At UL, you’ll find a college experience that will challenge and demand the best of you. In return, you’ll get a top quality education and preparation for life like no other. UL has made a big effort to provide the best financial programs to its students, here are a few:
Intel, Shannon Women in Technology
Successful students will receive a grant of €2,000 for the remainder of their degree if they maintain a 2.1 grade. INTEL offer placements and mentoring to students and there is the strong possibility of graduate employment.
Computer Systems, Mathematical Sciences, Electronics, Mobile Communications and Security, Computer Games Development, BSc Digital Media Design, Music, Media and Performance Technology, Electronic & Computer Engineering
Intel Shannon “Paul Whelan”
The Intel Shannon “Paul Whelan” Scholarship provides an exciting opportunity for University of Limerick students studying LM118 – Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic and Computer Engineering and LM051 – BSc Computer Systems. They will receive €2,500 per annum for the remainder of their undergraduate degree provided they maintain a 75% (or equivalent) grade average in their examinations at the end of each year.
Established in the academic year 2012/13 by semiconductor developer, Microsemi Ireland, the Scholarships provide €50,000 in funding to the University of Limerick Foundation to help support excellence in engineering at the UL.
Edith and Leslie Downer Entrance Scholarship
The scholarship will be awarded to the student with the highest Leaving Certificate points enrolled in any one of the following degree programmes: Nursing (General), Nursing (Mental Health), Nursing (Intellectual Disability).
Graduate Entry Medical School Scholarship Scheme
This scholarship scheme provides financial assistance to socio-economically disadvantaged students applying for the Graduate Entry Medical Programme. Applicants must: be an Irish/EU applicant, satisfy all academic requirements for admission and have previously entered third level education via a recognised
GAA Bursaries – Munster Council
The Munster Council of the GAA awards 17 new bursaries each year to students from the province of Munster only, registered for Bachelor’s Degree programmes at the University of Limerick. The value of each bursary is €750 per year and is given out in 2 instalments in the academic year.
UL is big enough to keep things interesting, yet small enough to ensure that no one gets lost in the crowd.