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International Study Exchange Experience at the School of Law, UL

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The School of Law was delighted to welcome four Study Exchange students from the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada to the University of Limerick for the autumn/winter semester 2017/18. The law students (Brooke Haberstock, Kaitlin Kuefler, Matthew Janssen and Meaghan Partridge) studied a range of undergraduate and postgraduate modules delivered by the School of Law and, in addition to their studies, also took the opportunity to discover Ireland.

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One of the visiting students, Kaitlin Kuefler, had the following to say about her experience:

“I had a wonderful experience the University of Limerick’s School of Law. As a visiting law student from Canada, studying at UL allowed me to familiarize myself with the law of the European Union and the legal traditions of Ireland, topics of which I would not otherwise have been exposed.

I took both masters and undergraduate courses and found the course selection and quality of instruction to be excellent. Studying at UL also gave me the chance to explore Ireland, which is one of the most hospitable and beautiful countries I’ve ever visited. It was a memorable experience and one that I’ll look back on fondly.”

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Many more Study Exchange students also joined the School of Law, UL, for one or two semesters in 2017/18 academic year. These included students from the University of Texas (Austin), University of Massachusetts and Northern Arizona University, USA as well as from the University of Calgary, Canada and Murdoch University, Australia.

For more information on the opportunities for international students at the School of Law, please visit https://ulsites.ul.ie/law/international-students-3.

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