Interested in spending a semester abroad? Learn more about University of Limerick in Limerick, Ireland!
Located in the heart of Ireland’s West Coast in a bustling cosmopolitan city with traditional roots, the University of Limerick (UL) is a popular destination for international students. More than 13% of its 11,600 students hail from other countries. Among SNHU’s partner schools, UL offers one of the most diverse course catalogs for study abroad students. There is something for nearly every major! Of course, this may have something to do with the fact that UL was voted as having the best overall living experience in Ireland (and fifth in the world). Just three miles from Limerick and fifteen miles from the airport, UL offers a convenient location for exploring the best that Ireland and Great Britain have to offer. For a video about UL, click here.
UL has a 3.00 minimum GPA requirement.
Semester and year-long programs available. Fall (Autumn) semester: early September to mid-December. Spring semester: mid-January to mid-May. For more information, click here and then click “Budget Planner and Academic Calendar” on the left side tab.
Course and Subject Offerings
Business (Accounting, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Insurance, Management, Marketing, Personnel Management, Taxation)
Engineering and I.T. Studies (Architecture, Computer Engineering, Computer Software, Design & Manufacturing, Electrical Distribution, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing, Materials, Production Tools, Robotics Engineering, Wood Technology)
Languages and Linguistics (French, Gaelic/Irish, German, Japanese, Spanish, ESL) and Irish Cultural Studies (for example, Folklore, Music, Dance)
Science (Biochemistry, Biology, Chemical Sciences, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Equine Science, Food Technology, Sport Science)
For Course Catalog, click here, and then expand “Class/ Course/ Module Catalogue” and choose either the “Autumn Module Booklet” or “Spring Module Booklet.”
Students live on-campus in UL apartments. Most accommodations are single bedrooms with fully equipped, shared kitchen space. There are different layouts with private or shared bathrooms. Learn more here.
Some of the Broadening Practicum courses/modules include a Service-Learning component.
For information about volunteering to serve as a “UL International Student Ambassador,” click here.
UL offers international students a Buddy Programme, which provides help getting settled on campus. For more information, click here.
For information about Societies, click here. We highly encourage students to check out the “International Society.”
For information about Clubs, click here.
Scholarships are available. Click here for a database of scholarships and contact email@example.com.
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