Making the next step in your academic journey in one of the world’s most beloved cities. What’s not to like? Dublin is waiting to welcome all who visit.

Limited availability for semester 2 and short term bookings (4/01/2020 – 13/06/2020)

Limited availability for semester 2 and short term bookings (4/01/2020 – 13/06/2020)

discover Dublin

It’s easy to see why students flock to Dublin and its easy-going charms. Friendly and welcoming, with incomparable culture to delve into, you’ll make memories to last a lifetime in Dublin.

Limited availability for semester 2 & short term bookings (4/01/2020 – 13/06/2020)

We have limited availability for semesters and short term bookings which start from 04/01/2020 – 13/06/2020. For more information visit our Beckett House, Binary Hub and Dorset Point properties

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we have 4 properties in Dublin

Semester 3 availability
Bonham Street, Dublin, D08 R596

A property supported by a friendly team and immersive location.

Residence details Located next to the famous River Liffey
Residence details Friendly house cat
Residence details Modern on-site gym
Residence details Home to 471 students
Semester 2 & Short Term availability
107 Dorset Street Upper, Dublin, D01 F6F8

With a central location and TU Dublin university, state-of-the-art facilities and a team of friendly staff on hand 24/7, Dorset Point is the place to be.

Residence details Roof terrace & courtyards
Residence details Amazing location in the city centre
Residence details Large common area & gym
Residence details Home to 447 students
Semester 2 & Short Term availability
123 Summerhill, Dublin, D01 TY46

Beckett House is one of aparto's newest edition in Dublin. Book now and take your pick of rooms.

Residence details House puppy
Residence details Roof terrace, courtyard & cinema
Residence details Full social events programme
Residence details Home to 393 students
Stillorgan Rd, Dublin, D04 AE48

Our 205-room boutique residence is right next to University College Dublin and just a stroll away from the coast.

Residence details Fantastic community atmosphere
Residence details Great location & transport links
Residence details 24 hour CCTV & security
Residence details Home to 210 students

explore Dublin

Looking to fill up your schedule? Dublin offers lots to see and do. Packed with life and steeped in history and heritage; the city’s sights, sounds and attractions make an instant impact.

In Dublin, locals live and breathe sport. That means there is loads for students to get involved in, with its universities offering everything from football and rugby to more unusual pursuits such as camogie, windsurfing, and even martial arts.

The infectious energy of Dublin means there’s always something happening. Venture to Temple Bar and its array of bars, boutique shops and eateries as a starting point and see where the night takes you. For live music, head to Whelan’s and Sin É, or feel Dublin’s pulse on Grafton St, the central hub of the city. Finish things up in Copper Face Jacks, a popular pub and club that stays open long after everything else has closed.

For something a little quieter, Dublin’s array of galleries will satisfy curious minds, while Phoenix – Europe’s largest inner-city park – lets visitors wander freely amongst the wildlife.

With so much going on by night, don’t forget to check out the Dublin of old by day. The city has over 1,000 years of history and heritage under its belt, meaning there are some truly inspiring landmarks and architecture to explore. Take Dublin Castle, for instance. This 13th-century structure offers a glimpse into the past, while a roam around the hallowed halls of St. Patrick’s Cathedral takes in over 800 years of Irish history.

Renowned the world over, Dublin’s culture has been boosted by centuries of literary, religious and musical prowess. For bookworms, art lovers and history heads, Dublin’s culture cannot be beaten. Head to The Dublin Writers Museum and celebrate the city’s amazing array of authors, dig up some hidden gems at the National Museum of Ireland, or take in a show at Smock Alley, the oldest theatre in the city.

Dublin’s ever-popular bike scheme, Dublinbikes, makes getting around the city straightforward. Bike lanes are becoming more and more common, and there’s plenty of places to lock up when you’re done. Thanks to the city’s relative flatness, cycling the same streets that wordsmiths Wilde, Yeats and Beckett walked on is always a joy.

Public transport links are excellent too. Invest in a Leap Card, top it up with the amount you need, swipe it on any bus, train or tram and you’re good to go without having to reach for cash.