Established in 1972, the University of Limerick (UL) has been ranked in the top 150 Universities below 50 years old. UL has been widely acknowledged for Chemistry, ranked at #480. Over the past 10 years, its job rate has been 15% higher than the national average. Also, UL organizes the largest career fair in Ireland.
Of every 5 students, 1 student is international, representing around 95 nations. Across the globe, it has 182 research associations with industries.
|University Type||Public University|
|No. of Campuses||1|
|No. of accommodation complexes||6|
|Graduate Job Rate||91%|
|Capital investment||150 million EUR|
|Cost of Attendance||24,4000 EUR|
|Intake Type||Semester wise|
|Mode of Program||Full time and online|
|English proficiency tests||Minimum Scores|
The tuition fee and living cost have been considered majorly under the cost of attendance.
|Programs||UG Fee (EUR)||PG Fee (EUR)|
|Medicine and Health Sciences||15,358-43,000||13,000-24,500|
|Expense||Annual Cost (EUR)|
|Books and supplies||450|
|Immigration registration fee||300|
Students can seek financial aid in form of education allowance/grants/funds/scholarships. Some of the merit-based scholarships available for international students are:
|Faculty of Science & Engineering Scholarships||2,000-4,000|
|Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Scholarships||2,000|
|Kemmy Business School International Scholarships||1,500|
Till now, UL has produced 81,000 alumni.
UL helps its alumni to have social and business connections, organizes reunions and also provides mentoring to students for various job opportunities.
Some of the notable alumni are David Parnas, Jean Butler, and Sean Cronin.
|Bachelors Tuition Fees||$17449.3|
|Post graduate Tuition Fees||$12166.11|