"Applications Are Now Open For The ESB Graduate ProgrammeClick below for the specific application links:Engineering Disciplines:Civil Engineering Graduate Development Programme 2023 Click HereElectrical Engineering Graduate Development Programme 2023 Click HereMechanical Engineering Graduate Development Programme 2023 Click HereQuantity Surveying Graduate Development Programme 2023 Click HereBusiness Disciplines:HR Graduate Development Programme 2023 Click HereIT Graduate Development Programme 2023 Click HereCommercial Graduate Development Programme 2023 Click HereAccountancy/Finance Graduate Development Programme 2023 Click HereClosing Date to apply Is Monday, 24th October 2022Visit the page here"
"We have opportunities for all graduates to join our team in September 2023 specifically in the following areas:EngineeringITCyber SecurityEconomicsBusiness and FinanceData AnalyticsGeneralYou will be involved in all aspects of our business to grow your knowledge and skills in all aspects of this dynamic sector including technical planning and operational, commercial, project management, regulatory, analytical, financial, research and electricity market activities.As a successful graduate, you will join the two year EirGrid Group Graduate Development Programme which begins in September 2023. The Programme offers structured rotations (typically 3 rotations), challenging assignments and exposure to different aspects of our business. Throughout the Programme, you will be provided with real responsibilities and a range of activities to ensure their knowledge of our business and their technical skills and experience are developedMore info here"
"Thank you to everyone who showed up to our first meeting. It was really nice to have you show up and show your support for the Society. I hope everyone else is doing well and hopefully we will see ye there this week. Quick info and question. We are in KBG (Kemmy Business School building, Ground Floor, Room 14) our meetings run from 18:30 until 19:30. I was told that some people have another meeting at 19:00 and hence they couldn't go. Since we have the room from 18:00 would ye like us to switch theng time from 18:30 to 18:00? This way the meeting would end at around 18:50-19:00 and nobody would need to worry about having to leave early or miss any of their meetings. For those who missed last weeks meeting. The main thing was game of the month. October's game of the month is Silent Hill 2. Since it is a PS2 game there is a link in our Discord to an emulator or you can watch a playthrough on YouTube. This week will be an AGM, essentially we will be voting in new committee members, all the roles are available so if you would like to part take in the society as committee member there is your chance. Any member is able to put themselves forward for any role."
"Join us Wednesday week 5 at 8pm after the campus spin for our AGM (Annual General Meeting). You can find out more about the club, give suggestions on how it's run and meet fellow members while feasting over pizza and other goodies! The main topic that will be covered is electing a new committee. The committee is the back bone of the club. They organise the weekly activities and ensure the bikes are running smoothly. They plan all the amazing trips we go on - from Wicklow to Wales and even the Alps! You get to have a say on whether we camp in a field or stay in a 20 bed chalet, right beside the trails! The committee also helps organise first aid courses, training courses and the fun stuff - pizza nights and nights out. No small tasks, but there's plenty of support available, and adding a committee position to your CV definitely gives you something to talk about in interviews. All committee hours are also valid for the President's Volunteer Award - another great addition to the CV. Give it a try! Available committee positions include Captain, Secretary, Treasurer, Public Relations Officer, Health and Safety Officer, Equipment Officer and Trips Officer. All pretty self-explanatory, but more info will be on Instagram and in emails leading up to the AGM. "
"Hi everyone,We are finally back. Training will start the 5th of October at 6-7:30pm. Training will be on at the Maguire Astro pitches in UL. If you plan on attending please register for the UL Womens Soccer Club on ulwolves.ie beforehand.We look forward to seeing you there !"
"Bhí oíche den chéad scoth againn ag an gceardlann idirnáisiúnta! D’fhoghlaim siad conas iad féin a chur in iúl agus an rince, Ballaí Luimnigh! Míle buíochas as gach duine a fhreastal ar an imeacht. We had a great night at our our international student workshop! They learned how to introduce themselves and how to dance the Walls of Limerick! Thanks to everyone who joined us!"
