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University College Dublin, Dublin

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Mayor Street Upper, Dublin 1
3.8 mi from University
( 1h 26m
20m
44m )
gym
bills included
laundry facility
3 Room Options
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From
€248/week
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Mill St, Dublin 8
3.8 mi from University
( 1h 27m
21m
1h 3m )
gym
game room
laundry facility
4 Room Options
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€315/week
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Brickfield Ln, Dublin 8
4.1 mi from University
( 1h 31m
20m
1h 3m )
Bike storage
24/7 Residents' Gym
On-site laundry
9 Room Options
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From
€294/week
Cork St, Dublin 8
4.1 mi from University
( 1h 32m
21m
1h 11m )
gym
Cinema Room
Residents' Events
4 Room Options
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€320/week
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4.9
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Ballymun Rd, Dublin 11
7.6 mi from University
( 2h 49m
31m
1h 2m )
study area
Games Area
Fitness Studio
15 Room Options
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€289/week
Dominick Street Upper, Dublin 7
4.6 mi from University
( 1h 42m
30m
46m )
Wifi
Laundry
Cafe
11 Room Options
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From
€302/week
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Grangegorman Lower, Dublin
4.8 mi from University
( 1h 48m
29m
51m )
gym
cinema
laundry facility
7 Room Options
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€294/week
Prussia St, Dublin
5.0 mi from University
( 1h 53m
28m
54m )
game room
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study area
17 Room Options
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€300/week
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N Circular Rd, Dublin
5.3 mi from University
( 1h 59m
31m
51m )
gym
cinema
study area
13 Room Options
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€290/week
Mill St, Dublin 8
3.9 mi from University
( 1h 27m
21m
47m )
gym
laundry facility
study area
10 Room Options
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From
€306/week
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

When should you start looking for off campus accommodation UCD?

It's beneficial to start your hunt for off campus accommodation UCD early. Amber will help you with the paperwork about the place, the amenities, the location and the proximity to your university. Thorough research is essential to ensure smooth off campus accommodation UCD booking.

What should I look out for while booking off campus accommodation UCD?

Consider the following things while looking at the off campus accommodation UCD with amber.

  1. Number of people you want to live with
  2. Housing-catered or self-catered
  3. Ensuite or studio
  4. Single or double-bed
  5. Room size
  6. Budget
  7. Accommodation
  8. Any additional facilities

How can one rent an off campus accommodation UCD?

Select, pay, and book. After you shortlist from our catalogue of options for off campus accommodation UCD, you will be provided free service throughout the entire process from our experienced team.

Which factors decide the rent of off campus accommodation UCD?

Several factors decide the rent to pay for the off campus accommodation UCD, and location is one of the essential aspects. Apart from the area, the amount of rent to pay also depends on various amenities and facilities provided by the housing and the room's configuration.

Which is the best off campus accommodation UCD?

James Street is the best off campus accommodation UCD, providing excellent amenities and facilities.

Which bills does the off campus accommodation UCD cover?

The off campus accommodation UCD covers bills of rent, wifi, water, electricity and heating, making students stay more pocket-friendly.

How do I pay rent for my off campus accommodation UCD?

Multiple payment options are available. You can pay rent for off campus accommodation UCD via net banking or your debit card. We also have our payment portal, where we can help you with the procedure.

Can I get discounts for off campus accommodation UCD?

Yes, students who book off campus accommodation UCD earlier often earn generous discounts and pay rent at a significantly discounted rate for their hostel room. You can also leverage the discounts and cashback from group bookings.

What are the different types of off campus accommodation UCD?

Our off campus accommodation UCD mainly consists of different types of studios, ensuites and shared rooms. You can thus make an informed decision based on your interests. You can choose between shared and private apartments depending on your budget.

Does the off campus accommodation UCD offer communal spaces?

The off campus accommodation UCD offered by amber provides several communal spaces where you can spend time with your roommates.

Student Accomodations in University College Dublin, Dublin

Student Accommodation Near University College Dublin

University College Dublin, located in Dublin, is a lovely place to live and an excellent site for students to pursue higher education. Finding student accommodation Dublin near UCD can be challenging, but amber has made it as easy as possible to book student accommodation. Amber provides several excellent options for student accommodation near UCD Dublin. Choose from various opulent, reasonably priced, and fully furnished student housing alternatives in Dublin. You can choose from an array of options offering several amenities and services. Private student accommodation near UCD Dublin includes studios, en suites, non-en suites, communal apartments, and private student rooms.

