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What does accommodation cost in Ireland?

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    Institute of Technology Carlow

    Institute of Technology Carlow

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    Accommodation costs vary depending on the city that you choose to live in, Dublin is probably the most expensive. In Carlow where we're located, you're talking about on average, somewhere in the region of one hundred to one hundred and fifty euro per week for accommodation. It really depends on the type of accommodation that you choose. Other cities like Dublin are substantially more expensive than that.

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    University of Limerick

    University of Limerick

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    On campus accommodation here in the University of Limerick. The cost for accommodation is 4000 to 6000 euros per year. So that just depends on how many people you share your accommodation with. Everyone has their own private bedroom, private bathroom, a private study area, and then you share a living room and sitting room then with other students. So that's the preferred accommodation for international students. And the cost is between four and six thousand euros.

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