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5 reasons to come back to UL for Postgraduate Study

You completed your undergrad at the University of Limerick, why should you return for postgrad study? 

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UL’s secret strategy for postgrad career success

What defines employability? It's easy to debate whether it comes down to achievements, skills, connections or even a winning personality. Without a doubt, it’s about having a set of skills and attributes that make you worth employing.

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The Challenges for Education Leadership in a Global Pandemic

Leading educational organisations in a global pandemic brings challenges that could never have been imagined. But educational leaders are stepping up to the mark, with agility and responsiveness, heralding a new way of leading education, writes Professor Patricia Mannix McNamara.

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Working during a masters – how to balance work with postgrad study

Can you manage your work-study-life balance?

That’s the big question for thousands of postgraduate students in Ireland who take on the challenge of studying while working every year.

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Isolation Insights: Social Distance Snacking

At the moment, we are all trying to be responsible citizens by staying home as much as possible.

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The benefits of furthering your career through part-time study

By Helen Brown

Do you want to gain a qualification to get that promotion?

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5 Reasons to stay on at UL for Postgraduate study

Sarah Talty, current postgraduate student

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Making the ask – how to gain your employer's support for a move towards postgrad

If you're planning to ask your employer to cover your postgrad tuition fees, the first thing you need to do is put yourself in their position.

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Art and technology - the new frontier of innovation for your career

It sounds like a magic trick: walk through a roomful of rain and emerge bone dry. Indeed, it’s modern magic at the intersection of avant-garde art and technology in an interactive installation from London-based collective Random International.

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