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Study English in Dublín

Dublin is the capital of Ireland, as well as the most important city. It is also the country’s economic center and is known as the city of opportunities.

It is the most populous city in the country, and if you come to study English in Ireland, you will not lack job opportunities in Dublin.

Some of the best English language schools are located here, along with the largest selection of courses.

While Ireland is not one of the most expensive destinations for studying, Dublin, being the capital, is considerably more expensive than other Irish cities.

What is life like in Dublín?

Dublin is a very cosmopolitan city that welcomes thousands of international students every year.

It is a very modern and sustainable city with a good nightlife as well as other leisure activities and stunning natural landscapes and parks.

Although public transportation is very efficient, most of the population gets around the city by bike. You can also travel by tram affordably.

The cost of rent and living in general is higher than in the rest of Ireland, but it is also easier to find work, and salaries are quite high, even in unskilled jobs.

Ireland is the European headquarters for tech giants like Google, Facebook, or Amazon.

The official language in the city of Ireland is English, along with Irish.

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What are the best neighborhoods in Dublín?

O'Donell Street

One of the main streets in the city center. Here, you will find numerous pubs, shops, and restaurants. If you want to be in the center of all the hustle and bustle, you will feel comfortable here.

Temple Bar

Temple Bar is the area in Ireland where you will find the most nightlife. Packed with pubs and bars, there's an atmosphere 24 hours a day. It's a quite expensive neighborhood because it's very popular.

St. Stephen’s Green

Located just 20 minutes from the city center, it's a quieter area with a very youthful atmosphere. It's a very nice neighborhood with ample green spaces and shopping areas. Ideal for you if you like to go shopping.

Smithfield y Stoneybatter

They are located about 25 minutes from the city center on foot and are well connected by tram. They are good areas to live if you come to study in Dublin. You will find good pubs and restaurants in the area.


If you are looking for tranquility, Phibsborough is a residential area located to the north of the city. It is somewhat away from the center, but the rents are cheaper.


Although it is a neighborhood away from the center, it is very well connected, and rents are affordable. That's why it's one of the preferred areas for students.


Docklands is another neighborhood on the outskirts of Dublin, in the eastern part of the city. It is located near the River Liffey, it's peaceful, has a cultural vibe, and also offers good job opportunities.


Rathmines is the cheapest neighborhood in Dublin. It is located 3 kilometers from the city center, and many international students choose to stay here, making it a multicultural neighborhood.

Is Dublin a city for You?

If you want to live in a major European capital, a cosmopolitan city where you can practice English all the time, and have good job opportunities, especially in the field of new technologies, Dublin is exactly what you’re looking for.


  • It's a perfect city to learn English as it is one of its official languages.
  • There are plenty of job opportunities.
  • Salaries are high.
  • You can ride a bike throughout the city.
  • Public transportation (tram) is very affordable.
  • The people of Dublin are warm and welcoming.
  • If you're European, you don't need a visa to live, study, or work in Dublin.
  • Flights between Dublin and the rest of Europe are very affordable.


  • The weather in Dublin is always cold and rainy.
  • The accent varies from traditional English.
  • It's an overly expensive city.


  • Summer: from 12°C to 19°C
  • Winter: from 3°C to 8°C
  • Spring and Autumn: around 17°C


  • The population rate of Dublin is 544,000 inhabitants.

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Recommendations before traveling to Ireland

The first thing we can recommend if you’re planning to come to Ireland for a while to study English is to plan your trip carefully, look for good accommodation to live in, and allow us to help you find the best English course for you.

Coming to live, work, and study in Ireland is very different if you are a European citizen or not.

If you do not have nationality in one of the EU member countries, you will not be able to work for the first 3 months of your stay in the country, at which point you can apply for your IRP.

This means you will need to have enough money to support yourself during your stay. Additionally, you will need to prove that you have the financial means to do so. We can guide you on the various options available in this regard.

It is also mandatory to come with travel health insurance, which is an essential requirement for processing your student visa.

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