All our student residences are located in central Dublin, within close walking distances of Trinity College, DIT and DBS
HomeStay – Host Family
Stay with one of our many host families, for comfortable accommodation, home-cooked meals and the opportunity to improve your English
If you are coming to Dublin for one or two semesters as an Erasmus student we offer a number of accommodation options which you can reserve before you arrive in Dublin
City Hosts are a special combination of self-catering accommodation while sharing with other local individuals to combine the experience of a host family and the ease of a shared apartment.
International Student Accommodation was created with the goal of helping international students find good quality housing in Dublin during their studies. Established in 2012, we provide accommodations for students visiting Dublin from 1 week to 1 year in safe, comfortable houses or apartments. ISA is known for providing an excellent student experience with the best homestay placements or conveniently located shared apartments.
All our student houses are located in the Dublin City centre.
Everything is included in one weekly rate
We have the largest available list of host families in the Dublin area who are experienced and friendly
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Find Your Favourite Pub in Dublin Going out tonight? Friends, live music, and a pint, please! There are many pubs with live music all over Dublin. As a student, it is fun to go out with your friends for a few drinks. We’ve made a lost of pubs and bars all over Dublin that Read more about Pubs for Erasmus Students[…]
Black Friday 2017 Black Friday is coming with the best deals of the year this Friday (24th November)! Originally from the US, it now also gains ground in Ireland and in other countries. It´s seen as a starting shot for the christmas shopping season and you can find huge discounts on this day and in Read more about Black Friday 2017[…]
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