wixfjord wrote: »
A warning to 1st years or anyone contemplating it, do not stay in griffith college. It is terribly run, very restrictive, they rob you for the deposit and it is very expensive. Please heed my advice, I wouldnt go back again if you paid me, no matter what others or the brochure tell you dont take accom there.
sexpanther wrote: »
anyone know anthing about victoria lodge in cork? or wherz good in galway r dublin 4 first yrz?
dragonfly! wrote: »
on average how much is rent in Dublin?
My friend is paying €125 a week i was looking at a flat in drumcondra and its €125 a week but the person I want to share with says €125 is too much. Thoughts?
annie19 wrote: »
125 a week is far to much. i persume this includes all bills? i paid 125/week in drumcondra last yr but thankfully this year i wil be in much better acc and at much less money. it depends what sort of acc ur going for and how many is sharing? and also i have found with my two years in Dublin if u are living with a landlady or landlord rent is higher in many cases.
just to be clear the reason i paid that amount of rent last year was because i had to be right beside my college due to health reasons and left it late to look.
be wise, use ur judgement and u'll be grand!
just realised u posted this a year ago and not a few days ago. opps hope u got on well in ur acc this yr.
OleLegend wrote: »
my cousin stayed in Griffith Halls of residence - she had great time there. she said the place was rocking every night, party central.
she didnt study there but they accept students from other colleges. its a bit pricey though so you may want to shop around but if you are looking for "Like minded individuals"......