Tag Archives: student life

A student work checklist The prospect of juggling a part-time job with university can be daunting – many courses and universities advise against it. But real life often gets in the way, and well – sometimes you just need to work. So read on for our checklist. We present a few pointers on how to […]

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Deciding on courses in Ireland during your CAO application that you should apply for is often pretty overwhelming for some students.  For others, it’s a simple exercise because they’ve already made their minds up (lucky them) that they would like to pursue a certain career path like engineering, medicine or legal careers. In many cases, […]

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Are you excited to be moving out, or perhaps anxious?   Are you ready to go and have all your plans made, or need some help getting to that point?   We thought we’d put together some ideas for when you are dreaming of your new room, whether you are using our excellent free room […]

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    Hard to think about anything too serious when the sun is out isn’t it? The warm rays, you have finished exam season, your friends want to meet up, time at the park, time by the sea – and let’s not forget the all important nights out coming up this weekend. It’s just time […]

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  One of the most exciting things for undergraduate students is the opportunity to move out of your home and start living independently. However, for university freshmen, finding the right student accommodation in Dublin might be a daunting task. For those that are just getting started, here are few pointers and tips as to what […]

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We can read your mind, honest we can.

This week all that is on your mind is EXAMS and everything that goes with it – we know the day is not long enough (forget 1 extra hour, 2 would be nice), and we know it’s highly likely your healthy food choices have gone completely out the window (fast food anyone?). Which is a shame, ‘cos good nutrition feeds the brain.

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