Studying at Dublin Business School?

Dublin Business School offers a great university experience.  Find out why our residents love studying there.

University Experience

Dublin Business School (DBS) was established in 1975 as Accountancy and Business College. Following its growing reputation, it expanded its operations to offer a wider range of courses. It now receives over 9,000 students and has become Ireland’s Leading Independent College. It offers courses in Business Management, Law, Information Technology, the Arts, Psychotherapy, Media and Journalism, Marketing, among other disciplines.

All DBS campus are located in Dublin’s city centre. Its main campus is in Aungier St. The other two buildings, in George’s St. and Balfe St. are within a few minutes walking distance of each other. 

As part of its student learning commitment, DBS has a special student engagement and success unit, which welcomes and supports all new students in their transition to higher education. Through the First 100 Days initiative, students receive strong, individualized and enhances support.

The Student Union aims to ensure a memorable, exciting and developmental time for all DBS students.

Starting with induction week and throughout the various events, students can interact and meet new students. Students are able to maintain a healthy life balance, stand out for employability and to learn new skills. From Surf Society, to Martial Arts & Self Defence to Coffee Club, there will be many opportunities to do what you love and to discover yourself.

Besides the social experience offered by the Student Union, students’ learning experience is supported. Feedback is encouraged in Class Rep and Student Council Meetings.

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Location

Dublin Business School (DBS) is easily reached on foot from 2 of our student residences.  

A regular bus service runs close to The Loom and will take you to any of the DBS campuses in about 10 minutes or go by foot and get there within a 21-minute journey.

The Loom, is situated in the heart of the Liberties. Phoenix Park, River Liffey, Guinness Storehouse, IMMA Kilmainham and the National Museum of Ireland are all only a few minutes’ walk from the residence. Less than a 10-minute walk away you will also find the renowned Stephen's Green Park/ Grafton Street – the perfect area to socialise, relax and be entertained. There, you will discover a host of cafes, restaurants and bars on your doorstep.

Our other property, Binary Hub, is within a 20-minute walk from DBS. Using the bus or LUAS service, get to any of the DBS campuses in about 13 minutes. Our accommodation has a city centre location based in the historical Liberties Dublin 8, with easy access to shops, restaurants and bars. 

Your homes in Dublin

Introducing our newest state-of-the-art student accommodation, opening in September 2021. The Loom will be home to 166 students who will be surrounded by the buzz of what the city has to offer with vibrant local cafes and places to eat and the city centre. Students will  enjoy our study pods, three courtyards, outdoor ping pong table, cinema room, gym and so many other spaces! 

The Loom

Our largest student residence is home to 471 students who are supported by our friendly and experienced staff. Students can enjoy the best of bold worlds from study life to social life – with an exciting range of events. Students will enjoy the bright spacious study space, social spaces, modern gym and games area. Say hi to our resident house cats, Sebastian and Ash!

Binary Hub

Life at The Loom and Binary Hub

View life at aparto The Loom an Binary hub, our events and what else our residents have been up to!