"1: Register with UL GAA Club. This includes filling in all your info and paying your €25 registration fee.2: Make sure you are signed up to receive club emails. I send a schedule of activity on Fridays for the following week and if you do not have the box ticket to receive these then you will not know what's going on3: Check your email over the weekend so you know what, when and where the activity is on that you wish to attend4: We have to control the numbers attending trials. This is done by creating events. You can sign up to attend a trials under "my listings" on wolves. Only people who sign up to the event may attend. If you cannot sign up, this trial may be full. If you are injured/unable to trial there is no need to sign up to the event. Just show up and meet management. If you had intended to go but for whatever reason cannot attend, please de-register so someone else can join. If you cannot attend but are interested in being involved you should contact the management5: Fill out your details on this google doc. This will make the trialing process easier for managements: https://forms.gle/QkWsgJjcdQBZmsQa7 "
"Sign up for fresher hurling, football, ladies football and camogie will take place next today in the student life courtyard from 4pm-6pm. Come down to find out about trials, training and all things UL GAA! Spread the word! Non fresher who have not yet signed up also welcome!"
"2022/23 UL Men's Soccer Trials will take place on Monday, September 26th at 4pm on MaGuires All Weather Pitches behind UL Sports Arena Gym https://www.ulsport.ie/uloutdoor/facilities/maguires-all-weather-pitches/Bring your own water and your own training kit including boots and shinguards if possible. For insurance purposes you must be a member of UL Soccer Club in order to take part and your membership fee must be paid.We have two men's soccer teams in UL, both compete in the national colleges league and in intervarsity competitions. We also have a Harding Cup team for first years only.For anybody who is not selected for these two teams, we will have casual soccer every Monday, time TBC.Contact the UL Wolves Soccer Club page with any questions. "
"The “AO Global Engineering Development Programme” is a 20–month structured programme that provides participants the opportunity to be part of a global team, with exposure to cutting edge technology from Additive manufacturing and Robotics, as well as interactions with market leading R&D and marketing teams from across the 9 Stryker divisions. The position rotates on a 5 monthly assignment basis: Advanced Operations Quality Advanced Operations specific assignment Advanced Operations The “R&D Graduate Programme” is a 23-month structured graduate development programme in the R&D function. The programme rotates on a 6–month rotating assignment basis in order to learn and develop the basic knowledge and skills in the various engineering areas of expertise. The position rotates on a 6 monthly assignment basis: Design Advanced Operations / Research and Technology Development Advanced Quality Engineering Engineering Services (CAD/Prototype/Test Lab) See more here."
"We’re delighted to let you know that applications for internships are now open and we would love for you to share this message with your networks.A number of roles are available in both the tech and business fields, and we advise you to apply online as soon as possible at goo.gle/emea-interns. If it is determined that your application is a good match, one of our recruiters will reach out to you.Who can apply? Google’s internships are for students that are graduating later than December 2023 and who are enrolled in full time education. How to apply? Check google.com/students for full details of Google’s internship opportunities, and you apply with your CV."
"The UL Games Society will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday, October 5th at 6:00PM in EG-010. As with every year, the AGM marks the transition between the previous year's committee and the next through a general election, alongside discussion and voting about any important matters arising.You must be a member of the Society to vote in this event, all attendees will be checked to make sure they are a registered member. You can sign up on the day, but it's encouraged to apply beforehand to spare the hassle.This year, the following committee positions are available, wherein core committee members must be elected by the end of the meeting:CORE COMMITTEEPresidentSecretaryTreasurerHealth & Safety OfficerPublic Relations OfficerGAMES OFFICERSTraditional Games OfficerDigital Games OfficerSUPPORT ROLESVice PresidentEvents OfficerEquipment OfficerFirst Year RepresentativeVoting will be done through a show of hands, with ties being broken by the chairperson of the AGM.Once again, please ensure you are a paid member of the Society in order to vote at the meeting, and we look forward to seeing you all there!"
"Tá tús maith curtha leis na ciorcail comhrá! Bhí slua mór againn i Seomra na Gaeilge agus bhí an-chraic againn bualadh le Gaeilgeoirí agus le foghlaimeoirí eile!We've had a great start to the semester with our conversation circles! We had a big crowd in Seomra na Gaeilge and we had a great time meeting other Gaeilgeoirs and learners!"
"Bhí oíche shóisialta iontach againn an tseachtain seo caite i Scholars! Coinnigí súil amach anseo, nó ar an Instagram (@cumann_gaelach_ol) chun eolas a fháil faoin gcéad oíche shóisialta eile!We had a great night in Scholars last week for our social night! Keep an eye out here or on our Instagram (@cumann_gaelach_ol) to find out about upcoming social nights!"
