Students from North America have a wide range of choices when it comes to finding a modern and comfortable place to live while they undertake their studies. Options include on-campus self-catering units to centrally located apartments. Units come wired for internet connectivity and Wi-Fi is available as well. A deposit to reserve your accommodations will be required before the academic year begins and prices will vary between schools and the type of housing you are looking for.
Reserving your housing is mainly handled through the individual university accommodations offices. If you receive and accept an offer of admission, detailed information regarding the booking process and contact information will be provided and it will be university-specific. Early booking is advised as places do fill up quickly.
University College Cork
- ScholarLee Accommodations — conveniently located next to the UCC campus and offers top quality accommodations with a variety of sharing options and price points
- Victoria Mills
Trinity College Dublin
Accommodation is available for incoming students in college residencies at:
- Fresh Student Living – Dublin – From Here: Cork Street
- Kavanagh Court Conveniently located on the corner of Gardiner Street and Summerhill, this beautiful new-build boasts 491 beds for students looking for a high-spec home in the heart of the city. Kavanagh Court is just a stone’s throw away from Dublin’s O’Connell Street, home to some of the best restaurants, bars, cinemas and shops in the area, so you’ll never run out of things to do!
Queen’s University Belfast
There are a variety of accommodations available to students studying dentistry at Queen’s.
Private Off-Campus Options
If housing in the private sector is your preference, there are also a variety of avenues available to secure a place to live. The following websites are used frequently to locate suitable apartments and homes in Ireland.