Considering a course of study at University College Dublin? Make Heyday student accommodation Dublin your ideal city-centre base this academic year and you’ll soon discover why it’s popular with so many UCD students!
Modern bedrooms, a modern apartment 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 UCD campus.
Heyday Student accommodation is located in the heart of Dublin city, giving students access to a wide range of options for getting to UCD with little hassle. Depending on which campus you are studying at, your journey time could be anything from 5 to 25 mins.
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 offers private, en-suite student rooms, with generous beds, superfast fibre broadband and all utilities 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 or study 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!
Founded more than 160 years ago, University College Dublin is now Ireland’s largest university, with over 22,000 students. It is one of Europe’s leading research universities with a strong focus on innovation.
The main campus is located at Belfield, 4km south of Dublin city centre. It is surrounded by 133 hectares of majestic parkland. The school of Business is located in Blackrock and other University buildings including Earlsfort Terrace, are close to St Stephen’s Green. The University has a strong international student cohort with over 30% attending from overseas and with more than 136 different nationalities represented within the student body.