Would either of these locations be considered more cost efficient.
I'm assuming either would be more cost efficient again that Dublin - but housing crises etc, I can only imagine that would be hell'ish to rent in.
But if it were between the former two, would either be considered a little friendlier to the renter?
Shared accommodation is more likely but, if I could land a reasonably priced apartment - that would be aces.
It's basically for two academic years started Sept, but want to get things sorted over the next few months.