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University of Limerick Architecture & Planning
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Courses1st Year Tuition FeesDuration & Eligibility
B.Arch(1 course)
INR 19 L
Duration4 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 90 & Above, PTE: 61 & Above
M.Arch(1 course)
INR 14 L
Duration2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 90 & Above, PTE: 61 & Above

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4/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Friendly
  • Academically oriented
  • Easy going
  • Sporty
Student Views
  • 38% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships3.3
Part time work4
Post study jobs3.9
Quality of faculty4.1
Student Life4.7
Value for money4.1
Public transportation4.3
Safety4.4
Indian Food3.6
Permanent Immigration3.9
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MSc in Business Analytics - Batch of 2023
4.8
It is a home away from home with friendly people.
Tips: Be open to embracing changes. Be friendly as local people here are friendly and supportive. The professors are very experienced and will go an extra mile to support you. UL has the biggest library in Ireland and the best of labs to support you. The recreational activities are also great.
Likes (Public transportation): Buses and trains are the common modes of public transport and both are on time and very comfortable. The cost of travelling by public transport is minimal. Just make sure to get your leap card for discounted and hassle-free travel. Make sure to do at least one train journey. It’s worth it.
Dislikes (Post study jobs): If you search smartly then a lot of jobs are available. The university staff is very supportive. Most of the jobs are entry-level so you have to be patient to get the right job. The interview processes are straightforward and mostly online which makes it easier.
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MA in Business Management - Batch of 2024
5
Great to redefine your career
Tips: Ireland offers many scholarships for the student which need to be applied in advance. Check for the scholarship as you move ahead with your college application. Also keep looking for job opportunities parallely as the duration of the course is less and students might get overwhelmed with all the transitions happening at the same time.
Likes (Quality of faculty): Many social societies to choose from based on the student's interest which makes students enjoy college life. Career fairs are organised to get the students' idea of which companies can be applied for. The campus is big and gives a feeling of renowned university status.
Dislikes (Internships): The faculty are really knowledgeable and teach in student friendly manner. Their approach towards students gives them more confidence in learning new subjects. Practical and theory classes have a great balance to learn the industrial needs and adapt to organizational needs accordingly.
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MSc Data Science and Statistical Learning - Batch of 2024
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A University for the Integration of everything together.
Tips: I see that the Irish people talk too fast as it takes quite a time to understand their language. Similarly, people from other native English-speaking countries talk in a certain manner so in this scenario try to make local English-speaking friends and try to talk to them as much as possible so that you will learn how to carry out a conversation. If you apply for UL it will automatically check and grant you a scholarship of 1500 Euros. I love Ireland, and I would love it more once I get a full-time job. The University is also amazing, it has a lot to do. However, I feel the course I completed didn't help me learn anything. I also feel somewhere that I won't get a job for the Data Scientist position perhaps I will get one for my previous experiences.
Likes (Student Life): UL is full of fun, more than studies you will get to see something exciting every day on the campus. It is full of events and celebrations. The Post-graduation Student Union (PSU) is my favourite part here. They keep on organizing different events every other day on campus. There is a humongous group of societies that UL offers. It has every type of society of all interests. If a student is more of an extra-curricular person I recommend them to be a part of UL.
Dislikes (Quality of faculty): The faculty does not play a vital role in a student's journey here. The student has to decide their own future. No doubt the professor will always be at your back to answer any of your questions, but one should not expect spoon feeding from them. Most of the teaching methodologies here would be a combination of assignments, exams, projects, group projects, reports etc. The classes take place at the professor's convenience online or offline, some of the professors adopt a dynamic kind of teaching methodology where they only clear doubts of the students in the class and ask students to go through the notes at home. Most of the teachers here are Irish, and some of them belong to different countries such as Korea, Russia etc.
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MSc in Business Analytics - Batch of 2023
3.4
An exciting and satisfactory journey for the students.
Tips: Scholarships will be awarded based on your education qualification and previous experience. It will be part of your application process, no extra steps to be followed. It will be around 1500 euro and I got the same when I applied for this university. In terms of course I would say it was moderate, but if you want to enjoy student life then this is the right university for you to join.
Likes (Student Life): Lively campus with lots of activities and communities to be engaged in throughout your master's. A great opportunity to develop leadership skills if you are studying any of their business courses. There are varieties of clubs or communities comprising both academics and sports to choose from and lots of events are organized every week. Friday nights are the best that I have attended.
Dislikes (Internships): Searching for internships depends entirely on your ability. No extra guidance will be provided by the university on opportunities. In my experience to date, I haven't seen more opportunities for internships, however, you will have a lot of roles to avail of once you are graduated.
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Master of Art in Psychology - Batch of 2024
4.1
This university is a good place for post graduation
Tips: You should know that the course structure is not as easy as it looks like, they have a strict policy and education structure. Assignments will be tough but very informative, you have to study by yourself and cannot depend on ppts or lecture notes. Teachers are really helpful so they will help you out for sure.
Likes (Safety): Limerick or Ireland for that matter is very safe and secure for international students. You can be out late till 4 am and it’s not dangerous at all. People are really very sweet and are always greeting you and wishing for your well being, even random Irish people will ask you if you need any help and will definitely help you out. It’s safe for women, they can roam around any time of the day, anywhere.
Dislikes (Public transportation): Cabs are really expensive and buses only run till 10 pm. So if you’re out and need to come back late you have to take a cab. There are no tramps or any other source of transportation but just cabs, and they can be really expensive even for short distances.
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The University of Limerick offers a variety of accommodation and housing options for international students. The university has a capacity of 800 students in its village residences. International students can choose to live in any of the six village communities. Check below all the on-campus residen

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The University of Limerick offers a variety of accommodation and housing options for international students. It will cost approximately EUR 2,350 - 3,600 (INR 2.00L - 3.20L) for international students to live on-campus at the university. This cost includes Electricity, Gas Heating, TV License, Cable

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University of Limerick or University of Galway offer unique campus cultures and academic programs in Master courses. While they share a great reputation, there are subtle differences between the two universities. The below table compares the rankings, fees and acceptance rates of University of Limer

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International students may apply to the University of Limerick online through the official university’s application portal. The application process starts with selecting the choice of programme and intended course specialisation from the university’s course webpage. The step-by-step application proc

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The University of Limerick is one of the universitie that does not public official data on the acceptance rate. However, as per EduRank, the University of Limerick acceptance rate is 70%. With an acceptance rate of 70%. The university is not very competitive. International students are required to m

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University CityLimerick, Other - Ireland, Ireland
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Population of City94,192

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