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Limerick Student City campaign aims to encourage students to embrace Limerick City

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Limerick Student City campaign is encouraging, university students, further education students, apprentices and skills based learning attendees to get out and about and experience Limerick city like never before. Picture: Alan Place.

Limerick is a home away from home for third-level attendees

Limerick Student City campaign aims to encourage students to embracing Limerick city
A Limerick City pocket map has been produced highlighting the range of off-campus activities on offer. Picture: Alan Place.

Third-level students starting college in Limerick in the coming weeks, or those returning, are being reminded that there is a fantastic student experience “off campus” in Limerick City.

Limerick City and County Council is encouraging, university students, further education students, apprentices, and, skills-based learning attendees to get out and about and experience Limerick city like never before.

A new four-week Limerick student city social and on-campus campaign by the Council’s Marketing & Communications department has begun this week, to inform students that there is more to student life than their campus and the city is the perfect place for them to maximise their student experience.

As students already know, there’s no place like Limerick for college life and while Limerick is an ideal place to study, it’s important that students broaden their life experiences by embracing Limerick city.

The Limerick student city four-week campaign will see staff from Marketing & Communications visit the campuses of UL, MIC and TUS Moylish, and TUS LSAD on Clare Street to inform students of what’s on offer in the city.

A Limerick City pocket map has been produced highlighting the range of off-campus activities on offer to Limerick’s third-level student population.

Students will also be in with a chance of winning an iPad to help them with their studies.

Third-level attendees are being encouraged to check out the Top 10 Insta spots in Limerick in person and perhaps suggest some new spots.

In addition to the on-campus presence, a social media campaign targeting students is being rolled out as part of the overarching campaign.

The campaign will highlight what’s going on in Limerick with a specific focus on value-for-money events.

For more information visit Limerick.ie/Study 

Download the Limerick Student City map HERE 

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Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the ilovelimerick.com concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.

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