"Great News guys, UL's African Society will be having its very first meeting of this semester this Wednesday the 21st September!! Better save the date!There's loads of fun to be had with games and refreshments for you guys. This'll be a great opportunity to make new friends of similar cultural background so don't miss out!The meeting will be held in common room which is in the Student Union from 18:00 to 19:30pmSee you guys soon. We're looking forward to meeting you all! "
"Are you interested in learning more about the GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES available to you after university?We are hosting a virtual information session on 22nd (Thursday) of September at 11:00 GMT to provide more information about the Global Operations Leadership Development GOLD programme.Please click the link to register interest: https://forms.office.com/r/iyP540BeJDThe teams meeting invite will be sent out on Wednesday!Our Global Operations Leadership Development (GOLD) Program is a two-and-a-half-year rotational program that empowers recent graduates, enabling high-potential supply chain associates to accelerate their career growth. Combining challenging work rotations with classroom and online training in a highly structured framework, the program is designed to develop the next generation of leaders for the engineering, operations, and quality and control functions within the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies."
"Feels good to be back!Here's a taster of the trails we'll be sampling this semester. If you want to get out and see what Ireland has to offer, then riding along mountains isn't the worst way to go about it. Most of these trips will be run on a Sunday (bar our weekend trips which last, well, over the weekend). Events, extra spins and social nights will be posted throughout the semester, so keep an eye on our Instagram and your inbox to make sure you don't miss anything!"
"To all freshers who have signed up, welcome to UL GAA! We are a vibrant club, and we thank you for signing up and taking a step into the unknown! If you have not done so, make sure you are fully registered and have signed up to receive club emails. You know you are fully registered as you would have received a receipt and information automatically once you are accepted (depending on the time of day you will be accepted straight away once pending or it may take some time if done outside of office hours). If you delay registration or do not register you will not be eligible to play and not know what is going on.The GAA club communicates with its members via email, so it is important that you sign up to receive club emails in your preferences and check them regularly. I email a schedule with all the important information on trials and trainings etc. for the week ahead on Friday evenings.College week 3 is the first week for freshers so ye are not expected to attend any session. Fresher trials and trainings for all codes will start from week 4.Fill in your information on this google document also please.https://forms.gle/QkWsgJjcdQBZmsQa7Finally, depending on the trial, you may be asked to digitally sign up to it, in order for management to control numbers and pick teams. This is done under "my listings" on the wolves page.regards,Ronan KeaneUL GAA Development Officer"
"UL PBP MEMBER UPDATEFIRST EVENT OF THE SEMESTER - THE ABCs of ECOSOCIALISM Tomorrow at 6PM UL PBP will be holding it's first event of the semester in KBG10 at 6PM! Member Ciarán Mac Aodha Bhuí will be delivering a talk outlining the ABCs of Ecosocialism, what we stand for, and how students can fight back against the interlocking crises of capitalism and ecological collapse. All welcome!REGISTRATIONRegistration for the year 22/23 is now open.Current members can renew their membership of UL PBP on Wolves or with the following link: cutt.ly/ulpbp HOUSING CRISIS The housing crisis is doing immense damage to the lives of students and workers. PBP representatives are challenging the government everyday about what has become a humanitarian crisis and Limerick and UL PBP are committed to building a radical housing movement locally. Too many of us are suffering as a result of government failure to provide public and affordable housing and the status quo cannot be allowed to continue. UL PBP urges anyone experiencing issues with a landlord to get in touch with and to join the Limerick branch of the Community Action Tenants Union (CATU).Website: catuireland.org/join/ Email: email@example.comCOST OF LIVING We're seeing living costs shoot through the roof over the last year with the prices of electricity and gas doubling, rent up by a tenth and food up by 5%. People Before Profit has been at the forefront in the Dáil pushing for price caps on energy and rent reductions, but the government has no interest in these measures that will affect company profits. It's clear we need a movement like against the water charges to force prices down and wages up. PBP UL intends to play a role in making this movement happen."
