Nord Anglia Education
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Nord Anglia
16 May, 2017

Moving to Dublin

Moving to Dublin, Ireland will be an exciting journey for your family. Our city is an important business center with a strong family focus. Here, we offer advice to help you during your family's move to Dublin.

Living in Dublin
Dublin is Ireland's largest city with a population of 2 million people. Following the economic boom, Dublin is extracting more expats than ever before. The city's Irish charm and residents offers an excellent family life. 

Getting Around Dublin
Getting around Dublin is quick and easy. Public transportation offers trains, trams and busses, making the communite in and out of the city very accessible. 

Things to do in Dublin
Like all major European cities, there is much culture and history to be explored in Dublin. Visit the many museums, castles and churches which provide many stories explainig the rich history of Ireland. Take an adventure out to the mant sea cliffs in Ireland or simply go for a hike and soak in the breathtaking views. 

The country's capital is home to all different types of cuisines from all over the world and is home to some of the country's best restaurants. There are many sporting clubs and acitivities for people of all ages (yes - even parents!). If you're up for the challenge, try and play a game of Gaelic Football - the country's national sport. 

Relocating your child
Moving your child between cities and countries can be daunting. Sometimes the fear of disrupting your child can even put a stop to family plans to move to a new location. 

As Dublin's first international IB school, we know better than anyone how important it is to make the process of relocating your family as easy as possible. Our welcoming school community means that your child will easily settle into student life in Dublin. 

Nord Anglia International School Dublin is proud of our International Baccalaureate curriculum recognised by schools around the world. 

Our transferrable curriculum allows families to move easily between any of our 70 Nord Anglia Education schools.  When moving to Dublin, your child will experience the Early Years Programme, Primary Years Programme, Middle Years Programme and the Diploma Programme.  

We prepare our students to transition to other high performance schools, in every country around the globe.  Our emphasis on personal values, skills, and attitudes will prepare your child for successful transition.