UL's new Bachelor of Arts programme will create a greater range of subject choice and give students the opportunity to work, travel or study abroad. Ranked as the highest general entry arts course in the country with 360 points, one of the programmes strengths is its range of 19 subjects with 176 possible combinations to degree level. As part of this new degree programme, €1000 will be awarded to the three students who achieve the highest CAO points for the year of their application. A further €1000 will be awarded to the three students with the highest QCA at the end of Year 1. This course is in conjunction with Mary Immaculate College.
Paramedic Studies is another new course to the UL curriculum increasing the number to a total of 44 undergraduate programmes which are offered by the University. The first of its kind to be incorporated into a Level 8 degree, it is required that students have both a drivers license as well as a van license in order to begin study. Students will be given the opportunity to partake in work placement in order to deal with a full spectrum of emergencies.
If you wish to learn more about the full range of courses offered at UL as well as our 2017 CAO entry points go to; www.ul.ie/courses