Get €400 off when you book for 2022/23
Get €400 off when you book for 2022/23


Make the most of your student experience


Why choose our student accommodation?

Our new Cork student accommodation has opened its doors in September 2020. We have residences across Europe and are delighted to have opened our first residence in 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.

Nido Curraheen Point offers studio and ensuite rooms along with shared social & study spaces and is located less than 15-minute walk to Munster Technological University and University College Cork. Plus, there is no lottery so you can book your room in just a few clicks. Check out our current offers for your academic year.

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.

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