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Dublin Business School (DBS) accommodation

Are you looking to study at Dublin Business School and are in need of accommodation?

With a Dublin Business School accommodation from Student.com, you’ll find a home away from home where you’ll be able to easily experience the capital’s history, vibrancy, and beauty. Our private student accommodation options near Dublin Business School will place you close to many of the city’s popular sights, museums, galleries, theatres, shops, pubs, and restaurants.

Choose from three different types of rooms that all come with modern and convenient amenities, from cheaper shared room to luxurious studio apartments.

To learn more about our DBS accommodation, give us a call, or a write to us on our website’s live chat on the bottom right-hand corner of this page.

Where is Dublin Business School located? 

Dublin Business School (DBS) is located in the Southside of Dublin, Ireland.

The institution’s educational sites in the prime city centre locations of Aungier Street, George’s Street, Balfe Street, and Dame Street are all within a few minutes’ walking distance of each other, providing students with easy access to the important infrastructure of a vibrant modern capital city.

A mere two-minute walk from St. Stephens Green, the Luas, and all main bus routes, DBS is situated right in the heart of Dublin.

One of the friendliest and coolest capital cities in the world,

Dublin was voted Europe’s fourth most popular city break destination, behind only London, Paris, and Rome.

As intimate as a village and as friendly as an Irish pub, Dublin’s friendliness has won it deserved acclaim worldwide, earning it twice the title of Europe’s friendliest city by TripAdvisor.

Another reason for its allure is its natural beauty.

Natural beauty

Framed by mountains, centred on a river, edged by a beautiful bay, and decked with elegant Georgian architecture, Dublin is one of Europe’s most attractive capitals.

With mountains, sea, and wilderness close by, there’s always something new to discover. Head out beyond the city area and bask in its natural beauty. Check out the UNESCO Biosphere of Dublin Bay where you can do coastal walks, visit little villages, see wide sea views and rugged mountain backdrops. Take to the mountains for a hike, go rock-climbing in Dalkey Quarry, walk the cliff path at Howth, or join the Dublin hardcore who swim in the sea.

Historic, cultural and full of character

Beyond the natural beauty, Dublin is also resoundingly social, cultural, charming, creative, and full of character, craic (fun), and history.

Walk the streets of Dublin and feel the energy of over 1,000 years of history. Cobbled streets reverberate with the sounds of buskers, 18th-century parks play host to festivals, film and food markets, and echoes of the Vikings mix with buzzing boutiques.

But this ancient gem’s historic buildings and walking tours are just part of its bright character. You will also get a taste of it in its legendary entertainment scene, in the music, and in its streets and alleys that are filled with vibrant art, hip cafés, and busy traditional “old man” pubs.

Easy to get around

Dublin is small enough and safe enough to get around on foot. DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) and the Luas tram and suburban rail systems provide excellent transport links throughout the city as well.

Studying at Dublin Business School

Dublin Business School (DBS), which specialises in the provision of career-focused education, has a solid reputation as Ireland’s leading independent college.

Commitment to world-class teaching 

It provides a comprehensive range of full-time and part-time accredited undergraduate, postgraduate, professional, and executive education programmes to over 9,000 students from over 70 countries.

The college’s extensive suite of programmes at DBS now includes subjects in the areas of business, law, finance, computing, media, arts, psychology, and social sciences.

DBS’s certificate, degree, and postgraduate programmes have all been designed and developed in collaboration with industry and professional bodies to allow students flexibility in their career choice.

Over the years, it has built a considerable reputation for the quality of its teaching both at the government level and on an individual student basis.

Since its launch, DBS has elevated from offering programmes leading to awards at the national certificate level, to now including honour degrees and higher diplomas and master’s programmes.

Career and personal-development-focused education

The college offers comprehensive student support services in the areas of academic direction, career advice, mentoring, and personal attention.

It has also created a ‘ladder of opportunity and progression’ for students who can create their own study pathway to achieve their individual educational goals.

DBS student life

There is a lot more to college than what goes on inside the classroom. And DBS understands that.

With a student-centred approach, Dublin Business School (DBS) takes a holistic view of college life.

