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154 days and counting…

By Jacqui Mannix Geoghegan (1st year LM002 BA Arts, University of Limerick) I started at UL on the 6th of September 2018 and the last 154 days have been the most exciting time of my life. I don’t think anything can prepare you for the freedom and adventure university has to offer. Coming from such… Continue reading 154 days and counting…

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Kathleen Turner writes about why celebrations of culture are so important

Dr Kathleen Turner is a singer, songwriter, community musician and researcher. She is Course Director of the MA Community Music at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance and this year’s recipient of the Jerome Hynes Fellowship, supported by the Arts Council of Ireland. She is currently in New Zealand on a cultural trip as… Continue reading Kathleen Turner writes about why celebrations of culture are so important

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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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Arts degrees and your future career

By Sarah Talty Sometimes I feel like the world is divided into two types of people: people who think it’s okay to study Arts and people who don’t. But a lot of the time these people are misinformed or their career route is so straightforward they can’t see past a college degree. If you’re doing… Continue reading Arts degrees and your future career

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Choosing Arts subjects

By Cassandra Murphy An arts degree can be a scary thing. Your options are endless and every class looks as tempting as the next.  You go in knowing exactly what you want from your degree and come out after the four years with a completely different outlook. For me, all of the above is true… Continue reading Choosing Arts subjects