There are many accommodation options available to students who are studying at Trinity Business School. Student accommodation varies from halls, on and off-campus, to apartments and private facilities around the city of Dublin. Accommodation is in high demand and we recommend that you apply for a room as early as possible.
The TCD Accommodation Office runs an Accommodation Advisory Service in the Arts Building from early September until the end of the Postgraduate Induction Week. See their website for more details.
Trinity College Accommodation
The Trinity Accommodation Service can help you to find available rooms in halls and residences on and off campus.
Trinity Hall is located in Dartry, Dublin 6. It is a quiet, safe suburb about 4 kilometres from the city centre, and easily accessible from the University by bus and tram. Rooms consist of self-catering apartments of single and twin rooms with shared kitchens. A limited number of similar rooms are available on the main campus.
For more information and to apply for one of these rooms, please visit the Trinity Accommodation website.
The Binary Hub is a private residence consisting of cluster apartments located approximately 20 minutes’ walk away from Trinity Business School. Apply early to avoid disappointment.
Click here to book a room in Binary Hub.
Temporary Accommodation for International Students
Overseas Trinity students coming to Dublin for the first time can apply for temporary accommodation whilst looking for something more permanent. The rooms are available from mid-August to mid-September, and the maximum period a student is entitled to stay is two weeks.
Click here to download the form for temporary accommodation.
Student Union Accommodation Service
This free-to-use service is run by Trinity Students’ Union which assists students in finding suitable accommodation around Dublin. Their drop-in service runs through August and September and again in January, but they work all year round to help students with accommodation issues.
Visit the Student Union Accommodation Service for a list of all accommodation.
Download their guide to Living in Dublin for more information on where to live in Dublin, expenses other than rent, and what to look for when viewing a property.
You can also search for accommodation off campus on the following links: