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What is the cost of living in Ireland?

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    Institute of Technology Carlow

    Institute of Technology Carlow

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    Living in Ireland can vary, it really depends on the location in which you choose to live. So the big cities are much more expensive for accommodation than smaller towns like Carlow, where we're located. So you need to budget for Carlow in the region of seven to 8000 euro for rent and food for one year. That can obviously be higher in other locations. So that'll give you a rough idea of the cost of living.

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    University of Limerick

    University of Limerick

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    The cost of living kind of varies by city. So in Limerick, the cost of living can vary between around seven thousand to ten thousand euros. That includes your on campus accommodation, your rent, all the bills and then food, transport and so on included in that. So between seven and ten thousand euros is the estimated cost of living for Limerick. It can be as high as fourteen thousand for the capital city of Dublin and some other cities, Galway and Cork can be expensive also.

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