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Griffith College Dublin is home to over 1400 overseas students from 77 different countries. In recognising the unique requirements of our overseas students, the International Office was established to provide a dedicated point of contact for our students.
The International Office is your first point of contact for all non academic matters within the College and our door is always open whether you’re looking for some friendly advice, guidance or documents for your daily life in Ireland.
In choosing to study in Ireland and at Griffith College Dublin, you are taking the first step to a more rewarding and personalised study experience, friendships that cross borders and continents and qualifications that will provide ample options for progression in your professional or academic career.

Ireland is an exciting place to live and study. Our blend of tradition and contemporary living is unique. We are proud and protective of our ancient culture, yet we have embraced our role as a centre for the digital revolution and international trade. Over 4.1 million people enjoy our mild, oceanic climate and a landscape that stretches across lakes and mountains, and more than 2,000 miles of coastline which attracts over 6 million tourists to our shores yearly.
In recent years Ireland has become a global centre for the banking, telecommunications, pharmaceutical and software industries. With an impressively high quality of life and a well-educated workforce, many international companies have set up their European headquarters in the country. Ireland has had one of the highest economic growth rates in the EU and much of this success can be attributed to our education system. Our long and impressive academic tradition has been established over many years and, today, the country offers one of the highest standards of education in the world.

There can be few better cities than Dublin, the capital of Ireland, in which to enjoy your time as a student as it continues to be one of Europe’s most exciting and vibrant capital cities.
Dublin has a population of approximately 1.5 million people yet having all the amenities of a big city it still retains a small town atmosphere. As a large percentage of its population is under the age of 35, Dublin is a city of entertainment and culture. It’s home to a wide variety of art galleries, museums, theatres, cinemas, shops, restaurants and cafes, nightclubs, zoological gardens and much more to ensure your time in Dublin is memorable.
Dublin is also a university town with a proud tradition of learning and scholarship. Student life adds to the city’s legendary ambience and the city attracts young people from all over the world who come to sample its unique atmosphere. As a student at Griffith College Dublin all this excitement is literally on your doorstep.


A wide number of courses are offered at Griffith College. Bellow, you’ll find a summary of them, but for more details, please contact us.

  • Accountancy
  • Business
  • Computing Science
  • Design
  • English Language Course
  • Graduate Business School
  • ICT Skills Programme
  • Journalism & Media Communications
  • Law
  • Multimedia Courses
  • Music & Drama
  • Professional Law

Overlooking Dublin’s famous Grand Canal, Griffith Halls of Residence is an urban campus steeped in history. It was originally an Army Barracks dating from the 1830’s. This new apartment complex is modern in every detail, yet the tasteful design in granite and red brick reflects the beautiful qualities of the original
listed buildings. Residents can enjoy, not only this beautiful complex, but the timeless pleasures of canal bank walks under the beautiful canopies of native trees.
The Griffith Halls of Residence, Griffith College’s on campus accommodation, is the ideal choice for students looking for affordable and secure accommodation in Dublin city. For students who require a more personalised accommodation, we are happy to organise Host Family accommodation for our incoming students.

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