There was constant room for improvement and growth at the University of Limerick. I improved a great deal from my time here both on a personal and professional level. My confidence in my scientific abilities increased and my leadership and teamwork skills greatly improved. I would recommend the University of Limerick to anyone.
basic services provided to staff is not well managed, access to research facilities is not well managed, but friendly staff. I learned that one has to arrange things on his very own, since there is no real support available.
I worked as a tutorial instructor for a slew of classes and lecturers in the business department at the kemmy business building and Schumann building. Only one lecturer had a bad reputation and her relationship with the head tutor made our lives pretty rough. I chose different teams and classes after that experience and have nothing but good things to say about everyone in that department minus those two individuals.
Lovely place to work. Typical day included greeting new students and breaking them into groups. From here icebreakers and tours were the call over the day. It was my job to ensure the new students felt comfortable throughout the day and energy was kept high.
Very much enjoyed my time in the International Education division of U.L as buddy program coordinator. Great colleagues, all friendly and helpful. Was left to work to my own initiative and come up with my own improvements for the system. My job was temporary, a filler between undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Great work environment, strong support and corporation between the management and staff. full ethical compliance. Learn about other peoples cultures due to the mixed cultures of staff at the institution. Friendly staff and students made working a pleasurable experience
Typical work day included: Carrying out large volumes of filing while retaining a good level of accuracy and efficiency. Maintaining an effective administration system. Meeting with customers to find opportunities that suit their wants and needs.