Dublin to the four as ‘best city for studying abroad’

by Rachel Cunningham
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Dublin has been rated in the top five European cities to study abroad in, coming in fourth ahead of Sweden’s capital, Stockholm.

The report from the language learning market place Preply gave Dublin an overall score of 48.3 out of 100. The city scored well in happiness, which the report claimed means that international students “can be safe and enjoy their time in a new city”. 

The report also stated: “The city has a very affordable cost of living score of 70.38, mainly due to lower rental prices, and the fourth lowest average cost for groceries. This is slightly higher than in places like Berlin and Brussels. However, it is significantly lower than options such as Zurich, Amsterdam and Oslo.

“A low cost of living is crucial for students when considering a year abroad, as it means you have more cash for experiences in your host city.”

Paris ranked as the top choice for students looking to study abroad in Europe, based on its price level index, low cost of living and rental prices. The french capital was closely followed by Berlin and Barcelona. 

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