Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.90
Semester in Limerick, housed at the University of Limerick, operates on a semester calendar, so you will have no problem fitting the program into your academic schedule. You can take courses from across the 6 colleges: Business, Education, Humanities, Engineering, IT & Electronics, and Science.
You can find all courses on offer here.
Courses do not generally change from year to year and students can base course selections on the previous year’s courses as long as they correspond to the correct semester, Spring or Fall.
For further information and details or you can check directly on the UL website at the full book of modules: https://bookofmodules.ul.ie/
Once you choose your modules, get in touch with your home institution and get the approval!
Please be advised that availability of classes is not guaranteed. At EZC we recommend all of our students select more classes than they will eventually take from the university book of modules (approximately 10 classes to start with). Approve all modules with your home institution before departure as this will allow you to have flexibility in scheduling when you register for classes on-site.
During the first two weeks at the University of Limerick you will participate in the university’s orientation program. During this program you will have the opportunity to try out as many classes as possible to determine which suits you best. Please be advised that availability of your chosen classes is not guaranteed and you will not be registered for your modules until you have completed the university’s orientation program at the end of the first 2 weeks of your stay. During orientation you will be given a registration form to choose the classes you most want and this must be returned to the International Education Office in the second week of orientation.
Your social and residential experience abroad is just as important as your academic studies at this wonderful university. We understand that to make the most of your short time in residence it is important that you take every opportunity to meet and live with others, we will encourage you to integrate with other international and Irish students.
As an EZC Student you will live in one of University of Limerick’s six village communities in residence where you can make the best of your time in Ireland living in the heart of it all, close to the campus sporting facilities.
All six residential villages at University of Limerick are self-catered.
⦁ Single bedroom, while kitchen/living areas are shared with a maximum of 7 others, all study bedrooms are private
⦁ While some apartments are equipped with shared bathrooms, apartment residences with en-suite facilities for those who wish to have their own private toilet/shower are available at a supplement
⦁ Fully furnished kitchen, a comfortable lounge area, electric heating, television, launderette, and internet access through the University of Limerick network
⦁ The village offers full maintenance service, regular security patrols, and a residential village manager who is available for student assistance 24 hours a day
There are over 60 campus-based clubs and societies, and membership is open to all students. Joining a club or society is one of the best ways to ensure you make the most of your time at UL and to meet other students.
The UL International Society is extremely active, organizing regular events and trips, and have a large membership of both international and Irish students.
There are several international grocery shops and a supermarket located close to the university where students can purchase food and other supplies. For those interested in fresh food or who want to try an international dish, once per week, there a farmer’s market right on campus!
|Orientation||January 2021||Class Dates||Jan 2021 - May, 2021||Easter Break||TBC||Application Due Date||October 2, 2020||Final Forms & Payments Due||October 16, 2020||Admissions Status||Currently Accepting Applications|
At EZC Study Abroad we want you to be fully prepared so here below we have outlined any extra costs and estimated living expenses per semester.
GNIB Card (Immigration) – $343
Housing Security Deposit (refundable upon departure) – $200 approx.
Clothes, Laundry etc – $400 approx.
Food – $950 approx.
Personal Travel within Ireland – $300 approx.