The University of Limerick operates primarily through the medium of the English language. However, the University has made significant developments over the duration of two Schemes (2006-2009) and (2009-2012) in its provision of Irish medium and bilingual services.


Other useful documents

General Services

  • An Irish version of the UL Website is currently under review with all targeted top level pages translated
  • Staff members in targeted areas are available to interact with customers in Irish
  • An Irish version of the Campus Map is available on the UL website
  • Voicemail messages are recorded bilingually in targeted offices
  • HR job application forms together with standard response letters are available in Irish from the HR office and the Recruitment Pack is available in Irish

 Staff Education and Development

  • A comprehensive range of Irish language education programmes are available for staff during working hours, promoted by the Staff Education and Development Unit and Aonad na Gaeilge
  • A language awareness presentation has been incorporated into the Induction Programme offered to all new staff and faculty
  • A language awareness programme, Gnéithe den Fheasacht Teanga has been designed. This has been incorporated as module GA3034 in the UL Teastas/Dioplóma sa Ghaeilge

Student Documentation

  • A range of forms are available bilingually with further details available on the Academic Registry, Admissions and Fees sites

 Useful links

Acht na dTeangacha Oifigiúla 2003

Official Languages Act 2003 [English version]

Postal Address: Corporate Secretary’s Office, Main Office, Room A1-073, Main Building.