Greetings from a very sunny Limerick, we are currently having the hottest weather in Ireland since the 1970's.
University of Limerick unveiled the new UL Glucksman Library, which has now doubled in size and capacity having added an extra 7,600 sq.
The Latest edition of our newsletter highlights just some of the recent activities that have been taking place in the International Education Division including campus visits from delegations from
Scholarship Opportunity for Irish University Students to attend Summer School at University in China and intern at a Chinese company in summer 2018
Win a Free Flight Back to Ireland!
We are delighted to once again launch our annual Win a Flight Back to Ireland competition for international UL students.
During a recent visit to New York members of the University of Limerick had the pleasure of meeting Paul Keating from the Irish Central media group.
This month, we not only said goodbye to the graduating class of 2017/8, but we also welcomed hundreds of new Study Abroad and Erasmus students to UL.
The Minister for Justice and Equality of Ireland, Mr Charlie Flanagan T.D., announced the lifting of the visa requirement for citizens of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) travelling to Ireland with e
Three of the University of Limerick's postgraduate courses have won national awards in their category at the GradIreland Higher Education Awards.
Welcome to the International Education Division's Annual Newsletter for 2017!
The University of Limerick Study Abroad team have been selected as this year's recipient of the University of Minnesota Balkcum Award.
Our students often explore the castle ruins on campus but many do not know the history that surrounds them so we thought that we would share it with you. Thank you Milford National School
Castle Troy or Black Castle (Caisleán Chalaidh an Treoigh)
Black Castle was built during the reign of King Henry III (1216-1272), by the O’Briens. It was built on the banks of the Shannon. The Earl of Desmond was overlord of the whole territory around the 1500s but he lost his title after his rebellion against Queen Elizabeth in 1583.He was never to rule these lands again. The estate went to the Bourkes of Brittas and Castleconnell.
The Castle was owned by Mahony Keogh (or Mac Keogh) in the mid 1600s. The Keoghs were a warlike tribe, often in conflict with neighbouring chiefs. Keogh had a very beautiful daughter, whose hand was sought in marriage by a certain chieftain, but the young lady sent him about his business and would have nothing to do with him. One night he returned with his m
Jena Araojo has recently returned home to her university William & Mary, Virginia after spending a semester in Ireland with Study Abroad. While in Ireland Jena took advantage of the fact that mainland Europe is so easy to access and traveled to 9 other countries.
At the University you may find that you have large blocks of time between your classes. Declan, Coordinator of UL's University of Limerick First Seven Weeks programme shares his advice on what you can do with this time.
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