Ireland’s first Masters in Artificial Intelligence (AI) was launched in Dublin in response to a growing demand by industry for AI skills in Ireland.
Employers in Ireland are being urged to implement clear and effective policies on workplace ill-treatment as a survey reveals the scale of the issue for the first time.
Political disillusionment leads to more extreme political views, according to studies carried out by researchers at University of Limerick (UL)..
More than 480 students graduated from University of Limerick (UL) at ceremonies held in the University Concert Hall today (Wednesday).
University of Limerick conferred awards on more than 550 graduands at ceremonies today (Tuesday).
Theresa Curley from Athlone became the 1,000th person to graduate from the joint Revenue and University of Limerick (UL) Taxation programmes at UL when she and her classmates were conferred at a ce
To reflect the growth of the Allied Health Professions at the University of Limerick, the School of Allied Health has been launched.
University of Limerick’s Governing Authority has today voted unanimously to appoint former Tánaiste Mary Harney as Chancellor of University of Limerick and Chairperson of UL’s Governing Authority.
The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Limerick are welcoming 450 Leaving Certificate Biology students from all over Munster into their state-of-the-art laboratories this week.
UL President Dr Des Fitzgerald has established a new Christmas giving tradition at the University of Limerick inviting members of the staff and student community to nominate local charities to be i
The Creative Writing programme at UL has announced the appointment of Dr Martin Dyar as its 2018 Arts Council Writer in Residence.