The institutions believe that academics should be integrated with stimulating social activities and promote a community and culture that is focused on students’ well-being and success.

To facilitate a solid work/study balance for its students, DBS’s dedicated student services department has a range of social, sports, and developmental activities.

Student events

DBS hosts and promotes several student events throughout the year, ranging from Freshers’ Week to the Halloween Ball, the Christmas Ball, Graduation Reception, Rag Week and more.

DBS student services department takes advantage of the school’s close proximity to the Dublin city centre by organising exclusive nights throughout the year for its students. Surrounded by the best of pubs, cafés, bars, and clubs, DBS students can be sure of easy access to the biggest social nights in the city, along with all that’s happening in the city centre.

Clubs and societies

Getting involved in one of the many clubs and societies at DBS that cater to the interests of all students is a great way to meet and interact with people and make new friends.

Sports

DBS believes that happy, healthy experiences make successful, fulfilled students, so it places a big emphasis on providing a range of sporting activities. Football, basketball, sailing, cricket, and rugby are some of the most popular sports you can take part in at the institution.

Student services and welfare

DBS takes an active interest in the welfare of each and every student. The school’s student services department looks after the academic, cultural, and personal needs of its students. Along with a confidential student counselling service, it helps with many aspects of student life, including finances, academic issues, and travel and work affairs.

History of Dublin Business School

When it was founded in 1975, Dublin Business School (DBS) was known as an accountancy and business college. It provided evening courses for students preparing for the examinations of the professional accounting bodies.

Success and a growing reputation led to DBS expanding its operations. Today it offers a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate, and professional programmes in business, arts, and law, making it Ireland’s largest independent third-level institution.

In 1989, under a franchise arrangement with Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), the college introduced its first undergraduate degree programme.

Three years later, DBS became a designated institution with the Higher Education and Training Awards Council (HETAC).

In 2003, DBS was acquired by a world leader in education, Kaplan, Inc., the education division of The Graham Holdings Company.

The school broadened its horizons to the European market in 2006 when it acquired the European Business School (EBS). A year later, it also acquired Portobello College, one of Ireland’s premier third-level independent colleges.

Frequently asked questions about student accommodation near Dublin Business School

How can I book private accommodation near Dublin Business School?

Booking private accommodation near DBS on Student.com is easy and straightforward. After finding your ideal student home from our list of student properties, go to the property page by clicking ‘View rooms’

On the property page you’ll see the different room options. Choose your preferred room type and click ‘Enquire’ if you have any further questions, or ‘Book Now’ if you’re ready to book your room.

One of our booking consultants will then contact you to answer your questions and take you through the next steps in the booking process.

Why should I book private accommodation instead of DBS university halls?

Booking private accommodation instead of DBS university halls gives you many benefits. You can choose to live in any area of Dublin you like, whether you prefer to live next to campus, right in the heart of the city centre, or in any other area of Dublin.

You can also freely choose your preferred room type. Whether you want to go for a cheaper shared room or have more privacy in a fully self-contained studio, you can choose the best option for your needs.

Many modern PBSAs (purpose-built student accommodations) also have great amenities available for their inhabitants. They’re modern and comfortable and guarantee a great student experience.

What are the different room types you offer near Dublin Business School?

We offer three types of rooms in Dublin:

Shared Rooms: You’ll share your bedroom with a one roommate. You’ll also share other living facilities with your roommates and other tenants who have their own bedrooms.

Private Rooms: In this room type you won’t have to share your bedroom, as that will be private just for you. Depending on the property, you might also get a private bathroom. Other living facilities are shared with other students.

Entire Place: As the name suggests you’ll have an entire property to yourself. You’ll have your own bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette, without having to share anything.

Are bills included in the rent?

Usually you won’t have to pay for anything else other than your rent, as in most properties we list in Dublin, all bills are included. Check the property page of the property you like to see if bills are included there though, as different landlords have different policies.

Alternatively, you can use the filters on this page to only see properties where bills are included.

Are the apartments fully furnished?

Currently most of the apartments we list in Dublin are rented fully furnished, but not all. Check the property page to see if a particular property is rented fully furnished or not.