BSC Dublin
Fact File

Discover everything about BSC Dublin

Our newest location, BSC Dublin is our first school outside of the UK, in a thriving and fast-growing European city.  

Download the BSC Dublin fact file to discover more about the facilities available at the school, our exciting social activities programme and key facts about Dublin and further across Ireland.

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Most of Dublin's main sights and attractions are within easy reach of the school, including Dublin Castle, Christ Church Cathedral and Trinity College.

Find us at:

BSC Dublin, Ulysses House, Foley Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

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Social programme

Discover the best of Dublin with our lively social programme and visit some of Ireland's beautiful and wild scenery with our exciting excursions to the stunning West Coast. Find out more about our social programme, visits and excursions.

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School facilities  

BSC Dublin is located in the centre of the city and shares its newly refurbished property with our partner Business School, EM Normandie. The school benefits from a student café and lounge, and nine spacious classrooms fitted with the latest technology to assist your learning.

Student welfare

At British Study Centres London, our aim is for all students to feel secure and content. We promise to give you a friendly welcome and provide any personal support you might need - from disability support to health and safety. Click here to find out more on what we are doing to look after our students

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Arriving in Dublin

Before arriving in Dublin, make sure to arrange a transfer from the airport to the school or your accommodation. BSC offers a worry-free transfer option when booking, allowing you to get a direct transfer from the airport, directly to BSC Dublin. Contact us for more information.

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Getting around Dublin

With a network of trains, trams, buses and bikes, travelling around Dublin is widely accessible. Visit the Dublin Public Transport website for more information on services available.

By Train: Connolly Station (3-minute walk from school) is the busiest station in Dublin, with regular rail connections to surrounding areas.