Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the University of Limerick - UL rating is 4.4. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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Personally, the University of Limerick allowed me to face what am truly interested in, such as applying for Erasmus studies and gaining outside knowledge out of the university. Especially during the Covid 19 pandemic, the university really guided my education process.View more
I love to learn and this is of course on if the main priorities when attending a University. It was also very important for me to have fun and make friends which I certainly did. The clubs and societies in UL we’re a great way to make friends and pursue new interestsView more
Brialliant University, the course was very interesting, very helpful professors and the international administrative office. Lots of opportunities to make international friends, attend career workshops, etc. The university campus is extremely beautiful too! Overall great experience.View more
A world class university with beautiful campus buildings and a very nice layout. There are several open places where students can have their private studies and also can hold group discussions on topics and units that they have been taught by the course instructors. It has a very committed and dedicated team of lecturers who really helped us throughout our course at the UL. It also has amazing sporting facilities that all students can use without any restrictions or discrimination. UL is among the top best universities in Ireland and I enjoyed my studies. I highly recommend itView more
The subject you receive a degree in is far more essential than the school you attend. Independent of the institution that grants the degree, computer science is one of the highest paying fields.
So, with a CS degree from UL, will you be able to find a good job? Probably. The reason why you wish to attend UL is the next crucial query. Now, do you reside in Ireland? Have you been to Limerick before? Why don’t you attend school in your nation of origin? What are your hobbies and interests? We might be able to offer some suggestions based on your responses to these questions to assist you have a successful experience at UL.
I earned my Applied Physics degree at UL, and I recently gained my PhD inView more
My first year of college was fantastic; face-to-face lectures and seminars were crucial for meeting people; however, much of this has been lost due to covid.
It was a really well-planned course from the outset, with lectures and classes delivered by top authorities in the subject. I can’t speak for everyone at UL, but I do think it’s bad that the psychology facilities are outdated.
There may be no place in the world where a student can live like Limerick.
This course exceeded my expectations and I would suggest it to anyone who is interested in psychology.
The coursework, not the course itself, is the most difficult to succeed in.View more
I am currently studying a Masters in International Entrepreneurship Management this programme develops entrepreneurial creativity, awareness and specialist knowledge to help establish, manage and grow innovative new ventures across a variety of industry settings, incorporating a range of in-company projects to give ‘real world’ experience. Participants explore their own entrepreneurial potential and prepare an investor-ready business plan. I have always wanted to start my own business and this programme equipped me with the tools and skills to do this. Throughout the programme, we were able to work with real-life businesses and consult for them on a regular basis. For example in a module called international business consulting we worked for one of the biggest PPE distributors in the EU. We developed a market entry strategy for the company Irema and outlined how they could advance into the US market. Furthermore, for the final year project, we had to work with a small enterprise and establish a two-year commercialisation plan for them. This was really great fun and gave a practical experience that you wouldn’t be able to get in any other programme.View more
The masters abroad I completed in songwriting in Limerick was one of the best decisions I ever made. I was provided with the resources and space I needed to hone my songwriter talents and find my artistic identity. My tutor was a fantastic supervisor who was always willing to help. I was able to perform, make music, and cooperate in a variety of artistic mediums. Even years after the program ended, I still talk to and collaborate with the folks in my program who have become close friends.View more