All students have a choice of accommodation within the Halls of Residence on campus or in Homestay

A full package of academic and pastoral support is available through a personal tutor system, small class sizes, extra tuition when required, dedicated student support and accommodation officers etc.

Homestay Accommodation

Homestay accommodation is when a student is placed with a family for the first 4 weeks on arrival in Ireland.

This is a good opportunity to improve English speaking skills and get to know Dublin with a bit of help and support.

All of our homestay accommodations are on a good transport route to DIFC.  The host provides breakfast and an evening meal during the week and lunch is included at weekends.

Students have their own bedroom. There will be a desk for study. Some homes have a private bathroom for students and in some the student shares with the family.

After homestay, the other option is private rented accommodation – the Accommodation Officer will help with this. If students are happy to stay in a homestay an agreement can sometimes be made with the host to remain with them for longer.

Rates for homestay accommodation are €750 for the first four weeks including meals and administration fee. The rate for students under 18 years of age is €850.

We can also arrange airport transfer to the homestay accommodation and pickup again the following day from homestay to the campus at a cost of €100

Home stay

On Campus Accommodation

On-campus accommodation must be booked directly with Griffith Halls of Residence at www.ghr.ie

Please be aware, that spaces are very limited and rooms must be booked well in advance.

There is also a waiting list available if you are unsuccessful in your first attempt to book on-campus accommodation.