Skills for a Digital Future

UL @ Work is a new range of digital led programmes from the University of Limerick (UL) and co-designed with industry, which enables upskilling and reskilling through combining education and work in areas like; data analytics, ICT, industry 4.0, robotics, digital leadership, law and technology and future studies. 

We have co-designed our programmes with industry to advance lifelong learning and professional growth in a digital age.

The UL@Work initiative comprises of over 19 programmes for undergraduate, postgraduate, and work-based learners, and are designed to be flexible to the needs of students and employers. The initiative is funded by the Human Capital Initiative (HCI), part of the National Training Fund. Offering a reduced fee to the learner.

Over 19 programmes break into 4 pillars;

1. Professional Diplomas 

Part-time, 100% online Level 9 qualifications suitable for work based learners. Diplomas can be stacked to build a Digital Futures Masters. Applications for the Professional Diplomas in Data Analytics,  Stragegic Leadershi, Industry 4.0, Natural Lanugage Processing, Law and Technologu Intelligent Systems, Cognitive Robotics, Computor Vision Systems, and Digital Future & Innovations are now taking expressions of interest, please click on the programme tiles below.

2. A new Masters Degree

Build your own Master of Digital Futures. The Professional Diplomas allow you to select the PDs that are suitable to your personal future world of work.

If you would like to find out more Register your Interest here.

3. Challenge-Based Engineering Degrees (Launching September 2022)

Accelerated Undergraduate Degrees with a longer work-based placements, making students work-ready immediately after graduation.

If you would like to find out more Register your Interest here.

4. Top-up Degrees

Aimed at non degree holders who are currently working in their field of potential study.

If you would like to find out more Register your Interest here.

5. Short Professional Development Modules

Also known as Microcredientials, these are suitable for learners who do not want to commit to longer term study, while still gaining an accreditation.

If you would like to find out more Register your Interest here.

The first initative will  be launching in September 2021, if you would like to be kept informed about when the UL@Work initiatives are launched then register your interest for the programme below:

If you are looking to upskill, re-skill or grow your business then UL @ Work is for you. We offer technical and transversal skills programmes in ICT, engineering, business, humanities, and future studies. UL and partner employers from the Mid-West and Ireland have worked closely to create the UL @ Work portfolio. 

If you are interested in any other area of UL@Work contact Coordinator Sharon Barrett  ( e or register your interest for the Programmes at the link below