Accommodation Supports

Welcome to the DBS Accommodation Supports page.


Choosing the right place to stay while you are studying in Dublin can be a daunting challenge, especially when you are unfamiliar with the city. This guide has been produced by the DBS Student Experience Team to help you with your search.


This accommodation page covers:

  • The types of accommodation available in Dublin City
  • Where to look for accommodation
  • Guidelines for renting in Dublin
  • Tenant and landlord rights and responsibilities

Please click the button below to contact our Student Experience Team who will assist you with any questions or queries you may have.

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We look forward to welcoming you to DBS and hope you enjoy your time in our ‘Fair City’!



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Accommodation Options with DBS:

Student Residences: 

Purpose-built student residences have been developed to meet the specific needs of students in Dublin. DBS have a number of single rooms at The Point Campus, at the centre of Dublin’s Tech Hub.
Click here for more information on The Point Campus
 
Each room is en-suite, with plenty of storage space and room for study. The shared kitchens and living spaces are fully equipped and ready to move into. The campus also includes a gym, cinema, roof top terrace, communal areas, and study spaces.

The Point Campus is conveniently located in Point Village, in the heart of Dublin’s regenerated Docklands - just a 10min Luas (tram) ride or 25min walk to the DBS campus. It is serviced by its very own Luas stop directly outside the accommodation. Please email student.services@dbs.ie to find out more and book your room. 

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Homestay:

Host families reflect the diversity of life in Ireland. Hosts are typically located in the city suburbs and are well serviced by bus, rail and Luas links. Please see the Homestay Chapter at the end of this guide for more information. Homestay arranged through DBS is available for a 4 week period only and is not available for a whole semester. 
Click here for more information on Homestay.

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Finding your own Accommodation:

Finding your own accommodation is a very common plan for most students who come to DBS. Private renting is probably the most common form of accommodation choice of for people across Dublin. You can either rent a whole property or a single room. Please exercise caution and inspect the property personally before paying any deposit. 
Click here for more information on finding your own accommodation.
 
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Living in Dublin:

Dublin is an exciting city to live and study within. DBS is conveniently located in the heart of the city centre. This makes for great ease of access no matter where you are living. There is also countless shops, restaurants, cafe's and museums all withing walking distance of our campus,which makes for an unforgettable college experience.

Click here to find out more about living in Dublin.

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DBS Accommodation Guide:

The DBS Accommodation Guide available by clicking below is a resource that can help you choose the right place to stay while you are studying with us. Sourcing a place to live can be a daunting challenge, especially when you are unfamiliar with the city, so we hope that this guide can help you with your search. Included in this guide are - The types of accommodation available in Dublin City, Where to look for accommodation, Guidelines for renting in Dublin, Tenant and landlord rights and responsibilities.

Click below to access this resource.

Accommodation Guide 2019