Erasmus in Ireland: Top 10 Highlights

Ana Rodriguez Fontan is a Spanish Erasmus student at University of Limerick, Ireland. Here she shares her highlights from her first semester in Ireland! My first semester at UL is going to be over and I can not believe it! Time goes so fast while you are having fun! Here I come with my top…

Top 10 Hidden Ruins in Ireland

  Evelyn Oliveira is a graduate of the University of Limerick, from Brazil, and her passion for Irish history has led her to visit over 80 ruins so far – here are her top 10! If you’ve been to Ireland, you’ll know that there are countless things to see and do. From the beautiful green landscape…

TRIP TO CLIFFS OF MOHER

By UL International Student Ambassador Precious Lee There are some instances in your life that makes you know more about yourself. The trip to  the Cliffs of Moher that I had a few days back was one of those. It was the first travel experience that I had after reaching Limerick. I would love to share this…

Top 5 Reasons to Study Abroad at the University of Limerick

Lindsay Nygren is an international student at the University of Limerick, Ireland. Here are her top 5 reasons to study abroad at UL! As an international student I have thought about what attracted me to first choose to study at UL, and about what has made me love it even more. This is by no means…

The Limerick Student Shopping Saver Guide

By Bárbara Campos, UL Student Ambassador BOOKS AND CINEMA Odeon Cinema, Castletroy, Limerick – Buy second hand books. You can ask in the UL Students’ Union if they have the text that you are looking for, it will be cheaper than the bookstore for sure. At the end of the semester you can hand the book…

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.