Cooking Chinese food in Ireland

Sonya San, a UL International Student, shares with us her experience of cooking food from home in Limerick. and shows that when when we can’t be in our homeland physically, keeping our culture alive through traditional food can be a comforting way to connect to our roots. It can’t be denied that one of the…

Limerick Supermarket Shopping Guide

Unsure of what to do about your weekly grocery shop? Student Ambassador Luyi Wu gives us a simple guide to the supermarkets available in Limerick City and Castletroy here! Supervalu is a retailer that has served the Irish people for more than 30 years, it has penetrated various residential communities and even become a landmark…

My First Snowfall Experience!

Anyone remember the time in February 2020 when we witnessed rain, hail, snow and sunshine all in the same week?? Well for Ambassador, Chandan, it was the first time in his life to witness snow. Read to find out what he thought of the experience! Well, I was already amazed by the beauty of Ireland,…

My Experience at UL as an International Student from Nigeria.

Enumah Chinedu Andra is one of our friendly student ambassadors who has only positive things to say about his experience here in the University of Limerick. Give his blog a read! My Experience at UL as an International Student from Nigeria.I was very apprehensive when I decided to make a bold move in my academic…

Lalgudi to Limerick – A tryst with Coffee

Kailash, an international student here in the University of Limerick takes you through his encounter with not just any normal cup of coffee, but an Irish Coffee. What’s the difference you ask? Read this descriptive and witty blog to find out! What keeps most writers going? I would say, Coffee. I might take another sip,…

How the UL academic system is different than an American university

Course registration Before you even step foot on campus for your study abroad program, you can check out what classes are available to you as an international student via UL’s website. I highly recommend following the guideline of getting 7-10 classes (known here as modules) pre-approved with your university. As an international student, you won’t…