Prospective Students


Accommodation for First Year Students

Kilmurry Bedroom

 

Making the best decision for your university student living experience
Now that you have chosen to study in Ireland's most vibrant campus, you need to select the best place to live. This is an exciting time in your life and we understand that finding the right place to live during your studies is extremely important to you. Residences at UL will be your home from home for the next few years - a place to live, eat, sleep and inevitably where your college social life will evolve.
Which Village is for you?
With 2,700 rooms across six residential villages at University of Limerick, there is something to suit everyone. Each village has a distinctive character with a wide range of facilities suitable for first year students. Our six villages vary in price too; this means that there is accommodation on campus to suit all budgets.
If you want to live as part of a vibrant student community, minutes’ walk from lecture theatres, then campus accommodation at University of Limerick is a must for you.
What you can expect while living in residence
When you live in any one of our six residential villages, you can expect:
Professional management service whose primary focus is to deliver the best student living experience
Support during your journey at UL
Excellent facilities across six residential villages
Rental fees with no additional surprises. All bills are included in your rent
Campus Life Programme run each term which includes sporting, cultural and social events
Free membership to UL Sports Arena
How early can I apply for accommodation?
Prospective first year students planning to study at University of Limerick can apply online from February (pre September of year of study). When you apply online, you will be required to pay a non-refundable booking fee. We do not guarantee that we will be able to offer all applicants a room on campus. Please check the website home page for more updates.
Can I apply for a room in a particular village?
When applying you can select villages in order of preference. Due to the high level of applications we cannot guarantee that you will get your 1st preference but we endeavour to allocate students based on preferences. This process is subject to change.
How do I accept or reject my room offer?
If you are successful in securing a room during the booking process you will receive a room offer by email in August. The email will include instructions on how to accept or reject the room offer.
Irish speaking students
Please click here to view our accommodation brochure as Gaeilge. Should you wish to live in a house with other native Irish speakers please select this request as you make you application online at studentliving.ul.ie. We will do our best to allocate native Irish speakers together if they so request.
If you wish to contact a member of our team please email accommodation@ul.ie. 
Please note we do not have specific accommodation allocated for Irish speaking students, this is solely based on applications and requests.
Who will I live with?
At Campus Life Services, we have an allocation policy which we believe encourages vibrant communities. Our residents can expect to live with students in the same year. You will find that students may be completing different courses to you which creates diversity. Our houses are usually mixed sex with equal balance where possible.
Should you have more questions please contact accommodation@ul.ie 

 

Making the best decision for your university student living experience

Now that you have chosen to study in Ireland's most vibrant campus, you need to select the best place to live. This is an exciting time in your life and we understand that finding the right place to live during your studies is extremely important to you. Residences at UL will be your home from home for the next few years - a place to live, eat, sleep and inevitably where your college social life will evolve.


Which Village is for you?

With 2,700 rooms across six residential villages at University of Limerick, there is something to suit everyone. Each village has a distinctive character with a wide range of facilities suitable for first year students. Our six villages vary in price too; this means that there is accommodation on campus to suit all budgets.If you want to live as part of a vibrant student community, minutes’ walk from lecture theatres, then campus accommodation at University of Limerick is a must for you.


What you can expect while living in residence

When you live in any one of our six residential villages, you can expect:

Professional management service whose primary focus is to deliver the best student living experience

Support during your journey at UL

Excellent facilities across six residential villages

Rental fees with no additional surprises. All bills are included in your rent

Campus Life Programme run each term which includes sporting, cultural and social events

Free membership to UL Sports Arena

 

Applications for 2018/19 - Now Closed

New Incoming First Years who are hoping to attend the University of Limerick in September 2018 were able to apply for our accommodation lottery application system from 14th February. The closing date was 12 noon on 9th March. The lottery system selects successful applicants after the closing date. Applications for new incoming first years will not be on a first come first serve basis.   

  1. To apply for our lottery system applicants were asked to give village preferences in order of 1-6 and pay a non-refundable €50 booking fee.
  2. Within one week of the closure of the lottery application process, we will communicate the status of the booking with all applicants - We have now coresponded with all lottery applicants by email. 
  3. If you were successful in the lottery, you will receive an email outlining the next step in our process.
  4. If you were unsuccessful in the lottery, you will be placed on our waitlist list and notified of same. Should we be running further lotteries if we receive cancellations throughout the year, we will offer it to applicants on our waiting list.
  5. If you were unable to apply to be in the lottery, we will open another waitlist during CAO week.

 

CAO Week - What will happen?

  1. On the 20th August we will text those who were sucessful in the lottery to let them know when they can accept / view their offer online. Those students will need to log into our home page using the username and password created when applying. If you cannot remember your password, use the forgotten password link.
  2. From 21st August ,should we have enough cancellations, we will run another lottery with the unsucessful lottery candidates and begin to call those from the waitlist to offer rooms.
  3. Anyone offered a room will need to pay the balance of the deposit and 1st instalment of rent before 2nd September. See here for rental fee information.


Can I apply for a room in a particular village?

When applying you can select villages in order of preference. Due to the high level of applications we cannot guarantee that you will get your 1st preference but we endeavour to allocate students based on preferences. This process is subject to change.

 

How do I accept or reject my room offer?

If you are successful in securing a room during the booking process you will receive a room offer by email in August. The email will include instructions on how to accept or reject the room offer.

 

Irish speaking students

Please click here to view our accommodation brochure as Gaeilge. Should you wish to live in a house with other native Irish speakers please select this request as you make you application online at studentliving.ul.ie. We will do our best to allocate native Irish speakers together if they so request.If you wish to contact a member of our team please email accommodation@ul.ie. 

 Please note we do not have specific accommodation allocated for Irish speaking students, this is solely based on applications and requests.

 

Who will I live with?

At Campus Life Services, we have an allocation policy which we believe encourages vibrant communities. Our residents can expect to live with students in the same year. You will find that students may be completing different courses to you which creates diversity. Our houses are usually mixed sex with equal balance where possible.

 

When will I need to pay rent?

Due to the short period between CAO offers in August and check in, incoming first year students pay the first rental fee instalment once they have been offered and accepted a room on campus, which occurs during CAO week.

To apply please click the 'Apply for a Residence / Login' button on the left of the screen.

Should you have more questions please contact accommodation@ul.ie 

 

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