"Greetings all and welcome back! Semester 1 Timetable for Dance UL is up now! MondayClass: HeelsWhere: Dromroe HallTime: 7:00pm - 8:30pmTuesdsayClass: CommercialWhere: Dromroe Hall Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pmThursdayClass: Contemporary Where: PESS Building Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pmAny further questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org"
"Our First IUSA sailing event kicks off the weekend of October 8/9th. It’s a dinghy team racing event against all the other colleges throughout Ireland! So we will be travelling up to Mullaghmore on the Friday night and will enjoy 2 days of team racing and 2 themed social nights out! Interest form is linked here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf3eb7jUh9giixb4QLseaY2EYOfwJcBhbJyk4f-A5KBDOS9og/viewform?usp=send_formHope to sew you there!"
"Hello everyone and welcome back to ULKC.For both new and existing members, we are delighted you have decided to join us for the 2022/23 Academic Year.We have lots planned for the upcoming year, including overnight trips, day trips, competitions and much much more....For now... here's the schedule.Pool Sessions:The pool is the perfect way to learn the basics of kayaking in a warm and safe environment. It's also a great opportunity to meet new people in the club.Beginner: If you are new to kayaking, then our beginner sessions are for you. Our experienced members will be on hand to get you comfortable in the water and teach you the fundamentals of kayaking.Advanced: If you've been paddling loads, you're comfortable on the water and want to push your limits, then our advanced sessions are for you. We will work on freestyle techniques, more advanced skills and play some Canoe Polo matches.Tuesday (Beginner): 9:45 - 10:45pmWednesday (Beginner): 9:45 - 10:45pmThursday (Advanced): 9:45 - 10:45pmWhitewater Wednesdays:Our weekly Whitewater river trips are back for 2022/23. For anyone who doesn't know, this is the opportunity to experience Whitewater Kayaking on our local stretch of the Shannon. We will be commuting to Castleconnel, to get on the river, and will face multiple rapids and river features while on the water. Our experienced members will be on hand to show you the ropes and teach you everything you'll need to know.Stay tuned for more information!!!!!This year promises to be bigger and better than ever... so make sure you follow us on on our socials and are keep an eye on our weekly emails so you don't miss out!!!!We look forward to seeing you on the water really soon!!!"
"REGISTER HEREStudents, join us at this careers event in person or online and network with STEM graduate employers in Ireland, hear insightful presentations from exhibiting companies and ask your questions to a panel of women already working in STEM!When: Wednesday 12th October 2022Format: Online and In-person at Westin Hotel, Dublin (hybrid)Exhibitors:AccentureActivisionAnalog DevicesApplied MaterialsBank of AmericaBank of IrelandCentral Bank of IrelandCoca-colaEirgridExpleoFiservIntelIPS - Integrated Project ServicesMercury Engineering NikonOptiverRiot GamesStarling BankWillis Towers WatsonWuxi BiologicsProvisional Event Timings:In Venue Agenda:11:30am – Employers arrive at venue and set up stands.11:45am - Students arrive at venue and check-in.Noon – Event begins in the Guinea & Florin Rooms of the Westin Hotel with a welcome talk from STEM Women, our event sponsor, and a series of employer talks during the first speaker session.12:15pm – Networking begins and continues until the event ends. Students can network in The Banking Hall or watch employer talks during the first speaker session.1:30pm – First speaker session ends and all students network in The Banking Hall.2:00pm – Second speaker session in the Guinea & Florin Rooms. Students can continue networking in The Banking Hall or watch employer talks during the second speaker session.3:30pm - Second speaker session ends and all students network in The Banking Hall.4:00pm – Event endsOnline Agenda:Noon – Event begins with a welcome talk from STEM Women, a selection of employer insight talks and a Q&A session. These will be streamed directly from the event venue and shown live on our event platform!12:15pm – Online networking begins and continues until the event ends. Attendees can visit company stands, network with employers and search live jobs! They can also watch the first speaker sessions in the “Live Presentations” area.1:30pm – First speaker session ends in the “Live Presentations” area, students can continue networking online.2pm – Second speaker session. Students can continue networking online or watch the second speaker session in the “Live Presentations” area.3:30pm - Second speaker session ends and all students network online.4:00pm – Event ends"
