Jobs in dublin accommodation rent in dublin dating

15-Sep-2019 10:02

Once you have a place at university or college, you'll need to organise somewhere to live quickly.Depending on your situation, you might continue living at home or you might have relations that you can stay with.

And that will require quite the part-time job to cover or, more likely, a visit to the bank of Mam and Dad.The state-of-the-art Aparto Dorset Point, on Dublin’s Dorset Street was launched this week and has 447 beds - a drop in the ocean when it comes to housing Dublin’s 73,000-strong student population, but an ostensibly impressive drop.Rent starts at €235 a week and allows students unlimited use of facilities including a cinema room, a gym, a study room, a roof-top terrace, a games room and a bike shelter.However for many people, college means moving to a new town or city and trying to find a flat for the first time.With the shortage of accommodation in Dublin and other built up areas, the Union of Students Ireland recently set up a site encouraging people with spare bedrooms to rent to students.

And that will require quite the part-time job to cover or, more likely, a visit to the bank of Mam and Dad.

The state-of-the-art Aparto Dorset Point, on Dublin’s Dorset Street was launched this week and has 447 beds - a drop in the ocean when it comes to housing Dublin’s 73,000-strong student population, but an ostensibly impressive drop.

Rent starts at €235 a week and allows students unlimited use of facilities including a cinema room, a gym, a study room, a roof-top terrace, a games room and a bike shelter.

However for many people, college means moving to a new town or city and trying to find a flat for the first time.

With the shortage of accommodation in Dublin and other built up areas, the Union of Students Ireland recently set up a site encouraging people with spare bedrooms to rent to students.

You can visit the site here and register an account to view lisitngs.