Dates: January – April
Application Deadline: November 1, 2017
Costs: $7,544 CCIS Member | $7,944 Non-Member
Dates: September – December
Application Deadline: June 15, 2017
Costs: $7,544 CCIS Member | $7,944 Non-Member
The University of Limerick was established in 1972 as the National Institute for Higher Education, Limerick and classified as the University of Limerick in 1989. Limerick is an independent, internationally focused university with over 10,500 students. It is a young, energetic and enterprising university with a proud record of innovation in education and excellence in research.
Limerick is situated on a superb riverside campus of over 131 hectares with the River Shannon as a unifying focal point. Outstanding recreational, cultural and sporting facilities further enhance this exceptional learning and working environment. The University of Limerick is a vibrant and rapidly growing community of scholars located 5km from Limerick City and 20km from Shannon International Airport and with a campus enrollment of some 10,534 students.
Truman State University
Assistant Director of the Center for International Education Abroad
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This program is sponsored and administered by Truman State University.
University of Limerick in Ireland
The University of Limerick is located in Limerick, the third largest city in Ireland. Founded as a Viking fortress over a thousand years ago, Limerick today contains many architectural reminders of the city's past and offers a variety of cultural, artistic and theatrical events for students. Galway, Clare, Cork, Tipperary, Dublin and Kerry are all within a day's excursion from Limerick. The University of Limerick site was formerly a great estate on the banks of the river Shannon, three miles from Limerick city. Facilities include modern, well-equipped classrooms, a student center with a theater and an art gallery. The University has gained a national reputation for its programs in Business and Engineering, and its campus offers modern, state-of-the-art technology in its programs.
The study abroad program at the University of Limerick is designed to meet the learning needs of American and other foreign students. Students may choose from hundreds of fully integrated courses at the University in the following Faculties: College of Humanities, College of Business, College of Engineering and Science, and College of Education. Course offerings are provided well in advance in order for students to choose from the wide range of courses available.
Fall 2015 Modules
Spring 2016 Modules
The University of Limerick is an independent institution with full degree-awarding powers and a wide spectrum of programs of teaching and learning, research and community service. The University’s mission is to promote and advance learning and knowledge through teaching, research and scholarship in an environment which encourages innovation and upholds the principle of free inquiry and expressions. Limerick offers students an academic environment that supports optimal intellectual growth and personal development and is characterized by principles of fairness, equity and integrity.
Learn more about the University of Limerick here, and studying abroad at the University of Limerick here.
The program immerses students into the academic and social life of the university by providing field trips and on-campus activities. Student activities include 60 student-run clubs & societies with almost two thirds made up of sporting clubs on campus. The support network within the University of Limerick allows these Clubs & Societies to avail of the resources on offer from the Students Union, the University of Limerick Sports Department and the University of Limerick Arts Office. All are independently run, but liaise closely regarding the promotion of student run clubs and societies.
The student clubs include Aikido, archery, Athletics, Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Chess, Golf, Hurling, Karate Shotokan, Kayak, Kickboxing, Ladies Rugby, LiathrÃ³idLaimhe, Men's Rugby, Mountain Bike, Outdoor Pursuit, Rowing, Sailing, SkydiveUL, Soccer, Softball, Sub Aqua, Tae Kwon Do, Trampoline, UL Vikings, volleyball, Water Polo, and Windsurfing. Besides student clubs, there are many societies that are available in the University of Limerick. These societies include: Christian Union, Comedy, Computer, Cumann Gaelach, Debating Union, DJ, Drama, Environmental, Free Palestine, GSoc, History Society, Irish Peace, Law, Music Soc, Ã“graFiannaFÃ¡il, Out in UL, Photographic, Poker, SVP, Trad Music, and Young Fine Gael.
Students live in the University’s Plassey, Kilmurry, Thomond, Cappavila, and Dromroe apartment complexes with approximately 2,000 rooms. Restaurants, Cafes and bars, and Retail services are also available as on-campus accommodation. Students live with Irish students and other students from throughout the European Community in a variety of University villages. Individual two-story terraced houses with 4-8 bedrooms are arranged in landscaped courtyards in an attractive village style. Each house offers single study bedrooms, a large kitchen/living room and two showers.
Orientation Aug. 28 - Sept. 1, 2017
Classes Sept 4 - Dec. 8, 2017
Orientation Jan. 15-19, 2018
Classes Jan. 22-April 27, 2018
Spring 2018: $7,544 CCIS Member | $7,944 Non-Member
Fall 2017: $7,544 CCIS Member | $7,944 Non-Member
Costs included: Instructional costs, CCIS and sponsor fees, field trips and CISI health insurance
Costs not included: (Estimated) Passport, Irish immigration fees ($420), room and meals ($5,000-7000), books, airfare ($1,000), and personal expenses ($2000)
Please note: Total program cost will vary depending on individual’s choice of housing, meal plan, and other choices that are personal preference.
All costs, fees, and dates are subject to change without notification. Contact the program sponsor to verify all costs, fees, and dates for this program.
Please refer to your acceptance materials for information on arrival, orientation, and academic calendar. The refund policy is program specific and non-transferable. Refer to your acceptance materials for the comprehensive refund policy or contact the program sponsor.
Fall: June 1
Spring: November 1
GPA Minimum: 2.9
Minimum class standing: Program is open to students at all undergraduate levels
Have you talked with your study abroad advisor about your home institution's application process? Your institution's deadline might be earlier than the CCIS program application deadline. Check now to make sure all of your material is submitted on time!
"Studying abroad definitely fulfilled my expectations. Being so welcomed into a foreign country was a feeling as if it was a second home."
"This is the first time that I was so far away from home for so long. I found it most rewarding that I was able to do this. It makes me feel strong and independent now."
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