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Applying to UL

We are now accepting applications for the September 2020 intake. 

If you are applying for one of the following programmes, applicants should note that these programmes will commence in January 2020. We will be accepting applications for these programmes until November 1st 2019.

  • Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology MSc
  • Sports Performance MSc
  • Mental Skills and Mental Health in Sports and Exercise MSc

Non-EU Undergraduate Application

 

Please see here for information about the undergraduate programmes on offer here at UL! 

Applicants can apply directly to the International Office (University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland) by completing our application form (which can be found by clicking here) and returning a completed version with your relevant documents to international@ul.ie  

Our applications are now open will close on the 1st July. Please note some programmes may closes before the 1st July,  for further  on information how to apply please contact us by emailing international@ul.ie 

  • Completed the Application form
  • Certified/ Notarized copies of all transcripts and School/ Degree/ Diploma awards. These can be certified/ notarized by your home school/ college/ university, a notary or a legal representative. 
  • Copy of birth certificate or passport.
  • Medical/ Disability documentation if applicable. 
  • English Language Qualifications if applicable.

The deadline for submitting your application for the September 2020 intake is July 1st 2020. However, certain porgrammes have earlier deadlines and therefore, early application is advised. Early application is particularly advised if you are from a visa-required country.

The University reserves the right not to consider applications and to cancel any offers of places in cases where requested information has not been provided or where falsified or misleading information has been supplied.
Applications will be assessed on the basis of the information supplied. The University will not accept any responsibility for any loss or hardship arising from failure to supply correct and complete information at the appropriate time.
Applications will be assessed using UK NARIC guidelines.

Non-EU Postgraduate Application

To start your application, click here to go to our Graduate School page where you can choose the course you want to apply for and hit ‘apply now’.

An application fee of €35 (electronic transfer) will apply. This fee allows you to apply for two graduate programmes in one online application.

If you encounter any difficulty, you can consult our Postgraduate Application Guide

  • Degree Certificate
  • Transcript of Results from undergraduate degree
  • CV
  • Passport
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation
  • English Language Qualifications if applicable

The deadline for submitting your application for the September 2020 intake is July 1st 2020. However, certain porgrammes have earlier deadlines and therefore, early application is advised. Early application is particularly advised if you are from a visa-required country.

The University reserves the right not to consider applications and to cancel any offers of places in cases where requested information has not been provided or where falsified or misleading information has been supplied.
Applications will be assessed on the basis of the information supplied. The University will not accept any responsibility for any loss or hardship arising from failure to supply correct and complete information at the appropriate time.
Applications will be assessed using UK NARIC guidelines.

Other Programmes

The International Foundation Programme is a one year full-time programme designed to offer international students an alternative route to undergraduate study. This programme is suitable for international students who do not hold qualifications equivalent to the Irish Leaving Certificate or who need a further boost to their English language skills. The tuition fee for the course is €12,000 and includes the €50 non-refundable administration fee. Please note that fees quoted are for the 2019/20 academic year and may increase for the 2020/21 academic year.

How to apply

The first step is to apply for an undergraduate course through the International Office. Suitable candidates will then receive an offer letter from the International Office. UL's Language Centre will issue an offer letter shortly afterwards.

Academic Calendar 2019/20

The International Foundation Programme will start in late August/early September 2019.

For more Information

For more information on the University of Limerick International Foundation Programme, please see the UL Language Centre Website.

 

If you are interested in coming to study at UL as part of the Erasmus Programme, please see here or contact Erasmus@ul.ie 

Study Abroad is open to students who wish to spend a semester or year at UL.

If you are interested in coming to study at UL as part of the Study Abraod Programme, please see here or contact Study.Abroad@ul.ie 

UL has non-EU exchange partnerships with approximately 90 universities worldwide.

If you are interested in coming to study at UL as part of the Study Abraod Programme, please see here or contact Exchange@ul.ie 

We do accept transfers to the university from other programmes. If you are a non-EU student interested in transferring to UL, you will need to apply for undergraduate admission and request advance entry to your programme of choice. 

Applicants can apply directly online to the International Office (University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland). 

The majority of EU students apply through the Central Applications Office (CAO) for admission to undergraduate full-time programmes. However, a small number of programmes have direct applications to the Undergraduate Admissions Office. Further information can be found on UL Admissions website.  

EU students interested in undertaking a Taught-Postgraduate programme should see our Graduate School or contact PostgradAdmissions@ul.ie 

Admissions for PhD Programmes are overseen by our Postgraduate Admissions Department. Please contact PostgradAdmissions@ul.ie