What to Do with Your Student Discount in Cork


Student life is known for being a bit of a financial challenge. Not only do you have to pay for food and essentials like toilet roll, but you also have to have enough money to go out and socialise with friends. Some students think that you have to sacrifice things in order to get by (like living on a diet of instant noodles so that you can afford each night out), but that’s not the case.

If you’re going to college in Cork and you’re wondering how on Earth you’re supposed to feed and entertain yourself this weekend and have enough money to go to Havana Brown’s student night on Monday, then look no further, because your favourite Cork-based businesses and high-street chains have got yo’ back.

That’s right: you don’t have to sacrifice those creature comforts; you’ve got a powerful little card in your pocket that knocks money off the cost of things… and this is how you can use it.

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Day Trips for Students in Dublin

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Although Dublin isn’t the largest capital city in the world, it has enough character to compete with the rest. It offers crazy nightlife, great colleges, and everything else that any student could possibly want from their educational experience.

There’s plenty going on in the city to keep you entertained throughout your degree, but if you decide that you want a change of scenery for a day or two, Dublin is the perfect base for you to head out and explore the rest of Ireland.

In fact, the Republic is pretty small in the grand scheme of things, so you’re never really more than a three-hour drive from everything that our glorious country has to offer.

If you’re scratching your head wondering which excursion to do first, then look no further, because we’ve listed the best activities for you and your mates to get stuck in to.

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New Mill Show Flat Launch

Uninest Student Residences began our journey in 2014. We strive to provide the best living experience for students in Dublin, offering stylish, secure and sociable student living. This week, we were delighted to welcome faces from some of Dublin’s most prestigious educational institutions, along with valued friends and partners, to the launch of Dublin’s newest Student Accommodation, New Mill.

Hosted at Teeling Whiskey Distillery, just round the corner from where New Mill is currently being built, with speeches from Tim Mitchell CEO of Uninest Student Residences, and Aaron Bailey Head of Construction in Europe, a great night was had by all.

While Ireland maintains its reputation for having some of the best academic institutions globally there will continue to be high demand for well-maintained purpose-built student accommodation from both home and international students. – Tim Mitchell

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