrick's College.

With the growing recognition every year, the university also acts as a host of many new students a new year, making it sometimes difficult for the student to find an ideal student accommodation at the time of shift. That is why the students are always recommended to look for their accommodation beforehand.

With amber, students get a one-stop solution for all accommodation problems where you get numerous options for student housing. Here, you get some amazing options ranging from all budget-friendly to luxurious accommodation equipped with all modern amenities and inclusive of all bills. So, before you are out of options. Check out some amazing student accommodation options near Dublin City University

About Dublin City University

 

Dublin City University is based on the Northside of Dublin, Ireland. DCU is known in Ireland and internationally for its diverse student body, with over 17,500 students from 55 countries across the world. DCU's students continuously ranked the University highly for student experience and DCU holds the accolade of the highest rate of graduate employment in the country amongst its graduates.

Dublin City University is 46 in this showcase of the next-generation, leading universities, all established in 1962. It has also been placed 86th among the top one hundred young universities in the Times Higher Education 100 under 50. DCU is also ranked in the top 4% of universities worldwide.

Best localities near the university.

 

Dublin has some of the best districts in Dublin for students, with a young population, lots of university buildings and plenty of places to slurp on some drinks. If you're a student seeking a hedonistic dose of Dublin, consider living in City Center South. Apart from that some of the popular places for students in Dublin are:

Smithfield 

Smithfield is a bustling, lively neighbourhood full of culture. Smithfield is home to many high-end residential properties and is perfect for students looking for private student accommodation in Dublin in a trendy, up-and-coming area. Once an open market, Smithfield Square has become a local hang-out spot. 

Portobello

Located by the Grand Canal, Portobello is one of the city’s most desirable neighbourhoods. Portobello residents are primarily students and young working professionals. The area is easily accessible, serviced by many bus routes and walking distance from the city centre. The neighbourhood is home to many bakeries and cafes for students to visit during their free time.  Portobello has a close-knit community and makes residents feel at home, perfect for anyone looking for Dublin student accommodation in a friendly area.  

Stoneybatter

Historically known as Bohernaglogh and located along the River Liffey, Stoneybatter is a neighbourhood on the north side. It is perfect for students often referred to as the city’s hipster corner. Stoneybatter is a quirky, fun neighbourhood with some of the city’s most exciting restaurants. Some must-try restaurants in the area are Grano, Love Supreme, and a small bakery called Slice. Stoneybatter is the perfect location for anyone looking for student housing in Dublin near good food. 

Grangegorman

Grangegorman is a small suburb on the north side of the city. The area underwent significant redevelopment over the last few decades and has transformed into a bustling neighbourhood. Close to the city centre, Grangegorman is conveniently located and easy to access by many bus routes. The Technological University of Dublin also has a campus in this neighbourhood, making Grangegorman the perfect location for any TU  student looking for housing near their university. 

Cost of living

 

The cost of your student accommodation in Dublin will likely be your most significant expense during your stay in the city. However, there are some other unavoidable expenses to consider when planning your budget. 

Food & Groceries: € 200 - €300 per month

Travel: €50 - €135 per month

Books and Stationery:€ 70-€200 per semester

Mobile: €30-€70 per month

Clothes: €40-€300 per month

Student travel near the University

 

Being in the city of Dublin, getting around the city is pretty easy. The city has a reasonably well-developed public transport system. Students can use buses and trains to get around the city or even rent bicycles. If students want to save on travel, they should look for student accommodation in Dublin that is easily accessible by public transport. 

Buses

The city has a well-connected bus network, with 120 routes and 18-night routes for students to get around the city. Tickets can be purchased online or on the bus itself, and bus fares depend on the distance travelled. Students can also buy a leap card, a prepaid bus card that will save them some money and can be used on all buses. Students can purchase a Leap card from several locations, which they can find here. 

Trains

Students can also get around the city using the Dublin Area Rapid Transit (DART). Trains are well connected and frequent, running every ten minutes. They run from the coast of the Irish Sea in North county to Greystones in the south. DART also runs commuter lines that allow students to travel to different cities and towns. 

Student life at Dublin City University

 

Student life in Dublin is about much more than just studying. There are plenty of cultural attractions, events, sports and clubs to enjoy too. From restaurants to events, students will find a lot to do in the city,

Best Restaurants

  • Klaw: Klaw is a seafood restaurant that serves up a range of options like lobster, crab, oysters, clams and a range of other dishes that seafood lovers must try. 
  • Bani Japanese Dining: Great for anyone that loves Japanese food, Banyi Japanese is perfect for students looking for a cheap, tasty bite to eat. 
  • Bunsen: A budget-friendly student favourite, Bunsen has some of the best burgers in town. Bunsen has some of the best fries in town with a small but delicious menu. 

Events

New Year’s Festival: A two-day celebration and one of the biggest in Ireland, the New Year’s Festival is a great way to bring in the new year. The celebration includes stunning light shows, music and a fireworks display. People from all over Ireland flock to the city during the new year to get the chance to experience this fun-filled, lively and vibrant event.

Dublin International Film Festival: Established in 2003, the Film Festival is a 12-day event in the city every year.  The festival features films from international and local filmmakers and hosts screenings of everything from documentaries and feature films to cutting-edge short films. 

Tourist attraction near Dublin City University

 

Dublin has a lot other than Bars & Clubs, Landmarks and salons. Some of the places you won’t regret exploring in Dublin in your free time are:

1.       National Botanic Gardens

2.       St Patrick’s Cathedral

3.       Guinness Storehouse

4.       Phoenix Park

5.       Dublin Castle

Popular Courses at Dublin City University

 

Dublin City University offers some popular programs under different domains. Some of them are:

1.       MS

2.       MIM

3.       BBA

4.       B.E.

5.       Meng

6.       B.Sc.

7.       M.A.

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