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

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Looking back: CAO

By Cassandra Murphy As I prepare for my final year in UL (for my undergraduate at least) I can’t help but look back and think where I was three years ago. Sitting at home waiting for CAO offers to come around. Still shaking from results day I was hoping that this would be the day… Continue reading Looking back: CAO

All posts, Co-op & work experience stories, Students, Undergraduates

How switching courses changed my University experience

By Jennifer Purcell The transition from secondary school to University can be quite daunting, after months of studying and preparation for the Leaving Cert, you’ve finally got your CAO offer and its off to college you go! But what happens when you don’t like your course? To my complete shock, I was offered New Media… Continue reading How switching courses changed my University experience

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Choose a subject you love, and choose UL!

By Colleen O'Brien Hello! For any of you who don’t know me (which could be a lot), my name is Colleen O’Brien and I’m a first year studying English & History in University of Limerick. I’m one of the lucky few who post on this blog so hopefully you can get through this post without… Continue reading Choose a subject you love, and choose UL!