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A warm welcome to our new students

Last week we welcomed our new 1st year students to the Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences. We are particularly pleased to see so many students on our new LM002 Bachelor of Arts course, which is new for September 2017. This year, LM002 is the highest general-entry arts course in the country with 360 points.… Continue reading A warm welcome to our new students

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Settling into Spring Semester Two

By Judy Sheehan Welcome everybody! We find that Semester Two has sprung up on us, and the Christmas break seems like a distant memory at this stage. Having just entered week three of a fourteen week semester, time seems to be flying already!The Christmas exams went really well thankfully and no repeats so far! Lets talk… Continue reading Settling into Spring Semester Two

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The Basics of Japanese Writing: For Beginners, By A Beginner

By Sinead Cryan So, you're thinking about learning Japanese, either by yourself, or in UL as part of your course. Or maybe you're just a bit curious about it, because it looks like a bunch of nonsensical squiggles when you see it around. Either way, you've probably heard that Japanese is one of the most… Continue reading The Basics of Japanese Writing: For Beginners, By A Beginner

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My time at UL

By Fay Langley Well, hello there! My name is Fay and I come from a little Gaeltacht island , the most southern part of Ireland called Cape Clear (Oileáin Chléire) in Co.Cork and THANKFULLY I survived the leaving cert blues last year and made it to UL to study my dream course: Applied Languages! I’m studying Irish, French… Continue reading My time at UL