Student Accommodation in Cork, Ireland

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Explore all types of affordable and luxury student accommodation Cork with a range of student studios, flats, houses and luxury student halls. Cork is a worldwide centre of excellence for education with 23 major universities. Cork might just have it all for students. You will have many choices for student apartments Cork nearer to your university.

Why choose UniAcco For Cork Student Accommodation
1. At UniAcco, we have a great choice of student rooms in Cork putting you at the centre of all this top student city has to offer. With excellent transport links available, many Cork universities are within easy reach of our accommodation.
2. Our well-equipped student rooms are ideal for studying as well as relaxing, offering a comfy bed, plenty of study and storage space and private student studios, en-suite rooms, twin studios and more. By choosing to book with us, you’re guaranteed to find a welcoming, friendly team, great facilities..Take a look below at our affordable student flats in Cork.

3. UniAcco is 100% free. We don’t charge students when they’re searching for accommodation. That’s why you don't need to pay fees or any other charges on your student house booking with us.

4. UniAcco offers a personalized experience for every student. Our student accommodation Cork advisors are there for assistance throughout the year. From the time when you book your Cork student room, until the time you move out, we will be there to support you with whatever you need.

5. As an international student, you must be busy with many activities. So UniAcco made your student housing search easy. With UniAcco's online booking platform, you get quick easy service which saves your time. You can easily compare your Cork student flat, book, and confirm. If you need any help deciding where to stay or have any doubts along the way? Our advisors are there to you with any questions related to Cork student apartments

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • ⭐ Are my bills included in the rent from my Cork student accommodation?

    Most of our properties in Cork have bills included, so you're only going to pay the rent and nothing else. Remember to make sure that this is the case with the property you have chosen.
  • ⭐ How do I find student accommodation in Cork?

    You will find plenty of student accommodations in Cork that are close to your uni on UniAcco. Options include studios, ensuites, flats and more. Compare options on our platform based on 80+ parameters and pick the one which suits you the best.
  • ⭐ Can I schedule a tour of my student flat in Cork before I book?

    Of course! In order to arrange a viewing, get in touch with one of our property experts and they will arrange the same.

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Student Accommodation Cork

You can find any student accommodation on UniAcco, where you can compare student housing options basis price, amenities, distance from universities, features and more. Feel free to consult our super-friendly team of experts over a call, chat or email who can suggest you the top options as per your requirements. Choose from over a thousand student housing options across Hull. Whether you are looking for private studios, halls or flats to share with other students, we have got it covered.

Student housing experience in Cork

Cork is well served by a reliable bus service and you're well advised to look into bus routes before making any final decisions about student accommodation. The city benefits from an affordable bike hire scheme which can be a very cost-effective (and eco-friendly) way of getting to and from your places of study. The city benefits from an affordable bike hire scheme which can be a very cost-effective (and eco-friendly) way of getting to and from your places of study. 

What makes Cork unique?

Originally a monastic settlement, Cork was expanded by Viking invaders around 915. Its charter was granted by Prince John in 1185. Cork city was once fully walled, and the remnants of the old medieval town centre can be found around South and North Main streets. The third largest city by population on the island of Ireland, the city's cognomen of "the rebel city" originates in its support for the Yorkist cause in the Wars of the Roses. Corkonians sometimes refer to the city as "the real capital", a reference to its opposition to the Anglo-Irish Treaty in the Irish Civil War.

Universities to study in Cork

  • University College Cork
  • Cork Institute of Technology