About Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland
Dublin, like Ireland, continues to thrive. It is one of Europe’s most dynamic cities, attracting students from all over the world. The economic boom of the past two decades can be seen in every aspect of Dublin life, from restaurants and bars to award-winning buildings and new modes of transport. Ireland’s rich culture flows deeply through these new times. We are proud of our heritage for it is our heritage that has made this city and this country great.
Dun Laoghaire, the home of IADT, is a major town on the outskirts of Dublin City, with excellent transport links and a thriving community of its own. Originally known as Kingstown, to mark a visit by George IV in 1821, it has boomed with Ireland’s economic success. It is easily accessible from the Institute and offers a whole range of amenities including gyms, pools, bars, restaurants, coffee shops, parks and libraries. There are regular festivals and the Pavilion Theatre hosts plays and concerts throughout the year.