Accommodation for DIT Students

Looking into enrolling in DIT, now known as TU Dublin? Make Heyday at Carman’s Hall your ideal city centre base this academic year and you’ll soon discover why it’s so popular with our students! Modern bedrooms, a modern building packed with great amenities and conveniently located in The Liberties area of the city. Enjoy student life by making us your home for the year or semester ahead and be within easy reach of the campus.

A short walk to TU Dublin

TU Dublin is comprised of about a dozen buildings, all spread in and around Dublin. The main campuses are located in the city centre in Dublin 2, just a stroll away from Carman’s Hall.

  • The city centre campus is approximately 750 metres from Heyday, a 10-minute walk or short 5-minute cycle.
  • There is also plenty of bus options to reach the college, with buses running reliably every 5 to 10 minutes.
  • To reach the further locations, TU students can get any of the 37, 39, 70 or 83 buses to reach the north side campus under 25 minutes.

Stay At Heyday

Our vibrant location, within the historic Liberties district, is one of the oldest, most colourful and dynamic parts of Dublin. Surrounded by the city’s best landmarks, shopping districts, foodie haunts and bustling nightlife, you’ll find a world of rich culture just a short stroll away.

Heyday Student Living offers private, en-suite rooms, with generous beds, superfast fibre broadband and water included in the rent. The building has many facilities, including a gym, coffee shop, laundry, study areas, cinema room and multi-purpose room. Hang out in the common areas, get involved with our exciting social events or simply relax in your own private room.  It’s literally purpose built for students!

Make lifelong friends and secure the ideal place to complete your studies at Heyday Student Accommodation.  Experience life your way.

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About TUD, formerly known as DIT

The Dublin Institute of Technology was founded in 1887 and was the first technical education establishment in Ireland. In January 2019, DIT was dissolved to become Technological University Dublin. TUD also took over the Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown, and the Institute of Technology, Tallaght. It is now the second largest third level institution in Ireland with over 20,000 students from all over the world.

TU Dublin is recognised to have amazing practical focus. The industry placements and relationships with skilled professionals are what is separating TU Dublin students from the rest.

John Fallon's "The Capstan Bar"

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John Fallon's "The Capstan Bar"

Try the Guinness or some traditional Irish food in John Fallon’s the Capstan bar, a local pub that opened more that 400 years ago. Located just a few minutes walk from Heyday student accommodation, locals call it Authentic and atmospheric. Pop in for a spell!

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