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ABOUT LIT


Limerick Institute of Technology, named by the ‘Sunday Times’ University Guide as Institute of the Year on two occasions, is home to over 6,500 students across five vibrant campuses in Limerick City, Thurles, Clonmel and Ennis. A further new campus is being developed at Coonagh in Limerick to cater for LIT’s rapidly expanding student population.


As a student in LIT, you will enjoy a fun and rewarding college journey. Each of our campuses is a community of learners, where you can get to know your classmates and lecturers in a relaxed and positive environment. This is just one of the reasons that in a recent survey, 84% of our students said they would choose LIT if they were starting their college journey all over again! But there are so many more....


• LIT offers internationally recognised, work-focused programmes that combine both theory and practice. This approach to teaching and learning ensures that our graduates are highly sought after by employers. LIT’s class of 2015 saw 90% of graduates going directly into employment, further study or volunteering, with only a very small minority travelling abroad for employment.


• We provide a comprehensive range of support services, designed to assist you to reach your maximum potential and enjoy your college experience. Our “Engage” Orientation programme for incoming first year students will give you the tools you need to successfully navigate college life. During the first weeks of term, our Student Leaders are on-hand each day to provide advice while you find your feet and give you all the information you need about campus life, clubs and societies and how to access supports.


• Limerick is an affordable college location – a recent Daft.ie survey indicated the Limerick is one of the lowest cost cities for college accommodation*.


The cost of college is a major factor for consideration when choosing your college and Limerick offers a variety of affordable, good quality student accommodation. Our regional locations in Thurles, Clonmel and Ennis also offer reasonably priced accommodation options. (Source: Daft.ie Rental Price Report – 2016 Q1).


• Our growing population of international students from locations as diverse as Canada, Brazil, India, China and the Middle East enhances the multicultural learning environment at LIT, along with our many global student and industry partnerships. There are opportunities for students to enhance their learning experience through exchange programmes with our partner colleges in Europe and beyond.


Choosing your College


When you’re thinking about what college to choose, it can be a daunting process, with many factors to consider from course choice and location to accommodation costs. However, college is not all about academic qualifications. While it is certainly about attending lectures, studying and developing skills for your chosen career, your college experience also brings new freedom and the independence to make your own choices and decisions. You may be moving away from home for the first time - our locations in Limerick, Tipperary and Clare offer you an exciting opportunity to make a new city or town your home for a few years.


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About LIT


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