All about ISA
We love helping our international students find accommodation in our home town of Dublin, Ireland. Get to know our experienced and diverse team.
Welcome to Ireland
We are ISA – International Student Accommodation.
International students’ favourite accommodation partner for homes and host families in Ireland.
What we do at ISA
We are an International Student Accommodation based in Dublin City.
Before student accommodation agencies came into existence in Dublin, students had limited options and had to deal with the stressful situation of staying in a hostel until they found a residence where they could live during their study period in Ireland.
However, without knowing that, finding accommodation in Dublin can be quite challenging because of the limited option. Students, particularly those who planned to stay for a short period of time, ended up staying in houses in terrible condition, becoming victims of rental scams or even having to go back to their home country.
International Student Accommodation in Dublin has been around since 2012 providing the solution for such problems by offering a full range of accommodation options, including Home Stay (Host Family), Student Residences, shared accommodation, and City Host.
Whatever your accommodation preference is, we have a friendly multilingual team of experts who will ensure that you have a place that suits your needs for you to make the most out of your studying adventure in Ireland!
We provide accommodation for over 3,000 students every year.
650+ Host families in Dublin, Cork and Galway.
Individual Students, groups, Interns and Internship agencies.
We don’t just book your stay we welcome you to Ireland.
We’re passionate about helping international students
As an international student, finding the right place to live while studying abroad can be a daunting task. That’s why we’re here to help you every step of the way.
Our ethos is built on providing safe, comfortable, and affordable accommodation for international students. We understand the challenges that come with studying in a foreign country, and our goal is to make the transition as smooth as possible.
Our properties and host families are carefully chosen and maintained to ensure that they meet our high standards of quality. From fully furnished rooms to modern amenities, we have everything you need to make your stay with us a comfortable and enjoyable one.
We also know that studying abroad is not just about accommodation, which is why we offer a range of additional services to help you settle in. Our friendly staff are always on hand to offer advice and support, whether it helps with visas, finding a part-time job or simply showing you around the local area.
At ISA, we believe that international students should have access to the best possible accommodation and support while studying abroad. That’s why we’re committed to making your time in Ireland a memorable and successful one.
Our Dublin Office
Meet Our Team
Working hard behind the scenes.
Always here to help and answer your questions. We work with over 3,000 students a year to find the best accommodation that matches your needs for your stay in Ireland. Get in contact with one of our team members below to start your accommodation journey.
Alfonso Quiñones Muñiz, Web Developer and Designer
I’m part of the team that might help to solve any issues , I’ve been working and providing experiences for over 5 years. ISA gives me the opportunity to help people in the process of being a better version of themselves, who also wants to achieve their life goals.
Olga Rudchenko, Residence Co-ordinator.
As a Residence coordinator at International Student Accommodation in Dublin, I am managing reservations, assist students with their itineraries, and address any issues that may arise with bookings. I have more than 10 years of experience working in Sales and Marketing for the hospitality and client services industry. I have 5 years of experience as a Marketing Director of an education abroad agency based in Ukraine. I love working as a booking executive for International Student Accommodation.
Ignacio Gonzáles, Maintenance Technician.
I am responsible for the maintenance of the properties and I also welcome guests on arrival and help them settle into the accommodation. I have been working directly with people for over 2 years in different areas. Helping and orienting students is something that I enjoy doing.
Rory Butler, Director.
Rory, the founder of ISA, started International Student Accommodation in 2012 to provide an easy accommodation option for students coming to Ireland. He is passionate about finding the right accommodation solution for every student and making sure everyone enjoys Ireland as much as he does.
Get In Touch
Always here to help and answer your questions. Get in touch below.
What our students say
“I stayed with ISA for two months while working in the city centre.
The apartment had all necessary amenities and considering the weekly rate is less than that of 7 nights in a hostel it was a great deal. It is a small team but they work hard to resolve any issues you’re having with your apartment. The apartment was also in a great location within walking distance of Temple Bar and O’Connell.”
I honestly had a wonderful month at Patricia’s house, it was a very homely and friendly atmosphere, meals were nice and on time, she helped with every information possible. I actually had a good start to my long stay in Ireland, and I owe it to her. Of course, I was really sad to leave. If I could, I will choose to stay there again, and I will definitely recommend ISA to family and friends. Thank you.
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