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Graduate profile: Maude O’Sullivan (BA Arts)

Maude O’Sullivan studied a BA in Arts (Irish and New Media) at the University of Limerick and is now a graduate area manager with Aldi. In an article for the Irish Times, she speaks about her current role, and also gives advice to graduates: "The advice I would give to graduates would be when choosing a… Continue reading Graduate profile: Maude O’Sullivan (BA Arts)

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Our graduates a year on: Jennifer Purcell

Jennifer Purcell graduated from UL's BA in Journalism and New Media in 2017. We catch up with her to see what she's up to a year on... Looking back, what did you like best about your course? I loved the practical side of our course. I was never good at concentrating or paying attention for… Continue reading Our graduates a year on: Jennifer Purcell

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Career workshop for AHSS postgraduate researchers

On Wednesday 23rd November 2016, Elaine Kiely, the Postgraduate Careers Advisor from the Cooperative Education and Careers Division within UL gave a workshop to AHSS Postgraduate Researchers.  Elaine explained some of the key factors in career decision-making and the importance for students to begin to develop career plans.  The workshop was organised to assist postgraduates… Continue reading Career workshop for AHSS postgraduate researchers

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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