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  • Title: DublinLife
    Descriptive info: .. Coming to Dublin.. Going to a new university isn't just about studying or work.. It's about living.. Living in a new and exciting city.. If you're a student, this may well be your first experience of living away from home.. Indeed this may be your first experience of Ireland.. But whether you're from Ireland or beyond, a student or an academic, coming alone or with friends, Dublin is a great city in which to live.. Modern and European, traditional and Irish, it has a unique and lively atmosphere that attracts millions of visitors every year.. Trinity College is one of the world's finest colleges.. And Dublin is one of the world's best cities.. You'll enjoy your time in both.. About the site.. The DublinLife site is just that.. The  ...   any questions, address any issues and reassure any fears you have about your move.. So read on, and remember to visit the site regularly to check for new information.. This site is geared specifically for students but we hope that those coming to work in Trinity will also find it useful.. The.. site map.. will help you find specific information quickly.. Feedback.. We have tried to be as exhaustive as possible, covering all the areas we feel are important, with some bias towards incoming students.. However, we have also addressed issues of relevance to new staff and vistors to the College.. If you feel we have left out or neglected anything, please contact.. secretary@tcd.. ie.. , because the purpose of DublinLife is to help.. you.. Last updated August 29, 2003 by..

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  • Title: DublinLife
    Descriptive info: Arrival.. That first journey through the outskirts and into the heart of a new city is always memorable.. Even if it isn't your first visit, there's the added factor that this will be your home for your time in Trinity.. To ensure your arrival is as smooth as possible, there are a number of things to consider.. before.. you leave for Dublin.. Perhaps most importantly, you need to be absolutely sure that you fulfil any relevant.. immigration requirements.. ; that you have  ...   check.. Arriving in Dublin.. for directions to Trinity from the airport, ports, train and bus stations.. Last, but most certainly not least, there is the matter of.. accommodation.. It is not easy to arrange long-term accommodation unless you are in the city.. And it is advisable to view any accommodation before you make a commitment.. But you can arrange somewhere to stay in the interim, or even just for your first night - then you can explore your new city care free..

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  • Title: DublinLife
    Descriptive info: First Few Days.. As a new student, the first few days in Trinity can be a little overwhelming.. A new college, new people, new experiences, maybe even a new language.. But remember, there are over two thousand others, who, like you, are new to Trinity.. And there's no end of activities in the first week, Orientation Week (also known as Freshers' Week), to keep you entertained and help you meet friends.. See the.. New Trinity Students.. website for a week-by-week guide to your first term in Trinity..

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  • Title: DublinLife
    Descriptive info: Practical Matters.. Your first few weeks in Trinity will, no doubt, be fun filled as you meet new people and settle into your new lifestyle.. But there will be a practical side to your life in Dublin.. For many new undergraduate students, this may be the first experience of independent life.. Which means buying your own food, paying phone bills, organizing insurance.. This section covers the practical side of living.. It should make essential reading for anyone new to Dublin or Ireland..

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  • Title: DublinLife
    Descriptive info: The Culture.. Ireland is a country with a rich culture, reflecting our colourful Celtic roots.. The long tradition of music, drama and literature is recognised and sought after the world over.. In recent years, our artistic expression has been increasingly evident in the revival of Irish film, not to mention the revitalisation of Irish dancing through the Riverdance phenomenon.. Dublin.. offers a balance of traditional and contemporary culture that  ...   long history, has a culture of its own, continuing today in the many clubs and societies as well as academic achievements.. Between the Culture pages and the.. Links.. page, there is information on - and links to - numerous places to visit, from the cultural to the leisurely.. And remember, you don't have to be a tourist to enjoy a Georgian walk or a visit to the Guinness brewery!..

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  • Title: DublinLife
    Descriptive info: Trinity College.. |.. Immigration Information.. Student Information.. Culture.. Transport and Travel.. Directories.. Admissions.. College Calendar.. College Maps.. College Services.. Faculties.. Graduate Students.. International Students.. Student Counselling.. Justice Department Immigration guidelines.. Irish Council for International Students.. Dublin Tourism on-line.. Local Ireland: Dublin.. - lots of information and features.. Dublin Hotels.. - hotel information.. Muse.. - Irish on-line music magazine.. The Event Guide.. - online version of the entertainment listing.. Entertainment Ireland.. Dublin Writers'  ...   Hall.. Chester Beatty Library.. Hugh Lane Gallery.. National Gallery.. National Museum.. National Library.. Irish Museum of Modern Art.. Architectural Dublin.. Brittany Ferries.. - ferry company.. Irish Ferries.. Stena Line.. Swansea Cork Ferries.. Bus Eireann.. - national coach service.. Dublin Bus.. - city bus service.. Iarnrod Eireann.. - national rail service.. AA Guide to Hotels and B&Bs in Ireland.. Hostel Ireland.. - online availability checking and reservations.. Finditireland.. Niceone.. Doras.. Last updated 09/15/2003 by..

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  • Title: DublinLife
    Descriptive info: Site Map.. Documents Required.. Freshers' Week.. Immigration Requirements.. Orientation Meetings.. Accommodation.. Registration.. College.. (TCD site link).. Personal Assistance.. Hostels.. English Conversation Classes.. Hotels.. Lockers.. Lodging.. Students' Experiences.. Purchasing.. Renting.. Arriving by Air.. Arriving by Bus.. Arriving by Car.. Arriving by Ferry.. Arriving by Train.. Emergencies.. Trinity's History.. Crime.. Clubs and Societies.. Health.. Entertainment.. Personal.. Cinemas.. General Information.. Clubs.. Banking.. Pubs.. Climate.. Music Venues.. Communications.. Restuarants.. Cost of Living.. Theatre.. Currency.. Travelling in Ireland.. Driving in Ireland.. Insurance.. Public Transport.. Shopping.. Working in Ireland.. Important Dates..

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  • Title: DublinLife
    Descriptive info: Design Credit.. This site was designed and written by Niall O'Neill, a student on the.. MSc Multimedia Systems.. course in Trinity College.. niall_f_oneill@hotmail.. com..

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  • Title: DublinLife
    Descriptive info: If you are a resident of the European Union, you do not need a visa or passport to enter and live in Ireland.. All other nationalities will need a visa to study and work in Ireland, even those currently living in an EU country.. Applications for visas should be made to your local Irish embassy or consulate.. Detailed information is available on-line at:.. http://www.. justice.. It should be noted that the Student Visa granted to a non-EU national  ...   not.. permit you.. to enter other EU countries without a passport and any necessary visa.. Because immigration requirements differ for every individual, we strongly recommend you contact the local Irish embassy.. They will advise you on your specific circumstances.. For information on entry visa requirements, write to this address:.. Visas Section.. Immigration Division.. Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform.. 72/76 St.. Stephen's Green.. Dublin 2.. Ireland.. + 353 [0]1 6028202.. info@justice.. Last updated August 24, 2003 by..

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  • Title: DublinLife
    Descriptive info: EU residents do not need a passport or visa when coming to Ireland.. You will, however, need a national identification card or some other valid form of identification.. Aside from entry into the country, such identification will be necessary when opening a bank account.. Non-EU nationals will need a passport and the correct visa to enter the country.. To drive in Ireland you will need a valid International Driving Licence.. See.. for more information..

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  • Title: DublinLife
    Descriptive info: Your journey to Dublin will involve at least one of the following.. Comprehensive details are given for each form of transport, to ensure your journey is as smooth as possible.. By Air.. By Bus.. By Car.. By Ferry.. By Train.. Last updated August 21, 2003 by..

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