Housing & Location

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Student Residence

N.U.in Ireland: UCD students, as well as N.U.in International Student Advisors, live in student residence, which also houses Irish and other international students. The student residence provides students with an independent living arrangement located within walking distance of UCD's campus, with easy access to Dublin's city-center via public transportation.

The Belfield Area

Since UCD's relocation to Belfield in the 1960s, the university has been the main feature of this area of Dublin, providing the perfect environment for students to study, relax, and have fun. The extensive services available at UCD, along with amenities such as sports facilities, a grocery store, and pharmacy make Belfield a veritable "one stop shop" for the students who live and study at the university. A 15-minute walk to the east of Belfield offers an array of cafes and shops that students and visitors can visit if they wish to further explore the immediate area outside of the campus.

Student Residence Features Include:
  • Double rooms (2 students per room) 
  • Each bedroom has 2 of the following: single beds, desks, chairs, and wardrobes
  • A quilt and pillow for each student
  • One bathroom attached to each double room
  • Fully-equipped kitchens with refrigerators/freezers, stoves, and microwaves
  • Common dining and lounge area with tables and dining areas
  • Laundry facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Wireless Internet access throughout the residence
  • 24/7 security presence

 


Internet Access & Printing

Students have Wi-Fi access in all rooms and lounges throughout the student residence. Printers are available in several buildings at UCD, and it is recommended that students plan ahead to print while they are on campus.

Laundry

Students have access to both washers and dryers that are located within the student residence for a per-load fee.

Mail & Packages

Both letters and packages may be mailed directly to students at University College Dublin. Please check back for the exact address to use when mailing items to Ireland.