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Masters (MA/MSc) in Interactive media studies (level 9), Interaction Design Centre, Computer Science and Information systems department, University of Limerick, Ireland
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University of Limerick is proud of its beautiful campus and facilities. Spanning the Shannon River, the University is in both Co. Limerick and Co. Clare and encompasses 340 acres (Fly around the UL Campus).

Computer Science & Information System Building

Within the department of Computer Science and Information System you’ll have access to:

  • Technical Labs: the Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS) building has four dedicated computer labs as well as a programming resource centre with dedicated, knowledgable staff available to offer assistance to students.
  • Design Labs: Our Interaction Design Centre, the Digital Media & Arts Research Centre and the Programme in Game Development are co-located with CSIS offering students unique access to and opportunities to collaborate with faculty, researchers and students in the field.
  • Music and Composition Labs: Within CSIS, students have access to two full recording studios, a video editing and post-production suit as well as access to concert equipment and microphones.

The Interaction Design Centre’s Prototyping Lab

The Interaction Design Centre’s Studio Lab

University of Limerick

In addition to these amazing facilities, students have access to UL’s significant library, state-of-the-art sports facilities, dozens of restaurants and even two campus pubs. Some highlights of the UL campus are:

  • Irish World Academy of Music and Dance: An internationally acclaimed centre for innovation and research in music and dance performance and scholarship,
  • Irish Chamber Orchestra: Ireland’s leading international chamber orchestra, funded by An Chomhairle Ealaíon, The Irish Arts Council. These bodies also engage in the commissioning and performance of new Irish music and dance.
  • Permanent Art Collection: The University is the permanent home of several art collections, including, the National Self-Portrait Collection of Ireland, The Watercolour Society of Ireland Collection, The Irish American Cultural Institute’s O’Malley Collection among others.
  • University Concert Hall: The University has a 1000 seat multi-purpose concert hall who hosts many events throughout the year.
  • UL Clubs and Societies: The University presently has 36 active clubs and 38 active societies who make campus live vibrant. The clubs and societies are diverse, from Jui Jitsu & Judo to Anime & Manga to History, Architecture and Games.

Please follow the following links to see the UL campus and its amazing facilities

The University of Limerick campus aerial view

A fly around University of Limerick

Limerick City 

Limerick is a riverside city where the Shannon is an integral part of the city’s character. Vibrant Limerick combines big city amenities with an innate friendliness – a mix that guarantees an attractive and welcoming environment for student living. The city boasts some fascinating historic sights, fashionable bars, charming old pubs, glossy shops, smart restaurants and boutique hotels.

Limerick is Ireland’s third largest city; which dates back to the 9th century. Its castles, ancient walls and museums are testament to its dramatic past. There is certainly plenty of history to absorb in this fine riverside city; from the 13th Century King John’s Castle and the Treaty Stone, to the Hunt Museum which houses over 2,000 works of art including pieces by Leonardo da Vinci, Renoir and Picasso. The city is also home to the Irish Chamber Orchestra and the University Concert Hall.

In Limerick, sport is a matter of pride and passion. Limerick is the home of Munster Rugby, hence the city is widely acknowledged as Ireland’s unofficial “rugby capital”. The new Thomond Park stadium is the jewel in the rugby crown of the city. The Limerick footballers and hurlers draw huge crowds to the Gaelic Grounds, and there are several rowing clubs based here. Limerick racecourse hosts various meetings throughout the year at its new and and modern greyhound stadium will open shortly. In the summer of 2010, the city hosted the Special Olympics Ireland games which were hugely successful. Limerick is a progressive and thriving city, and an attractive location for students, with over 20,000 young people choosing third level study in Limerick. Whether pursuing social, cultural or sporting interests, students will not lack for opportunities for a good night out. The innate friendliness of the people will remain an abiding memory for all who come to live and study “where the Shannon River meets the sea”.

Limerick City in Motion

Limerick City of Culture highlights