"BOOK HERE6.00PM - Evening Seminar on “Ireland’s Preparedness for New Modalities”In the evening we’ll host a series of talks from Industry leaders exploring Ireland’s Readiness for New Modalities.This will be an interactive event where attendees will learn about challenges for the Irish Industry, have the opportunity to network with industry peers, pose questions to presenters and share hints and tips on achievements in this space!We are delighted to be hosted by the PMTC at University of Limerick and look forward to meeting both existing and new members on October 6thPlease note spaces are limited across the event so book your tickets ASAP to avoid disappointment.kindly sponsored by; Regeneron - https://www.regeneron.com/ https://www.pmtc.ie/Organiser of ISPE IRE Seminar - Ireland's Preparedness for New ModalitiesFounded in 1980, today ISPE serves 18,000 members worldwide and continues to work to keep industry professionals informed of the latest technological and regulatory trends that are occurring in the marketplace.All technical areas of the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry are represented among the ISPE membership. Microbiologists, chemists, QA/QC, production, process development, engineers, pharmacists, regulatory and training personnel, academia, suppliers, and other professionals contribute their expertise to the industry through their participation in ISPE activities. Furthermore, the networking benefits of ISPE membership extend beyond the pharmaceutical industry. ISPE enables Members to develop contacts around the globe by providing a forum for beneficial interaction with government officials, contractors, vendor representatives, academics and students all in the interest of offering practical solutions to everyday situations.ISPE is committed to the advancement of the educational and technical efficiency of its members through forums for the exchange of ideas and practical experience.ISPE Ireland Affiliated in 1989 and has membership from all sections of the Life Science Industry in Ireland. The Ireland Affiliate will provide present and prospective ISPE Members with local opportunities to discuss topics of related interest with their colleagues; to hold meetings and/or workshops on a regular basis; and to promote membership in ISPE. The objectives of the affiliate are to:Provide continuing education for technical professionals in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.Act as a forum for the exchange of ideas and information on regulatory, safety and other requirements.Promote the interests of scientist, engineers and other professionals involved in technical disciplines related to the pharmaceutical and medical device industry.Foster and encourage favourable relations among its members and related professions. Provide an opportunity for open discussion with Regulatory Authorities.__________________________________________________________________________________________ISPE, the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering, is the world's largest not-for-profit association serving its Members by leading scientific, technical and regulatory advancement throughout the entire pharmaceutical lifecycle. ISPE is committed to the advancement of the educational and technical efficiency of its members through forums for the exchange of ideas and practical experience.ISPE Ireland Young Professionals (YP) was established in 2014 as a branch of ISPE Ireland. This group was set up specifically to support young professionals in the pharmaceutical industry. Within ISPE, a Young Professional is someone with less than 10 years of work experience in the life sciences industry or is interested in working within the industry.The YP group is made up of the next generation of decision makers in the pharmaceutical industry as well as those who have recently made the switch from other backgrounds.“Our mission is to create a welcoming, comfortable environment at all levels of ISPE wherein young professional have unrestricted opportunities to network with peers, mentors, and other professionals, gain fundamental and advanced knowledge about the industry and their areas of professional interest, and grow their skills as needed to become industry professionals and the ISPE leaders of tomorrow.”The ISPE YP, alongside the ISPE main committee run a number of events and initiatives throughout the year wherein knowledge, technologies and experiences are shared amongst like-minded industry professionals enabling the development of relationships and professional networking. ISPE Ireland YP is committed to the advancement of the educational and technical efficiency of its members in the interest of advising on and offering practical solutions to everyday situations"
"Training TimesThe club will host a Newcomers Training Session this Wednesday at 6.30pm at the UL Athletics Track. The session will serve as an opportunity for new and prospective members to meet some of the club members and experience UL Athletics Club Life. We are happy to facilitate all interests and levels of ability. Our endurance group will also meet this Wednesday at 6.30pm also at the Track. Clubs and Societies Fair The club were delighted to join the other Clubs and Societies in UL Sport Arena last Wednesday for the return of the Fair. The evening was a great success and a great opportunity to recruit new members. We held a competition with thanks to RecoveryPlus Limerick who sponsored us some recovery sessions in their new Castletroy facility. The winners of our competition were Alex Ryan and Sophie Meredith. Congratulations to them both, they win a recovery session for them and one other worth €50. "
"Hi everyone, a huge welcome to our new members and welcome back to all our returning members! Our first training session is this evening (Monday 12th September) on campus in the PESS building from 6-8pm, everyone is welcome to attend. Looking forward to seeing everyone there! ???"
