International Studies Abroad ®est. 1987



As Ireland's third largest city, Limerick is alive with excitement and entertainment. At the heart Ireland's Midwest region, Limerick offers a dynamic mix of modern city life and fascinating medieval treasures. Whether students prefer to tune in to Limerick's legendary nightlife, shopping and arts scene or attend lively festivals such as Riverfest and the Limerick International Music Festival, Limerick will never cease to entertain. Students can also catch a glimpse of Limerick's more relaxing side with a relaxing stroll along the banks of the River Shannon, which meanders through the middle of the university.

The city gives visitors a glimpse into Ireland's fascinating past by visiting the medieval walls of King John's Castle or taking a tour of the Hunt Museum's intriguing collection of Iron and Bronze Age artifacts. Sport lovers will be amazed by the wealth of athletic opportunities here in the sporting capital of Ireland, where Gaelic football, golf, rugby, hurling and cycling are all popular activities.

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Academic Programs Offered in Limerick

Business, Liberal Arts & Engineering
University of Limerick
[Courses instructed in English and French and German and Irish Gaelic and Japanese and Spanish]


(Aug 26, 2016 to Dec 17, 2016)ILRF3116$15,950


(Mid Jan, 2017 to Mid May, 2017)ILRS3117 TBA