University Study in Ireland: University of Limerick
Study in Ireland’s third-largest city at the University of Limerick, considered one of Ireland’s most beautiful campuses. The University offers innovative academics, state-of-the-art sports facilities, and vibrant campus life.
- Program type: University study, study center
- Level: Various levels
- Fall semester
- Spring semester
- Academic year
- Prerequisites: 2.9 for semester, 2.5 for summer
- Courseload: 13–16 credits per semester; 28–31 credits for an academic year
Faculty and staff at the University of Limerick are accessible and supportive. Students work closely with the International Office at Limerick before and during their experience. These advising and support services are designed to help you adjust to a new educational system and integrate into campus life.
The International Office organizes airport pick-up and an orientation for study abroad students upon arrival. You will receive information about campus facilities, clubs and the Irish educational system.
How to Apply
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About This Program
The Republic of Ireland’s third-largest city, Limerick, boasts a Norman castle, elegant Georgian buildings and an active music scene. For performing arts lovers, the University is home to the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance. For sporting enthusiasts Limerick offers a wide range of sports from Gaelic games such as hurling and football to Limericks favorite sport, rugby. It is also home to the National Coaching and Training Centre of Ireland and Ireland’s first 50m Olympic swimming pool.
Students live on campus with other Irish and international students in apartment-style or shared houses. You will have your own room and share kitchen facilities with your flat- or housemates. Some residences offer private, en-suite bathrooms, but in most you will also share a bathroom with your roommates. There is no meal plan; students generally prepare their own meals in the residence villages or eat at the restaurants on campus.
Extracurricular activities abound at the University of Limerick. The International Office organizes a number of off campus activities each semester. These include a special Thanksgiving dinner in the Fall and organized trips to Dublin and western Ireland tourist attractions. Many of the 60+ clubs and societies organize day and weekend trips. Student residences organize dinners, dances and other activities. Orientation will introduce you to the myriad of opportunities available, as well as facilities and registration procedures.
About Learning Abroad Center
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Note: This provider has a Covid-19 vaccination requirement in order to participate in their programs.
To calculate an estimate of the total cost of your program, use the Cost Estimate Template and do the following:
1. Go to the University of Minnesota University of Limerick website, http://umabroad.umn.edu/programs/europe/research-madrid/, then click on “fees” on the left menu bar.
2. Select your term.
3. In addition to these fees, add the following costs to arrive at your total cost
Meals – apartments do not include any meals. Homestays do not include lunch.
Application fee - $65
Study Abroad Administrative fee - $460
WSU Laptop fee (semester students only) - $485
International Airfare (check studentuniverse.com, expedia.com or other search engines).
Passport ($140) and Visa, (if required, cost varies per country)
Personal/ miscellaneous expenses for travel, additional meals, souvenirs, etc.
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