The University of Limerick Governing Authority has this Friday sanctioned the purchase of the Dunnes Stores site on Sarsfield Bridge in Limerick city to develop a UL City Campus.
Fergal Keane is to give a lecture on Journalism and Democracy under Siege: How Can We Combat the Threat of Fake News and the Rise of Populism.
Indecon research identifies an average wage premium of 38% - 43% for university graduates over those with no formal education and a large cash payback to the State from investment in universities
This year’s All Ireland Conference for Undergraduate Research (AICUR) had its highest numbers of undergraduate research participants to date, and took place in the Kemmy Business School, UL on 28th
UL first in Ireland in both ‘Gender Equality’ and ‘Decent Work and Economic Growth’ rankings
Study's findings might be used to improve teaching and learning
Irish second level students are in with a chance to develop a science experiment for testing on a microgravity flight this October to help address the issue of sustaining life beyond this planet.
Wicked problems are problems which are resistant to change, which morph over time and turn would-be ideal solutions into worse problems that persist; examples are no-go zones in urban areas, seriou
Approximately 600 children from across Limerick attended the seventh annual Teddy Bear Hospital (TBH) hosted by medical students from University of Limerick's Graduate Entry Medical School (GEMS).
University of Limerick has signed the Learning Limerick’s Memorandum of Understanding, signaling its commitment to advancing Limerick’s progress as a Learning Region. Learning Limerick is a partne
University of Limerick hosted its 11th annual International Women’s Day conference onFriday, March 8th 2019.
Pupils who enjoy physical education and the arts take part in school life more fully than those who do not, according to a research study led by UL’s Dr.