You will probably have lots of questions before and during your time in Dublin. Don't worry! We are here to help. Below is a list of frequently asked questions about living in Dublin.
Are you looking for a doctor, grocery store or other amenities in the area? Click here to view the FIE Dublin local area map.
How do I see a doctor?
You can make an appointment at our local GP surgery, Thomas Court Medical Centre. Further details can be found on our Medical Services page.
How do I submit an insurance claim?
If you are covered by Endsleigh Travel Insurance, visit our Insurance page for further information on your insurance policy and how to make a claim.
How do I submit a maintenance report?
Please visit Binary Hub reception in Block A to report maintenance requests.
Is there a gym nearby?
Yes, there’s one in Binary Hub! As well as a number of gyms and fitness facilities in the area. Further details can be found on our Fitness page.
What do I do if I lose my keys and/or fob?
Immediately report to Binary Hub Reception and they’ll sort you out with a new set. Please note there are charges for replacements.
What do I do if my Leap Card is lost or stolen?
What do I do if my wallet is lost or stolen?
Cancel your credit cards and notify your bank as soon as possible. If the wallet is stolen, report it to the Gardaí. We have a phone in our office that you can use to phone your bank/the Gardaí if needed. If you aren’t able to access your money until you receive your new cards, please contact Student Life for support.
Where can my family/friends stay when they visit?
There are plenty of hotels and hostels in the local area – nothing in Dublin is very far away! Further details can be found on our Places to Stay page.
Which libraries can I sign up to?
FIE students have access to libraries at their academic institutions, who have extensive resources and study spaces. Students can also sign up for a membership card at Dublin’s Public Libraries using this online form.