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New UL Arts programme ranked as highest general-entry arts course in the country

The University of Limerick and Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences are delighted by the enormous interest in our new LM002 BA Arts programme, which is now ranked as the highest general-entry arts course in the country with 360 points.

One of the programme’s strengths is its range of 19 subjects with 176 possible combinations to degree level. Professor Tom Lodge, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, said he was “overjoyed that so many talented young people would be joining the course” and looked forward to welcoming them next week.

The programme is offered in association with Mary Immaculate College, who offer a number of subjects to UL students.

LM002 website: www.ul.ie/arts

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