Saying Goodbye: My Top 3 Favourite Trips

Saying goodbye is always bittersweet. Now that the exams have come to an end and I am back home safely in the Netherlands, it is time to look back at my time at UL and Limerick.

November Favourites: Christmas Shopping Edition

Aleksandra Lepowska, an Erasmus student at the University of Limerick, shares her ideas for a special Christmas present to take home to your friends and family from Ireland! Hello Guys! It’s again that time of the year! Even though my mom always told me not to listen to Christmas songs until it’s actually Christmas, there’s…

UL Students Awarded for Erasmus Results: Rachel’s Story

This week, two University of Limerick students will be awarded prizes from the French Embassy for the highest results at a French university while on Erasmus. Second prize winner, Rachel McCourt studied at Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand. I was baffled to hear I was getting the award to be honest! But of course I’m very…

UL Students Awarded for Erasmus Results: Rosie’s Story

This week, two University of Limerick students will be awarded prizes from the French Embassy for the highest results at a French university while on Erasmus. First prize winner, Rosie Hynes, shares a snapshot of her time in Université Paul-Valéry, Montpellier. “Gai lézard, bois ton soleil! L’ heure ne passe que trop vite, Et demain il…

International Students Bucket List – Ireland!

  By UL Erasmus Student Marina Roehrich Going abroad not only gives you the chance to study in a different country, it gives you the chance to get to know another culture! There are so many things to do in Ireland – and a lot of them are either in or very close to Limerick. So here…

UL Student Bobby Nolan on Hong Kong!

“I am currently on a student exchange with an Erasmus+ international credit mobility grant here in Hong Kong, which will be my new home for this semester. I am already here over a month and have enjoyed every second. The culture, the place and most importantly the people have surpassed all my expectations. Settling in was no problem as all the exchange students are very open minded and outgoing. I’d made over 10 friends before I’d even left the airport to go the University and I’m now good pals with over 200 more.