When it comes to accommodation, college students in Ireland have a plethora of options to choose from. Irish people are known for their welcoming nature and friendliness, which allows international students to feel comfortable quickly. Students can select a suitable accommodation option from any location that meets their needs.
Living on campus can be an excellent option for students as it minimizes travel time and expenses. It also provides the opportunity to live with classmates and friends. Many students choose to live off-campus, opting for private rental accommodations to explore life beyond campus. However, if renting a property, students need to pay a security deposit or ‘bond’ as well as rent in advance. Home stays, also known as ‘digs,’ are the most common accommodation option for younger students.
It is essential to ensure that you have sufficient funds to cover living expenses before deciding to study in Ireland. International students can rely on part-time work during their studies in Ireland to generate an income and meet all their expenses.
|Accommodation (You will choose one of them)|
|• Off Campus (Rental)||€400 to €1000 per month|
|• On campus(hall of residence :full catered)||€545 to €1000 per month|
|• Home-stay||€600 to €1200 per month|
|Other living expenses|
|• Groceries and eating out||€250 per month|
|• Gas, electricity||€33 per month|
|• Phone||€20 per month|
|• Public Transport||€119 per month|
|• Entertainment||€40 to €150 per month|
|Estimated Annual Cost Of living – € 7000 to € 15000|