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16/05/2024 pictured at 2024 UL Access Schools Award Ceremony. The Access Office proudly hosted another successful Access Schools Award Ceremony on Thursday 16 th May in the Kemmy Business School in UL. There was huge excitement and the atmosphere was vibrant with the event drawing 280 second level pupils and parents/ guardians. There were seven partner schools who participated in two pre-entry programmes Look to the Future and Broadening Horizons which the Access Office facilitates. The ceremony recognises and celebrates the excellent participation of these students who participate in both programmes.  The awards were presented by Associate Vice President Student Engagement Dr. Ronni Greenwood and a highlight of the day was the motivational speech addressed by one of our own UL students and Access Mentor, Vitali Kobin. Vitali shared his unique student experience, leaving a sincere impact on the second level students receiving their awards. His speech inspired the pupils to believe in their potential and raised their aspirations at the possibility of coming to University.   The Access Schools Award Ceremony is a testament to UL’s commitment to Access and Widening Participation and it showcased the depth of work by the partner schools and the Access Office. Events like this highlight the power of education and the impact it has on the lives of individuals and communities. Pic: Don Moloney 16/05/2024 pictured at 2024 UL Access Schools Award Ceremony. The Access Office proudly hosted another successful Access Schools Award Ceremony on Thursday 16 th May in the Kemmy Business School in UL. There was huge excitement and the atmosphere was vibrant with the event drawing 280 second level pupils and parents/ guardians. There were seven partner schools who participated in two pre-entry programmes Look to the Future and Broadening Horizons which the Access Office facilitates. The ceremony recognises and celebrates the excellent participation of these students who participate in both programmes.  The awards were presented by Associate Vice President Student Engagement Dr. Ronni Greenwood and a highlight of the day was the motivational speech addressed by one of our own UL students and Access Mentor, Vitali Kobin. Vitali shared his unique student experience, leaving a sincere impact on the second level students receiving their awards. His speech inspired the pupils to believe in their potential and raised their aspirations at the possibility of coming to University.   The Access Schools Award Ceremony is a testament to UL’s commitment to Access and Widening Participation and it showcased the depth of work by the partner schools and the Access Office. Events like this highlight the power of education and the impact it has on the lives of individuals and communities. Pic: Don Moloney

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The Access Office proudly hosted the 2024 Access Schools Award Ceremony in the Kemmy Business School in UL. Pic: Don Moloney

The UL Access Office hosted a successful 2024 Access School Award Ceremony with more than 280 students and parents/guardians in attendance

Prince Malonga from Desmond College pictured at the 2024 University of Limerick Access Schools Awards Ceremony. Pic: Don Moloney

The Access Office proudly hosted another successful Access Schools Award Ceremony on Thursday, May 16, at the Kemmy Business School in UL.

There was huge excitement and the atmosphere was vibrant with the event drawing 280 second-level pupils and parents/guardians.

There were seven partner schools that participated in two pre-entry programmes Look to the Future and Broadening Horizons which the Access Office facilitates. The ceremony recognises and celebrates the excellent participation of these students who participate in both programmes.


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The awards were presented by Associate Vice President Student Engagement Dr. Ronni Greenwood and a highlight of the day was the motivational speech addressed by one of our own UL students and Access Mentor, Vitali Kobin.

Vitali shared his unique student experience, leaving a sincere impact on the second level students receiving their awards. His speech inspired the pupils to believe in their potential and raised their aspirations at the possibility of coming to University.

The Access Schools Award Ceremony is a testament to UL’s commitment to Access and Widening Participation and it showcased the depth of work by the partner schools and the Access Office.

Events like this highlight the power of education and the impact it has on the lives of individuals and communities.

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The UL Access Office hosted another successful Access Schools Award Ceremony with more than 280 students and parents/guardians in attendance. Pic: Don Moloney

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