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Why You Shouldn’t Worry If You’re Going Into College Alone

By Sarah Talty, 4th year Journalism and New Media There were roughly 1,200 students in my year at secondary school and only about 16 of us went to the University of Limerick. None of my friends were going to UL and anybody I did vaguely know going to UL was commuting. Essentially I was starting over… Continue reading Why You Shouldn’t Worry If You’re Going Into College Alone

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Making friends at University

By Jane Vaughan  Making friends at college was probably one of my biggest worries coming into to college. I was so nervous walking in by the flag poles on the day of orientation but looking back I need not have worried. The key thing about making friends is in your orientation group, this group is… Continue reading Making friends at University

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My adventure of a lifetime

By Muireann Murtagh Despite the long journey that divides my two homes (I'm from Longford), I am so happy to study in UL. I really enjoy my course, in which I focus on French and Spanish, because it is everything I ever hoped it would be. It has given me the chance to work in… Continue reading My adventure of a lifetime

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My first year at UL!

By Sarah Manifold Hello there! Whether you have found this page by accident or you are interested in studying at the University of Limerick I would like to welcome you to the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences blog page. Hopefully this page will give you a clearer insight into what it’s like to be a… Continue reading My first year at UL!