University of Limerick has welcomed a large number of international delegates to campus for its Global Partners Week.
The UL Global team welcomed 49 international delegates to the UL Global Partners Week this week, May 9-13. Delegates are visiting UL from 14 countries and represent 22 universities.
The theme ‘Celebrating 50 years of Sustainability and Inclusion in International Education’ celebrates best practice in two of the key concerns for society today as well as marking the University's 50th birthday.
The delegates will also have the opportunity to visit Limerick city and the Wild Atlantic Way, including the Cliffs of Moher, during their visit to the region.
Professor Máiréad Moriarty, Vice President Global and Community Engagement said: “This is the first in person Global Partners week to take place at UL since 2019 and is a great pleasure to welcome our partners back to Ireland and to the University of Limerick campus.
“There is a busy programme of events that celebrate 50 years of inclusivity and sustainability in International Education. We will be joined by many of our international education partners during this event and we look forward to showcasing the best that UL has to offer. It is fantastic to have visitors back on campus again,” Professor Moriarty added.
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