UL has over 600 mature students registered on its full-time undergraduate programmes and typically has up to 60 mature students registered on its Mature Student Access Certificate in any one year. Mature students in UL can avail of a wide range of supports and services – some of these are offered by the Mature Student Office specifically for mature students, while others are available to all students here in UL.
All UL registered students can avail of a range of services provided by various learning support centres at the University.
These Centres are listed below and further information is available on each by clicking directly on each link.
The University of Limerick is committed to ensuring that everyone with a disability is treated in a fair and inclusive manner and is given the opportunity to achieve their educational goals in an inclusive learning environment.
Full information on supports available for students with disabilities is available from the UL Disability Support Services webpage.
The Co-operative Education and Careers Division is responsible for the management and development of the Cooperative Education and Careers programmes at UL.
Patsy Ryan is the Careers Adviser for Mature Students in UL.
Areas she can help you with include the following:
- What can you do with your degree?
- Preparing your Co-Op CV
- Getting work experience
- Looking for Jobs
- CVs and Applications Interview Preparation
- Postgraduate Study