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UL Open Days FAQs


The booking site usually launches approx. 4 weeks before the event. Once you have submitted your booking, you will you will receive a confirmation email. If you do not receive a confirmation email please ensure that you have entered all your details correctly. It might also be useful to check your ‘junk’ or ‘spam’ folders.

Yes. All of our open days require booking in advance due to their popularity so it is essential that you pre-book for any event.

There is no need to register again on the day.

Please let us know by emailing opendays@ul.ie

Our Open days are held in October and January each year. If you didn’t manage to attend an open day;

  • You can liaise with the Course Director by looking up the webpage for that degree on www.ul.ie/courses and email them directly with any questions you may have.
  • Perhaps your school Guidance Counsellor might be interested in a classroom presentation on UL? Email us on schoolengagement@ul.ie and we’ll take it from there.

Yes; everyone is welcome to attend. Only the prospective student needs to pre-register.  

There is also a Parent's Seminar running on the day too.  See Parent's Seminar for booking details

Time slots for school bookings will operate during October open days.  If a slot is booked out, the system will prevent you from booking that time as it has been oversubscribed. For health and safety reasons, we have to adhere to capacity guidelines to ensure a safe event for all our visitors. Please contact opendays@ul.ie and we can advise you.

Please ask all of your students to book individually for the open day so that we can register their attendance. The school name can also be added to the booking.

If you’ve already booked and the numbers on your group have increased/decreased, you can let us know by emailing opendays@ul.ie


Free Regional Bus Service

Details available at https://www.ul.ie/courses/sites/courses/files/user_media/opendays/Bus_Schedule_OpenDays_Jan_2020.pdf

By car:

UL is located in the Castletroy area of Limerick city, just off the M7 Limerick/Dublin motorway. From the south and west, take exit 30 off the M7 Northbound and follow the signs for the University. From the East/Midlands, take exit 28 off the M7 Southbound and follow the signs for the University.

By public transport:

UL is served by the 304/304A local bus routes from Limerick city. The M7 Express coach also stops on campus with regular daily service.

See attached for more information on accessing UL

Nearby hotels include the Travelodge, the Castletroy Park hotel, and the Kilmurry Lodge.


You can pick up a copy when you arrive on the day. 

Details of the sessions can be found in the brochure schedule (available shortly). Most talks last about 30 mins approx.

First talks begin at 9:30am and the last talks start at 2pm. Each prospective student’s day will start and finish at different times depending on their personal schedule.

The campus tour bus departs approx. every 20 minutes from the set-down area marked on the brochure map on pages 2/3. Tours last for approximately 45 minutes. Tours cover all of the main features of campus; however, they do not enter academic departments. You must go on a campus tour to view the student accommodation.

The UL Sport Arena and the Glucksman Library offer tours during the open day. 

Yes, our open day guides dressed in yellow are current students and will be on hand all over campus. They will be more than happy to talk to you and answer any questions you have about their UL Experience. Additionally, department stands may also feature current students studying a course you might be interested in.

Yes! We would encourage you to talk to our academics who teach on our courses. They can chat with you at the end of a talk, or on the stands.

Yes. Many visitors will be interested in more than one subject and it is entirely up to you which talks you attend. Talks often take place more than once during the day so it is possible to do this. However, please check the programme beforehand to ensure you plan your day to allow this to happen. If it is not possible to attend talks for all the subjects you are interested in, staff and students will be available to answer questions throughout the day.

Yes, we encourage students with disabilities to visit and consider your study options at UL.