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INTERNATIONAL APPLICATIONS


LIT is a popular choice for international students and our community of international students is growing considerably. This is due to LIT’s philosophy of active learning, which combines the best academic teaching with practical, hands-on learning activities at the leading-edge of industry demands in engineering, science, technologies and business. We offer greater personal attention from our teachers and staff than many other third level institutions. Our welcoming, friendly, and multicultural campus community enables you to expand your network of friends and professional contacts globally, whatever your field of studies. We invite you to join our growing international community.


Why is LIT one of the best study destinations for overseas students? • Welcoming, multicultural learning environment


• Internationally recognised qualifications ranging from Higher Certificate to Ph.D. level


• All programmes are delivered in English; the spoken language throughout Ireland and the language of international business and trade.


• Unique programmes combining complementary topics to give you the specific skills to begin your career: Civil, Electrical & Electronic Engineering; Sciences and Pharmaceutical & Forensic Analysis; Computer Technologies, Multimedia Programming & Design, Video & Sound Technology; Marketing & Management; Accounting & Finance; Social Care, Tourism & Hospitality and more.


• National and international work placements/internships, including NASA, Microsoft, Intel, Kentz Engineering, Johnson & Johnson, Analog Devices and many more.


• Student support services include free extra tuition in Maths, IT, and English Language, fitness centre, student health centre, on- campus banking and more.


• Purpose-built student accommodation right beside our college campus located in the historic city of Limerick, itself set in one of the world’s finest regions of greatest natural beauty and scenic landscape.


• LIT is dynamic and varied in its offering of opportunities to indulge your desires for cultural, social, sporting and outdoors activities.


Entry Requirements You must meet the Institute’s general requirements and the specific requirements of the programme. Our International Office is experienced at assessing international qualifications and are available to advise on setting-out your course interests, your current qualifications, and your current level of English. Contact international@lit.ie


English Language Competence


Since all our programmes are conducted through the medium of English, it is essential to have high level comprehension and writing skills. If English is not your first language you will be required to demonstrate that you have the competence to undertake study through English by presenting evidence of achievement in IELTS, TOEFL, or the Cambridge test.


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International Applications


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