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Mr Justice Peter Charleton delivers lecture on homicide at UL

Mr Justice Peter Charleton of Ireland’s Supreme Court delivered a special evening lecture at the University of Limerick this week. The lecture, entitled ‘Thoughts on Homicide’, focused on the causes and consequences of hatred in society. Drawing on his personal and professional experience as a defence barrister, as prosecuting counsel, as a member of the… Continue reading Mr Justice Peter Charleton delivers lecture on homicide at UL

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AHSS welcomes TY students to campus

This week the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences welcomed Transition Year students on to campus for Taster Sessions in our wide variety of undergraduate subjects. 620 students from 21 schools visited the University of Limerick on 28-28th November, for course talks and subject lectures. Students from Mayo, Waterford and Laois visited, as well… Continue reading AHSS welcomes TY students to campus

International students, Students, Undergraduates

VIDEO: Day in the life of a student at UL

By Nadine Kimak I have been studying at the University of Limerick for almost one semester now and I wanted to give you a little sneak peak in how a day in the life of a student looks like. Before you watch it, I just wanted to say that not every day looks like the day… Continue reading VIDEO: Day in the life of a student at UL

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How to make the most of those 50 minutes!

By Ciarán O'Sullivan, 1st year Economics & Sociology at UL. Sometimes I find it quite challenging to fully concentrate in lectures. In some I will be completely clued in to what my lecturer is talking about. Then in other lectures I will entirely zone out because they may be speaking in a monotone voice or I just… Continue reading How to make the most of those 50 minutes!