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* University of Limerick - Limerick, Ireland
Limerick, Ireland (Exchange Program) (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Academic Year,
Restrictions: CSU applicants only
Budget Sheets Fall,
CSU Deadlines / Program Dates:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2018 10/01/2017
Rolling Admission 01/15/2018 05/14/2018
CSU notification of acceptance on rolling basis beginning September 23. Applicants interested in subjects offered by Faculties other than Kemmy Business School should consult with well ahead for CSU deadline. Contact to apply after October 1. Late applicants have access until October 14. When nominated, you must upload information and documentation to Limerick online by October 31, preferably sooner. Pre-departure meeting mid-November or sooner (announced by email). Please verify dates with Limerick's incoming exchange coordinator before arranging travel. Program dates are mid-January to mid-May.
Fall 2018 03/01/2018 03/15/2018 TBA TBA
Academic Year 2018-2019 03/01/2018 03/15/2018 TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Students applying to CSU-sponsored programs will be notified of decision within two weeks of application submission. Students applying to non-CSU sponsored programs need to contact their program provider for decision dates.

Indicates that deadline has passed
Fact Sheet:
Grade Point Average:
Language(s) of Instruction:
Program Coordinator:
Derek Smallwood Program Type: CSU Exchange Program
Areas of Study:
Agricultural Sciences, Business, Engineering, Health and Human Sciences, Interdisciplinary, Liberal Arts, Natural Resources, Natural Sciences, Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Program Description:

University of Limerick

in Republic of Ireland



Exchange space full for Spring 2018 
Enroll in AIFS, API or ISA Limerick Spring 2018 program option


The University of Limerick was established by the Government of Ireland in 1972.  It is located 4 kilometers (2.5 miles) east of the medieval city of Limerick on the banks of the River Shannon.  The university was developed to help meet the rapidly changing economic and social needs that emerged upon Ireland’s accession to the European Union.  It is, therefore, a dynamic and responsive institution, which has also played a pivotal role in the economic development of the mid-west region of Ireland.  The university also has become a focus for a wide range of artistic activity and is home to some fine collections of Irish art, the Irish Chamber Orchestra, and the Irish World Music Centre.

The University of Limerick offers a wide variety of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in the following areas: arts, business, education, engineering, health sciences, humanities, social sciences, and science (including equine science).

In addition to semester and academic year the University of Limerick offers an International Summer School program. 

Academic Program

The University of Limerick offers more than 70 undergraduate programs across the following faculties: To search for courses (called modules) see the Book of Modules. It is helpful to use the Advanced Filters for year, term, undergraduate, and visiting student, plus select Faculty, department, and module(s) of interest before clicking the search button.  Click the circled "?" for informative support documentation.   

For guidance on the academics applicable to visiting students see the Modules Handbook. This is only a guide; module availability is subject to change each term. 


Ireland is the most westerly country of the European Union, separated from Great Britain by the North Channel on the northeast and the Irish Sea on the east.  The landscape varies from bogs and lakes in the central lowlands to mountains and rocky islands in the west.  Between these two extremes, the island has abundant lush, green pastureland but little natural woodland. Winters in Ireland are mild and summers temperate due to the prevailing south westerly winds and the influence of the warm waters of the North Atlantic Drift (Gulf Stream).  The currency of the Republic of Ireland is the euro (€).

The third largest city in the Republic of Ireland, Limerick was founded by the Vikings over a thousand years ago.  Limerick City (population 91,000) is a lively, interesting and attractive place to live and study.  The city is magnificently sited on one of Europe’s finest rivers, the Shannon.  It is near Shannon airport for both transatlantic travel and affordable travel throughout Europe.


Accommodations at the University of Limerick

On-campus accommodation is in apartment style housing in one of the six campus villages.   Off campus rented accommodation close to the University is available too.  All six residential villages are self-catering.  The University provides all cooking facilities and inventory.  While kitchen/living areas are shared with a maximum of seven others students, all bedrooms are private.  Some apartments have shared bathrooms (maximum four sharing), while offers offer en-suite facilities for those who wish to have their own toilet/shower.  Please note that early booking is essential to secure your accommodation – whether on or off campus!

Program Costs

Please see the relevant student budget sheet linked above for fall semester and/or spring semester

Generation Study Abroad University of Limerick Scholarship: applicable to STEM majors. Click for more details and eligibility


Please visit Limerick's website for the most comprehensive and up-to-date calendar.  See also important information for incoming international students.


University of Limerick Visa and Immigration 
University of Limerick for Incoming Exchange Students
University of Limerick FAQ - Incoming Visiting Students
Limerick International education fact sheet
Official Guide to Limerick, Ireland