University of Limerick
The University of Limerick (UL) was established in 1972 as the National Institute for Higher Education, Limerick and classified as the University of Limerick in 1989. It is an independent, internationally focussed university with over 11,600 students and 1,300 staff. The University of Limerick offers a range of programmes up to doctoral and postdoctoral levels in the disciplines of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Business, Education and Health Sciences, Science and Engineering. It is a young, energetic and enterprising university with a proud record of innovation in education and excellence in research and scholarship.
The mission of the university is to promote and advance learning and knowledge through teaching, research and scholarship in an environment which encourages innovation and upholds the principles of free enquiry and expression. Particular attention is paid to the generation of knowledge which is relevant to the needs of Ireland's continuing socio-economic development.
The University of Limerick is situated on a superb riverside campus of over 133 hectares with the River Shannon as a unifying focal point. Outstanding recreational, cultural and sporting facilities further enhance this exceptional learning and working environment. Adjacent to the University is the National Technology Park (NTP), Ireland's first science/technology park, which is home to over 80 organisations employing over 4,000 people.
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