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Having Survived two Natural Calamities

By Simran Kapur, MA in Journalism, University of Limerick When I initially packed up my bags for Ireland my mother was extremely worried about the possible weather conditions and kept stuffing my bag with every possible jacket she found lying around. In the end as you all must have guessed my luggage went leaps and… Continue reading Having Survived two Natural Calamities

Prof McElligott with History PhD students Punita Kapoor and Reka
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Faculty of Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) New Delhi sign an historic agreement of cooperation

The Faculty of Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences at the University of Limerick has signed an historic agreement of cooperation with the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) New Delhi, one of India’s foremost research universities. The agreement was signed in the presence of Minister Mary Mitchell-O’Connor, and His Excellency The Irish Ambassador to India, Dr Brian McElduff. … Continue reading Faculty of Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) New Delhi sign an historic agreement of cooperation

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Undertaking an MA in Ireland: what American students need to know before jumping in

By Jenny Schaeffer, student on the MA Sociology (Youth, Community, and Social Regeneration) Many people (in Ireland and abroad) have questioned why I chose to study at the University of Limerick. For some, it is hard for them to wrap their heads around what this experience is really like -- so I figured I’d attempt… Continue reading Undertaking an MA in Ireland: what American students need to know before jumping in

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My experience studying Law at the University of Limerick

The School of Law at UL recently received recognition of its Law degrees – Law Plus and Law and Accounting – from the Bar Council of India. Here one of our recent Law graduates, Pavan Ramaswamy, tells us of his experience and why he chose the School of Law, University of Limerick (UL) to study… Continue reading My experience studying Law at the University of Limerick

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My work placement in Spain

By Aine O'Neill As part of my BA in English and History at the University of Limerick, it is mandatory to do a cooperative placement. Although you have the option to do this placement in Ireland, I luckily was picked to go to Spain! There are many companies which collaborate with UL for placement, for… Continue reading My work placement in Spain

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Bar Council of India recognition for UL Law degrees

Brilliant news for our Law students - the School of Law at the University of Limerick has secured recognition of UL Law programmes by the Bar Council of India. UL's School of Law is only the second law school in Ireland to achieve such recognition. The approval process saw a week-long visit of a high… Continue reading Bar Council of India recognition for UL Law degrees

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Language Exchange meeting for UL and international students

Each semester the Language Learning Hub at the University of Limerick organises a Language Exchange Meeting, which give UL students and international students the chance to meet, improve their languages and learn about each others' cultures.   More photos can be found on Languages@UL's Facebook page. Well done to Catherine Jeanneau, who organises the meeting!

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Brazilian students complete Winter School in Family Law at UL

The School of Law, UL, was delighted to host a group of visiting students from Brazil in January 2018 for a four week “Winter School in Family Law”. The students, who are all studying Law in Maringá, Brazil, studied a wide range of Family Law issues including marriage, divorce, domestic violence, surrogacy, children’s rights and… Continue reading Brazilian students complete Winter School in Family Law at UL

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International Study Exchange Experience at the School of Law, UL

The School of Law was delighted to welcome four Study Exchange students from the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada to the University of Limerick for the autumn/winter semester 2017/18. The law students (Brooke Haberstock, Kaitlin Kuefler, Matthew Janssen and Meaghan Partridge) studied a range of undergraduate and postgraduate modules delivered by the School of… Continue reading International Study Exchange Experience at the School of Law, UL

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How to prepare to go on Erasmus

By Elle Walsh, 3rd year Applied Languages student at the University of Limerick It can seem daunting trying to get ready for a semester abroad if you’ve never lived outside of Ireland before. Knowing what to pack, what to leave behind and most importantly, what to expect can be a real challenge. That’s why I’ve decided… Continue reading How to prepare to go on Erasmus

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The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step

MPhil Student Punita Kapoor from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India, came to the University of Limerick under the Faculty of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, International Activity Challenge Fund 2017. Here she writes about her 8 weeks at UL:   To say I had the best of both worlds is what comes to my mind spontaneously… Continue reading The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step

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School of Law Names China Internship Winner

The School of Law, University of Limerick, is delighted to announce Ms Niamh Shanahan (4th year Law Plus) as this year’s recipient of the School of Law/CRCC Asia Scholarship to conduct a two-month legal internship in China in summer 2018. Each year, the School of Law supports one student to the tune of €1,750 to… Continue reading School of Law Names China Internship Winner