University of Limerick (UL) has officially opened its application portal for its Spring 2024 postgraduate and professional studies programmes, it’s largest offering to date for students wishing to commence in the new year.
With a diverse array of cutting-edge programmes to choose from, UL continues its tradition of offering world-class education and fostering a vibrant community of learners. Whether your interest lies in business and management, data and AI, engineering and quality or Health, Medicine and sports, UL offers a wide range of programmes to cater to diverse interests and career aspirations. From Professional Diplomas to Master's degrees, and short courses to Apprenticeships , UL provides the perfect platform for academic, career and personal growth.
Included among the spring start programmes are full-time, part-time, online and microcredential or short courses – offering students flexibility to choose a programme to suit their career and life stages. Prospective students can explore the comprehensive list of Spring 2024 programmes by visiting the Spring Starts webpage. Here, they will find a detailed listing of all programmes on offer. Further exploration of each programme will help future students uncover course content, admission requirements, and application procedures.
"We invite ambitious individuals to explore our Spring 2024 programmes," said Dr Raymond Lynch, Associate Vice President, Graduate and Professional Studies at University of Limerick. "UL is committed to nurturing talent and providing students with the knowledge, skills, and experiences they need to excel in their chosen fields. We look forward to welcoming our new cohort and joining them on the next step of their academic journey."
The application portal for Spring 2024 is now open, and interested candidates are encouraged to submit their applications at the earliest opportunity. Early application is advisable to secure a place in their preferred programme, particularly those postgraduate programmes receiving government funding under the Springboard+ and HCI initiatives.
Prospective students are invited to attend any one of a series of events to explore their programme of interest in more detail. Alternatively, they can contact the dedicated Graduate and Professional Studies Admissions team, who are available to answer queries and provide guidance throughout the application process.
For more information and to start your application, please visit https://www.ul.ie/gps/spring-starts.