What to do if you want to study at Limerick’s prestigious University of the Arts?
We have you covered.
First things first: what you need to do: Apply online.
Apply for admission.
Get the right kind of support.
There are some simple rules about what you should bring to the interview.
But in addition to that, you should have a “good reason” for wanting to study in Limerick.
The University of Arts, founded in 1878, is the oldest and most prestigious arts university in Ireland.
It has a reputation for producing outstanding artists and has been the subject of international acclaim.
Limerick has the third largest population of artists and art historians in Europe, behind only Paris and Berlin.
There is a lot to do in Limoges Art School, where you’ll learn to paint, paint again, draw and paint with watercolours and create works of art.
The Arts School is also home to the Fine Arts Centre, which is an important centre of contemporary art in Limbo.
You’ll learn about the history of the school, as well as its importance to Limerick in terms of the arts and its influence on contemporary Irish life.
There’s also the Arts Centre’s renowned Music Centre, where the Limogues Jazz Orchestra plays.
In a nutshell, the University is a great place to study.
It is also a very good place to do some work on your own.
You can apply to study abroad.
The Irish Times has more on the options for study abroad in Limo.
Read more on Limogies arts centre.