'The reason I chose Dublin was the better education system, the affordable tuition fees, the very friendly people, the incredible culture and the scenery'.
BA (Hons) in Accounting & Finance
With all the advantages of a bustling capital city but few of the stresses, Dublin offers an enviable lifestyle in an environment that is ideal for study, rest and work.
The gateway to Europe
As Ireland’s capital city, Dublin benefits from exceptional infrastructure. It is serviced by an impressive road network, several ports, Dublin International Airport and integrated City Centre and suburban public transport systems. Dublin also benefits from extensive and robust telecommunications infrastructure and connectivity.
A vibrant capital
Dublin city is home to over half a million people and is a lively, contemporary capital city brimming with style and personality. But when people need a break from the hustle and bustle of city life, the tranquillity of the countryside is less than an hour’s drive away. Dublin also offers numerous beaches, golf courses and an abundance of sporting and healthy lifestyle activities all within easy reach of the centre.
The friendly locals
Dublin is famous for the friendliness of its people, and we’re proud to say that you’ll have no problem making friends in Dublin. We love a chat, we’ll always do what we can to help, and we’ve even been known to be ‘up for the craic’ every now and then!
A great home
Dublin is a safe and relaxed place to live. In the Y&R Best Countries Rankings 2018, Dublin was ranked 15th in the world rankings for quality of life. Culturally diverse Dubliners hail from over 156 different countries, creating a wonderful mix of cultures and influences. One in five Dubliners were born overseas!
The city boasts one of the fastest growing economies in Europe and a low unemployment rate, with a broad base of thriving industries, including financial services, insurance, consultancy, information and communications technology, pharmaceuticals, health, tourism and the arts.