Class rep recruitment is going strong this year with a total of 209 already elected and working hard to make your student experience at UL the best it can be. The role of a Class Rep is to continuously improve the student learning experience in partnership with the institution and […]
With a full Student Executive recruited by WK 6, we kicked off the first semester with a strong start with the introduction of our new Leadership Development Program, part funded by the Bank of Ireland Enablement fund. The purpose of this program is to equip the Student Executive who are […]
Ahoy students of UL! Matthew here just giving you a quick update of what I’ve been up to. At the moment I’m looking at UL’s current Link in system. I think UL would benefit from allowing students in 1st year to progress to 2nd year with one deficient module. Currently […]
Students within the faculties of Education and Health Sciences, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and Kemmy Business School will receive education on consent during tutorial time. SMART Consent of NUIG were on campus last week to train people interested in delivering consent workshops during the year. Thirteen new facilitators were […]
The Clubs and Societies Recruitment Drive will take place in the UL Arena on Wednesday the 12th of September from 4 pm until 7:30 pm. Call down and check out all the clubs and societies available to you in UL! Sign up and find your wolfpack!
Check out the Freshers Week line up for 2018! Tickets available now from UL Student Life Reception.
Check out all the best photos of everything happening on campus, follow UL Student Life on Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter & Youtube! Keep an eye out for competitions as well, there are tons of freebies going this semester!
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar held a Project Ireland 2040 briefing this morning in the University of Limerick. Chancellor of UL Mary Harney, Minister Patrick O’Donovan, Minister Eoin Murphy, and Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor were also present at the briefing. Chancellor Harney introduced the discussion by saying that students will benefit from […]
The newly elected President of the Postgraduate Students’ Union (PSU), Dean Lillis, has single-handedly organised for the students of his Human Rights class to visit the International Criminal Court in The Hague. When Dean is not too busy trying to be the best class representative he can be, he is […]
Ibrahim Halawa took time to speak to students at the University of Limerick on Wednesday the 21stof March. The Dublin born man spoke about his time in an Egyptian prison, his decision to become political and the problem of radicalisation in prisons. The 22-year-old says that religion has very […]