Get €400 off when you book for 2021/22
Get €400 off when you book for 2021/22


Make the most of your student experience


Why choose our student accommodation?

We’re excited to announce that Nido Student is coming to Ireland. Our new Cork student accommodation will be opening its doors in September 2020. We have residences across Europe and are delighted to be bringing our award-winning student experience to Ireland.

Hand-picked locations ensure you’re close to your university and city centre, our year-round events calendar will introduce you to new friends, experiences and opportunities, plus our Nido team will make you feel at home from the moment you arrive.

It’s more than just a room. Nido Student is where lie-ins, lectures, lunches out, library time, and nights out create memories. Live your best student life with us.

Our locations

Our 19 locations across Europe, provide student accommodation for universities in Ireland, Portugal, The Netherlands and the UK. We know not everyone is a morning person so each of our residences are centrally located and close to the city’s top universities. Love going out and travelling? We do too. So all of our residences offer brilliant transport links for travelling across town, the country or internationally.


From tips on how to make the most of Freshers’ Week to what’s going on in your local area, you can read all kinds of student guides, Nido news and first-hand accounts penned by your fellow students, right here. Fancy writing about your own student experience? We’re always on the lookout for content creators, so if you’ve got a great idea or just fancy giving something new a try, be sure to get in touch.


If you missed Nurse Joan’s ‘Stay In, Stay Safe’ session about ‘Mental Health & How to Spot If Someone is Struggling’, you can watch it again here. We’ve also summarised all of the main points that he covered in his session below:  Let’s talk about mental health.  Mental health determines how we feel about ourselves, the way we interact with those Read more >


If you missed Nurse Joan’s ‘Stay In, Stay Safe’ session about Covid-19 and sleep, you can watch it again here. We’ve also summarised all of the main points that he covered in the session below:  Coronavirus has taken us into a world of uncharted waters. Countless lockdowns, economies have ground to a halt, and have unleashed fear amongst us. With such unprecedented changes coming so quickly, Read more >

5 reasons to study in Cork

Known by locals as the ‘real capital of Ireland’, Cork is enchanting and rustic in ambience, a place where young people can be creative and inspired. The city’s artisan coffee bars, vibrant art galleries and live music seamlessly mesh with its traditional pubs and architecture, evolving Cork into a cosmopolitan city. To top it all off, Cork is renowned for its fresh locally sourced ingredients whether it is from one of the many gourmet restaurants or their established English Market.