New Facilities at UL
New diving pool
The University's new 25m Diving pool is a facility to be admired with 1m and 3m Olympic standard spring boards. Using a diving boom, the pool can be subdivided for technical events such as the use of the diving board and synchronised swimming. Jon Rudd, national performance centre director for Swim Ireland is quoted to say that the facilities offered by the University will have a positive effect on what Swim Ireland are already achieving while also helping to achieve into the futures
The University is set to proudly welcome our new library extension which will facilitate an additional 830 study stations as well as rooms to study, seminar rooms and open access shelving. This extra space will allow for students to advance their learning both individually and collaboratively. The extension is set to be complete in early 2018 and more information can be found here.
Choose affordable living at UL for a better student experience
Limerick is currently the most affordable city in Ireland for rental accommodation which is supported by the Daft.ie Rental Price Report 2017 stating that rental prices in the city are 38% lower than the national average. Furthermore, Limerick accommodation prices are 30% lower than Galway, 37% lower than Cork, 58% lower than Dublin. University of Limerick boasts 6 purpose built villages for an all inclusive fee.
Browse our range of village-style student accommodation on www.studentliving.ul.ie
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