As a special launch offer, we are deducting €400 off all our applicant fees for our first February 2023 intake.
A Special Launch Offer!!
Independent Colleges’ main campus is located at The Steelworks, Foley Street, Dublin 1. The Steelworks is an impressive five-story building with 40 classrooms & floor to ceiling window atrium, rooftop restaurant & outdoor terrace, library, computer facilities overlooking private landscaped development and stunning views of the city.
The Steelworks complex is located in the city centre between Talbot St and Amiens St in the IFSC vicinity. The campus is approximately 600 metres from the main shopping area of Henry St & O’Connell St and is superbly served for transport with easy access to trains, Luas tramline and city and regional bus terminals.
Dublin has a wide choice of apartments, bed-sits, lodgings, guesthouses and hostels where students make their home every year. There is so much to do and see with thousands of traditional and contemporary pubs, restaurants and clubs. The city has more than its fair share of museums, galleries and historical buildings too.
Croke Park is just North of the river and the home to Ireland’s national sports of hurling and Gaelic football. With a capacity of 82,300, it is the third-largest stadium in Europe. Rugby is played in the stunning new Aviva Stadium on the Southside while there are hundreds of soccer, rugby, Gaelic football, hurling, tennis, swimming and other clubs all over the city.
Dublin has a world-famous literary history, having produced many prominent literary figures, including Nobel laureates William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw and Samuel Beckett. Other influential writers and playwrights include Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift and Bram Stoker. In July 2010, Dublin was named UNESCO City of Literature, Edinburgh, Melbourne and Iowa City with the permanent title. There are several theatres within the city centre and the best known include the Gaiety, Abbey, Olympia, Gate and Grand Canal.
Dublin has an exciting nightlife and is reputedly one of Europe’s most youthful cities, with an estimate of 50% of citizens being younger than 25. There are many pubs across the city centre, with the area around St. Stephen’s green and Grafton Street, especially Harcourt Street, Camden Street, Wexford Street and Leeson Street, having the most popular nightclubs and pubs. The best-known area for nightlife is Temple Bar, south of the River Liffey. Live music is popularly played on streets and at venues throughout Dublin in general.
Independent College Dublin’s positive, high-energy environment, deeply committed faculty and staff and a strong network of support systems make it the perfect place for you to find your niche – academically, socially, and professionally.
Attending college for the first time can be an exciting prospect. However, many also find the prospect of moving from the second level to a third level institution can be a daunting experience. At Independent College Dublin we want to ensure that this transition is as painless as possible. For this reason, we organise student induction before the commencement of each undergraduate programme. This allows all students the opportunity to meet, the Dean of the College, their Head of Faculty Manager, Learner Experience & Careers Manager and their fellow students.
Each academic programme has a dedicated staff member who deals with any academic issues which students may encounter. The faculty administrative staff have an open office policy from 9.30 am - 17.00 pm Monday to Friday.
Independent College Dublin is aware of the ever-increasing challenges facing students. A good CV is vital when applying for jobs. It is also very important to prepare for interviews. Our Learner Experience & Careers Manager will assist final year students in writing their C.V and offer guidance and advice in preparing for your interview.
Access to services such as Moodle, online resources and journals, wireless internet access, and online storage are provided on a complimentary basis to all registered students.
Student & Campus Life
Whether you are looking for sports and fitness, student organisations, local nightlife or student activities, Independent College Dublin offers you great resources and access to the finest facilities. Independent College Dublin’s city centre location has a wealth of amenities on our doorstep.
Use your Independent College Dublin student card to avail of these exclusive discounts:
- Energie Fitness, Clarendon Street
- Tower Records – 10%
- Hughes & Hughes Books- 10%
- The Farm, Dawson Street- 10%
- KC Peaches, Nassau Street – 10% and loyalty card scheme
- Cafe Sol, Dawson Street- 15% and loyalty card scheme
- Hickey’s Pharmacy- 15% off prescriptions and 10% off other items
- Doctor, Suffolk Street- €10 off consultation fee
We offer advice and support to all students in the College. Whether it is concerned about examinations, assignments, accommodation or finances, the Student Services Officer is available to help with your concerns. However, if you require additional assistance and wish to speak to the College Counsellor, you will be provided with a referral.
This service is free and completely confidential.
International Student Services
Specific services are available for international students before they travel to Ireland and, post entry, in order to assist with their transition to Ireland.
The Steelworks, Foley Street, D01 X997, Dublin