All posts, Politics & Public Administration, Students, Taught postgraduates

Masters in Public Administration: Postgraduate Student Profile – Jurate Andrijauskiene

MA in Public Administration Postgraduate Student Profile: Jurate Andrijauskiene What made you study at UL? I worked in a private sector managerial role for twelve years and decided to change my career path. I joined Limerick City and County Council in 2017 and I knew that I would build strong customer service, communication, and leadership… Continue reading Masters in Public Administration: Postgraduate Student Profile – Jurate Andrijauskiene

All posts

Speed and Space: Recent(-ish) Developments in Internet Music and Sound

Due to Covid-19 many musicians have begun to explore live streaming technologies and are posting non real-time Zoom collaborations. How much these habits continue after a vaccine is found remains to be seen, but I would assume that some of these practices are here to stay. From an educational point of view, we must incorporate… Continue reading Speed and Space: Recent(-ish) Developments in Internet Music and Sound

All posts

Music, bringing communities together during this time of uncertainty

As community musicians, we interrogate, explore and debate what the term community means. At its worst, it can be an exclusive structure – a framework for deciding who is in and who is out, an excuse to build walls between Them and Us. However, at its best, it is a space for expressing solidarity and… Continue reading Music, bringing communities together during this time of uncertainty

All posts

We can find inspiration and hope in these strange times through creativity, music and song

Course Director, MA Songwriting: Carl Corcoran Songwriters are inspired by an inner voice and spirit, coupled with a desire to move the listener. But finding the subject matter for such creation can often be a tedious and difficult pre-occupation. Certainly, there are tricks and tools of the trade. Some writers engage in the practice of… Continue reading We can find inspiration and hope in these strange times through creativity, music and song

All posts

5 reasons why you should do an internship placement as part of your postgraduate study.

An internship placement offered as part of your postgraduate programme is a great opportunity to learn new skills and gain experience that will aid you in your future career. Learn more below about why it is worth taking part in an internship placement during your postgraduate course. Gain valuable work experience: During your internship you… Continue reading 5 reasons why you should do an internship placement as part of your postgraduate study.

All posts, Co-op & work experience stories, Our graduates, Research, Researcher profiles, Students

A Day in the Life of a Journalist: Aisling Moloney – Graduate Profile

Aisling Moloney is a recent graduate from the BA in Journalism and New Media with Economics here in UL. She is currently a Presenter/Research RTÉ news2day, multi-media journalist at RTÉ News, as she speaks about her experience below. BA in Journalism and New Media with Economics Graduate, Aisling Moloney Why did you choose UL/this course?… Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Journalist: Aisling Moloney – Graduate Profile

All posts, Law, Research, Students, Taught postgraduates

LLM International Commercial Law: Postgraduate Profile – Aisling Croke

Aisling Croke is currently studying for the LLM International Commerical Law here at UL. Aisling gives her perspective on studying the LLM and her experience of the course so far. What made you study at UL? I was going to do my FE1’s while I was doing the Masters programme and I just thought it… Continue reading LLM International Commercial Law: Postgraduate Profile – Aisling Croke

All posts, Articles, Erasmus & study abroad stories, History, International students, Our graduates, Research, Researcher profiles, Students, Taught postgraduates

MA in History of Family: Graduate Profile – Carmel McEvey

Carmel is a recent graduate of the MA in History of Family (online), Carmel resides in Australia and describes her experience of completing the MA remotely and her student experience in UL. MA in History of Family Graduate Carmel McEvey What made you choose the MA in History of Family at UL? I had previously… Continue reading MA in History of Family: Graduate Profile – Carmel McEvey

All posts, Modern Languages & Applied Linguistics, Research, Researcher profiles, Students, Taught postgraduates

MA TESOL: Postgraduate Profile – Darrell Healy

Darrell Healy is currently studying the MA TESOL here at UL. Darrell gives his perspective on studying in UL and his experience of the course so far. MA TESOL Student Darrell Healy What made you study at UL? I was looking at courses in TESOL and the one in UL seemed appropriate for what I… Continue reading MA TESOL: Postgraduate Profile – Darrell Healy

All posts, International students, Law, Students, Taught postgraduates

LLM Human Rights in Criminal Justice: Postgraduate Profile – Ayobami Ademuwagun

Ayobami Ademuwagun is from Nigeria and is currently studying for the LLM Human Rights in Criminal Justice here at UL. Ayobami gives her perspective on studying in Ireland and her experience of the course so far. LLM Human Rights in Criminal Justice Student Ayobami Ademuwagun What did you learn on the course? There’s two different… Continue reading LLM Human Rights in Criminal Justice: Postgraduate Profile – Ayobami Ademuwagun