"New Committee Alert!We are so excited to announce are new committee for 22/22We can't wait for you to see what the committee has in store for this new semester! So, without further ado...Our Chairperson - Bobbi KeaneVice Chairperson - Orla SmithSecretary - Orla CarolanThe PRO Team - Leah Fahey & Emily Dowling Treasurer - Ciarán O'KeeffeCo-Treasurer - Áine RainfordIntervarsity Rep - Caitlin McVickerHealth & Safety Officer - Cormac Kearns Engagement Officer - Emma Madden And finally, our OCMs for this Semester...Sarah Meaney Julita FoxOrlaith Curtain Cora TyrrellIf you have any questions or queries don't be afraid to reach out to any of our fabulous committee members via ULWolves, our discord channel or any of our social media accounts! Best of luck to our new committee this year! "
"ULCES are delighted to give this update to new and prospective members for AY 2022/23. We aim to publish regular updates like these throughout the year. If you have any ideas for new events or types of engagement please reach out :)We participated in the newly rebranded C&S Fair yesterday evening. We were delighted with the levels of engagement and interest in our growing society. We are going to deliver our events remotely for Weeks 2 & 3 and then return to in-person events from Week 4. We feel it is very important to include as many members as possible in our events and we appreciate in-person may not be as accessible as in previous years. Please reach out if other forms of engagement are preferred for you, and we will work as a committee to deliver for you.We also renewed our national membership with Scale Ireland, Ireland's representative and advocative body for technological startups and entrepreneurs. Our members can attend a remote event with Pascal Donohoe, Wayflyer, and others on Monday afternoon. Details will be posted on our SULIS Page.We are also preparing our suite of consulting events. We will have events with Bain & Co. as well as Deloitte over the next few weeks as we build on the consultative spirit and interest within our UL Community.We are also actively recruiting for our Committee this year. Please email email@example.com to request to join the committee. The following positions are available:Secretary- In charge of all administrative duties including minute taking and organising AGMs.Head of Finance & Deputy Treasurer- In previous years, we have elected two officials to distribute the financial obligations and matters arising throughout the year, as well as Budget management and submission in May 2023.Communications & Public Relations Directors- We have 2 or 3 electable positions for managing our digital communications, our Wolves Platform, and assisting the Secretary on AGM and Newsletter Publications. One Person will also work directly with ISCG and/or Kemmy Business School to share Society Updates throughout the Year as well as a takeover of Kemmy Business School's Social Media for a week throughout the Academic Year.Health & Safety Officer- This person would be responsible for all risk assessments and also complete any paperwork required for Covid-19 protocols that may get re-introduced throughout the year.Membership Development- This role is usually a dual role with another position. This person will organise training for the committee and Society, working closely with Events, Operations, and the Society Head(s) to maximise the value of Society Membership. They will also prepare members for consulting and entrepreneurial competitions, distributing any briefs and/or preparatory materials for such an event.Head of Operations & Strategy- This person would work very closely with the Society Head(s) to create a vision for Society Growth, as well as act as a catalyst for the team to make sure that all parts of the committee are working as well as possible. Head/Director of Consulting- This person would act as the main Point of Contact for the Irish Student Consulting Group and represent the Society at National MeetingsWeb Development Officer- We have a prototype website that needs final development and launch. This person would take control of that and liaise with the Head of Communications to update the content with newsletter and event updates at least twice a month.We will also have training and development opportunities for committee and non-committee members in Semester One. More details to follow.As always, we serve to improve your student experience and to Make Inspirational the Norm, so reach out to explore more with ULCES."
"Its that time of year folks!! get on down to the Sport Arena to check out all that Music soc has to offer. We will have our committee members stationed at our pod to answer all of your questions and help you sign up to the society on the wolves page!!Cant wait to see everyone there!!!"
"Welcome back to another semester at the UL Music Society!We are so excited to be back, seeing our returning members and some new faces.Hop on over to the Courtyard Marquee for our annual AGM and welcome night Wednesday 14th September from 6pm - 8pm to find out what fun we are getting up to this semester, feel free to ask questions and give suggestions of what you would like to see from the Society.We are always looking for new committee members and the AGM is a great way to let us know you're interested to join in on the action!Can't wait to see you all there."
"WELCOME BACK TO CAMPUS EVERYONE! We here at the Music Society are so excited to start a new semester at UL and to welcome our new and returning members. we have lots of exciting activities and events planned for the semester so keep up to date on all things Music Soc make sure to follow us on all our social media @ulmusicsoc and join our Discord Server https://discord.gg/uEQYFS5DdR to meet other society members and get involved in our weekly activities! See you all there :) "
"We are now on Discord! Join us here to engage with the society on a variety of levels: meet other members, check out our "new music suggestions" channel to discover new artists and songs, hang out in the chat rooms, and organise virtual collab. It is a cool way to make some new friends. Hope to see to see you all there soon!"