Even though the university does provide students with on-campus student accommodation, it tends to fill out quickly. Still, you don't have to worry about it since it is very easy to find student accommodation near UCD Dublin. Some of the most recommended student accommodation near UCD Dublin are Point Campus,  Go Britanya Dublin Residence,  Cork Street, James Street, and Montrose.

About University College Dublin

The Irish public research university, University College Dublin, also known as UCD or Coláiste na hOllscoile, Baile tha Cliath, is located in Dublin and is a part of the National University of Ireland. It is one of the most respected universities in the nation and the largest university in Ireland, with 33,284 students. Five Nobel laureates have graduated from UCD, along with current and previous employees. Along with one president of India, UCD has produced four Irish prime ministers, three Irish presidents, and three Irish taoiseachs.

John Henry Newman served as the institution's first rector when it was established in 1854 as the Catholic University of Ireland. It was reorganised in 1880 and granted its own charter in 1908. UCD is descended from this organisation. The constituent university was renamed "National University of Ireland, Dublin" by the Universities Act of 1997 and "University College Dublin - National University of Ireland, Dublin" by a ministerial order in 1998. The University College Dublin offers several schools and faculties that provide excellent courses in arts and humanities, business, engineering and architecture, Health and agricultural sciences, social sciences and law and more. The UCD Professional Academy also guides students through professional diplomas.

Best Student Accommodation near UCD Dublin

Students usually look for accommodation near UCD Dublin that is comfortable and pocket-friendly. The properties offered by amber are designed by keeping student comfort in mind. These properties offer several amenities and services that make your student stay ideal. In Dublin, there are several places where students can stay. Students can create a pleasant and opulent living environment. Students get an opportunity to interact with other international students, giving them a chance to understand other cultures. Off campus accommodation UCD communities are brimming with a fun and trendy vibe. The accommodations listed below are some of the finest options of off campus accommodation UCD.

1. Point Campus 

2. Go Britanya Dublin Residence

3. Cork Street

4. James Street

5. Montrose

6. Highlight Thomas Street

7. Binary Hub

8. North Circular Road

9. Dorset Point

10. Brunswick Court

Cost of Living

Living away comes with a share of challenges, financial challenges being one of the main ones. 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.

1. Food & Groceries: €200 - €300/ month

2. Travel: €50 - €135 / month

3. Books and Stationery: €70-€200 / semester

4. Mobile: €30-€70 / month

5. Clothes: €40-€300 / month

Student Travel in Dublin

Getting around the city is pretty easy, with the city having a reasonably well-developed public transport system. One can easily go around the city and can also find their way to the university easily. The renowned transport system includes buses, trains, cycling, etc. 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.

1. 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.

2. 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.

3. Cycle

Students can also rent a bicycle and cycle around the city. Cycling to places near your student accommodation or university is very convenient. Take in the fresh air while cycling in the streets of Dublin.

Student Living in University College Dublin

UCD offers a plethora of courses and also helps students with career development and professional diplomas through UCD Professional Academy in subjects like IT, Business, Management design and marketing. Students can participate in the student union, which is an active part of all the campaigns that are run by the national Union. The University College Dublin has more than 60 sports clubs along with 28 sports scholarships that are awarded each year. There are more than 70 student societies where students can join and experience campus life.

From restaurants to events, students will find a lot to do in the city. 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. Banyi Japanese is perfect for students looking for a cheap, tasty bite to eat. Bunsen has some of the best burgers in town. Bunsen has some of the best fries in town with a small but delicious menu. 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.

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 Attractions Near University College Dublin

The city has a lot to offer its tourists and residents. There are a range of sites for tourists and places for them to visit. There is something for everyone to enjoy, no matter what their interests are.

1. St Stephens Green

2. UCD Clubhouse Bar

3. National Print Museum

4. Kilmainham Gaol Museum

5. Guinness Storehouse

6. EPIC The Irish Emigration

7. St Patrick's Cathedral

Top Courses At the University College Dublin

UCD offers top-notch courses that focus on strengthening practical as well as theoretical knowledge. Here are some of the popular courses offered at the University College Dublin

1. Veterinary Medicine

2. Architecture

3. Landscape Architecture

4. Regional

5. Urban Planning

6. Engineering

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