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University of Limerick - Summer

Term To Study: Summer 2020
Application Deadline: Mar 18, 2020
Program Category: One-Country
Program Type: Direct enroll
Link 1: University of Limerick - International Summer Schools
Link 2: University of Limerick Course Catalog
Link 3: Scholarships & Financial Aid
Program Locations: Limerick
Contact Phone: 508-531-6183
Contact Name: Bridgewater Study Abroad Office
Contact Email:
What is Included: Tuition, fees, excursions, housing and most meals paid directly to University of Limerick
What is not Included: Personal and additional travel expenses
Passport & visa (if applicable)
International travel/health insurance
Estimated Costs: See website for details.
Program Description

University of Limerick (UL) offers a summer program called the UL Summer Schools.

UL Summer Schools is approximately 3 weeks long and students may choose from one of many options with subjects including Irish Studies, Business, Healthcare, Physical Education & Sports Science, and Theater.

Open to all BSU majors; 2.75 minimum GPA; 24 credits completed.

At UL, you will find a college experience that will challenge and demand the best of you. In return, you will get a top quality educational experience. UL is big enough to keep things interesting, yet small enough to ensure that no one gets lost in the crowd.

University of Limerick is ranked in the Top 100 Young Universities of the World - Times Higher Education Magazine, has amazing academic and sporting facilities on a stunning campus, and is voted "Ireland's Most Popular University."

Students work with BSU’s Study Abroad Office and UL’s International Office to determine course availability.

Students earn BSU transfer credit for their courses at UL. Students are required to complete BSU transfer credit forms prior to departure.

Students reside in UL housing in one of five student villages on campus. All housing is based on single occupancy with shared common facilities.

Students have the opportunity to use dining facilities on campus, including dining halls, cafeterias, restaurants, and food stores.

Quick Facts

Population: 4722028
Capital: Dublin
Per-capita GDP: $ 40100
Size: 70273 km2
Time Zone: (GMT) Dublin

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Bridgewater State University Study Abroad Office