BINARY HUB, BONHAM STREET, DUBLIN, D08 R596
Binary Hub is a brand-new purpose-built student residence just south of the River Liffey in central Dublin.
Close to the famous Guinness Storehouse and a multitude of shops and pubs, Binary Hub houses students studying with FIE at Dublin Business School (DBS - this includes all summer and internship programs), Trinity College Dublin (TCD), and University College Dublin (UCD). FIE Dublin Summer Internship students will also be residents of Binary Hub.
FIE Dublin Resident Staff offices are based on the ground level of Binary Hub and available to address questions, comments, or concerns easily. Our Student Life Assistants (SLA) live in the building and provide support 24/7.
Whilst Binary Hub is FIE’s main residence in Dublin, students may be placed in alternative accommodation dependent on the programme. These residences include:
Students are housed in single rooms with en-suite bathrooms, within 4 or 5 bed apartments – sharing kitchen and common area space with other FIE students.
- Bed size: UK small double
- Desk/ workspace
- Clothing storage space/ wardrobe
- Notice board
- Pillow and duvet provided (NOT PROVIDED: pillow case, bed sheet, duvet cover)
- Laundry facility in the building
- Fitness room
- Large study and lounge space in the building
- 24/7 staffed reception desk
- In-residence Student Life Assistant (SLA)
- Aparto Student Housing Website: Binary Hub (more photos and information!)
MAIL AND PACKAGES
When mailing items to students in Dublin, please use the following address:
Aparto Binary Hub,
Please note we are unable to accept packages before the student's arrival date on their FIE program
BINARY HUB TO FIE DUBLIN CLASS LOCATIONS
Binary Hub is a 20-minute walk to Dublin Business School (DBS) or Trinity College Dublin (TCD) via central Dublin.
Students studying at University College Dublin (UCD) can access Dublin's easy to use bus system just across from the residence, which offers multiple direct bus options to get to the UCD campus (approximately 30 - 40 minutes).