Power Cable Connection
In Ireland, Type G is the official standard. https://www.worldstandards.eu/electricity/plugs-and-sockets/
Travel around Dublin
The main options for public transport around Dublin include Dublin Bus, LUAS, Irish Rail and DART. An integrated travel card, LEAP, is available across these transport modes. The Transport for Ireland (TFI) app provides on-line timetables and further information for travellers. Dublin Bikes allows you to cycle through the city.
Travel to and from Dublin Airport
Dublin does not yet have a metro that facilitates a link into the city. You have two options:
- Bus – Dublin Express is a direct bus option
- Taxi – You can book a taxi transfer here, or alternatively, there is a taxi rank available outside of the airport. You should expect to pay between €25 and €40
For information on the visa requirement for travel to Ireland, please consult the Department of Foreign Affairs Visa Section. If you require a letter as part of the application process for a visa, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, stating the information which is required in the letter.
Eduroam is widely available. If you have trouble using Eduroam, there is TU Dublin guest WiFi available here https://www.tudublin.ie/for-students/wifi-eduroam/
TU Dublin Grangegorman
A map y of the TU Dublin Grangegorman Campus is available HERE. Further information on the Campus is available on the TU Dublin website: https://www.tudublin.ie/explore/our-campuses/grangegorman/