Dublin

Study in Dublin

As the capital city of Ireland, Dublin is home to about 1.5 million people. Founded by the Vikings during the 9th Century, the city is situated on the east coast of the country on the banks of the river Liffey.

 

Famous for its rich history and charm, it is a vibrant, cosmopolitan and multicultural city. The fact that more than 40% of the population are under 30 years old means that the city is overflowing with energy and creativity. Dublin is internationally renowned for its rich literary tradition, being associated with literary icons such as James Joyce, W.B. Yeats and Oscar Wilde.

 

The historic city centre is relatively compact and easy to move around; while sea, hills, rivers and forests are all within easy reach.

  • Dublin was voted as Europe’s 2nd friendliest city in 2020 by international travel magazine Condé Nast Traveller. In 2015 it was voted as the third friendliest city in the world by the readers of Travel & Leisure magazine.
  • 25% of Nobel Laureates for literature written in English were awarded to writers from Dublin.
  • Some of the biggest multinational companies in the world are located in Dublin including Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, AOL, eBay, Microsoft, Amazon and Yahoo.
  • The “Oldest Pub in Ireland” is said to be located in Dublin. The pub is called the Brazen Head. There has been a pub on the site since 1198.
  • Dublin’s Phoenix Park is one of the largest enclosed parks within any European capital city, covering an area of 707 hectares (1752 acres).

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The historic city centre is relatively compact and easy to move around; while sea, hills, rivers and forests are all within easy reach.
Dublin

Dublin