Study In Dublin - Explore Universities in Dublin
Dublin might not be the prettiest or cheapest of European cities, but it what it lacks in beauty it makes for with personality. Dublin is a friendly city with plenty of gritty creativity and a down to earth nature, making it an ideal student city.
As they say in Dublin, life is all about the craic. So if you’re looking to study in a city which is fun, doesn’t take itself too seriously and has some great universities, you should consider studying a degree in Dublin.
Study in Dublin?
Dublin is Ireland’s education hub, with the majority of the country’s universities and colleges located in Dublin. Even universities not actually based in Dublin will normally have a regional hub or college in the city.
Some of the universities you can study a degree in Ireland at include:
- University of Dublin
- Trinity College
- National University of Ireland
- University College Dublin
- Dublin City University
Dublin Institute of Technology
Choosing to study a degree in Dublin is popular with many international students, not least because of the lower cost of tuition fees and the access to some great courses. You should expect your degree in Dublin to have a strong focus on work skills, with many courses offering work placements as part of the program.
Immigration and visas
EU students are able to come and study in Dublin providing you are studying at an approved institution for more than three months and have sufficient income to support yourself. Non-EU students will need to apply for a visa dependent on their nationality. You will generally need to show the following, regardless of your nationality:
- You have a confirmed place on a course at a recognised education institution
- You are not already in the country on a tourist or business visa
- You have paid all relevant visa fees
- You have sufficient funds to support yourself
You have comprehensive health insurance cover
Accommodation and living costs
Most international students coming to live in Dublin will choose to live in dedicated halls of residence close to their universities. This allows them to settle into student life easily, making new friends and having support from their university.
However, if you do decide to live privately, the most popular areas for students to live in are Rathmines and Drumcondra Cabra.
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