"We've created a members-only WhatsApp group to keep everyone up to date about events and upcoming socials. This group chat can also be used to ask any questions you have regarding UL Windsports.Please note that this WhatsApp is only for our members, and you will be removed if you are not an active member of UL Windsports. https://chat.whatsapp.com/BeGBns0KnjJ4px3Xu1E5Kr"
"Welcome UL GAA Members!Welcome to UL GAA! We had 1,200 members last year and more than 18 teams. We hope to increase that number this year.How do I join? Register online on ulwolves.ie and select GAA. Fill in the details and pay your €25 registration fee. Make sure you opt in to receiving emails from the GAA club, as this is how we will contact you about trials, trainings etc, at least until you are selected for a team.I don’t know what team/trial I am supposed to go toI send a weekly email (usually Friday evenings) that informs all members of the schedule for the following week and directions for players. Read this carefully and you will know where to go and what to doMy membership is “pending”Either you have not paid the registration fee, or you have paid, and we are in the process of signing you up.I haven’t played in a long time/Am not very good….We have a coaching block in Gaelic football for international students for the next 4 Thursdays from 5pm-6pm on Maguires. If you are a beginner, then you are more than welcome to join this. We hope to do the same in semester 2. You can also train with either Junior hurling or junior football as this is open training. Please note however that there is no absolute beginner team.I am in the middle of club activity/am injured right nowI will make a list of these players. Its still important to register early so management have access to your details. Attend trials and introduce yourself to management and exchange contact details. If you are showing a genuine interest, then you will be given a chance.Ronan KeaneGAA Development Officer UL GAA -firstname.lastname@example.org or whats app 086 7879909 "
"Hi All. UL Windsports is hosting a raffle during our freshers welcome night (Thursday, Week 5), where the main prize up for grabs is a free UL windsports trip of your choice! Many other prizes are up for grabs, such as a Jamie Knoxx Windsurfing hoodie and many more! (excluding International trips).Tickets will be on sale during the C&S fair at our stand and will also be available to purchase during the welcome night social. So grab your ticket to be in with a chance to win! Show proof of paid up membership at the C&S fair and get a free entry! Ticket prices are €2 for a line of tickets / €5 for 3 lines of tickets *Prizes are only redeemable for active UL windsports members*"
"I hope you've enjoyed your summers, cause it's time for another year with us at UL!Hey everyone and welcome back, we're looking forward to seeing everyone on campus again, and hopefully some fresh faces as well. Membership applications are open again, so do remember to sign up for the rest of the year: https://ulwolves.ie/society/gamesWeekly events are going to be in a state of flux due to the late arrivals of the first years, for the latest updates on times and venues come join our Discord server:https://discord.gg/3u9FamAWhat is certain though, is that we are going to be at the C&S Fair next Wednesday from 4:00pm! The Fair is being held at the UL Sport Arena, and in there most of the clubs and societies are gonna have stalls to show off what they're all about, us included! It's a great place to say hi to us, ask any questions and meet up with returning members and other like-minded people. If you are a new student, particularly an international, we definitely recommend you visit!If you've any questions don't be afraid to message someone on committee, they'll do their best to answer! Once again, thank you for sticking with us, and we look forward to seeing everyone soon!"
"Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) for the 2022/2023 academic year will be held on Tuesday, September 13th at 6:30 pm (NOT 6th as stated in the picture) in the Courtyard Room, UL Student Life Centre. Everyone is welcome, and it's a good opportunity to meet fellow archers and your teachers before training starts.Directions: When standing outside the main entrance to Student Life, take a left and the door is on the outside of the building.To attend this event, please ensure you are signed up as a member of UL Wolves. See you there!"
"Attending the inaugural Celtic Cup Tounament in 2022, Ireland was proud to present two competitive teams with a mixture of both youth and experience to the event.A few of our own Limerick stars played, scored and came home victourious The Celtic Cup is a new competition setup to allow the Celtic nations of Ireland, Wales and Scotland a chance to compete against each other annually to gauge competitiveness, make new friends and celebrate our shared heritage and love for Underwater Hockey.Read full story here "
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