Information evenings at the UL Faculty of Science and Engineering

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Limerick University’s Faculty of Science and Engineering offers a variety of honorary degree programs for doctoral degrees.
In the fields of natural sciences, engineering, mathematics, computer science, technology, design and architecture, over 30 bachelor’s degree programs with distinction are offered.

In particular, the faculty recently resumed direct access to our popular BSc environmental science program for those interested in careers in applying science to today’s environmental challenges such as climate change, greenhouse gases and global warming, water quality and sustainable consumption.
“Two common CAO entries in our science and engineering programs that have proven particularly popular in recent years are LM123 Biological and Chemical Sciences and LM116 Engineering.”

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If a student is unsure of which discipline they are really interested in and wants as much choice as possible, they can pursue one of these programs and delay the final decision by the CAO and continue to pursue many programs offered in the EU Faculty of Science and engineering.
The faculty will host a series of graduate information evenings over the next few weeks for prospective students, their parents, and teachers on the various degrees in science and engineering and the types of career opportunities for graduates from those degrees.

The events, which are free and accessible to everyone, take place virtually on Thursday evening from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Our recent graduates will talk about their experience with their degree program, the type of industry they work in, and the skills and knowledge they have acquired. Your course defined their careers.

For information on these information evenings, please send an email [email protected] or [email protected]or visit

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