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Annual UL Alumni Awards

 
 
We are now seeking Nominations for the 12th Annual UL Alumni Awards which will take place in October 2017.  
You do not need to be a graduate to nominate, anyone can submit a nomination for a UL graduate 
 
The Nomination form is available here

 

The closing date for submission of Nominations is 5 May 2017

 

 To view profiles of all previous UL Alumni Awards Recipients click here

 

To read all about the 11th Annual UL Alumni Awards and view a slideshow of images from the event click here 

 
 
Background to the Awards
 
In 2006, ULAA launched the first ever initiative to recognise outstanding graduates.
 
At a special event in October every year, Alumni Awards are presented to UL graduates who have made an outstanding contribution in any of the following spheres:
  • Science & Technology
  • Cultural/Arts
  • Business
  • Academic
  • Societal/Humanitarian
  • Sport
UL Graduates continue to make enormous contributions via their chosen life paths and their achievements reflect enormously well on their alma mater.  ULAA wishes to honour such graduates and is now seeking  Nominations for 2017.  The nomination form is available here
 
Who is a UL Graduate?

 

  • Graduates of the University of Limerick.
  • Graduates of the National Institute of Higher Education, Limerick.
  • Graduates who received an NUI award but studied at the University of Limerick for a period of  time as part of the programme of study for which the award was granted by the NUI.
  • Graduates of Thomond College of Education.
  • Graduates of the National College of Physical Education.
  • Graduates of MIC who receive University of Limerick awards.
  • Graduates of St. Patrick's College, Thurles who receive University of Limerick awards.
  • Graduates with an award arising from an *accredited programme, and any others having been granted an Honorary Degree therefrom.

Note: an *Accredited Programme means (i) a programme of study which has been accredited by the National Council for Educational Awards (NCEA), Dublin, in accordance with their procedures or (ii) in respect of some graduates conferred at the National Institute for Higher Education, Limerick, in 1977, a programme of study accredited by the National University of Ireland (NUI), or (iii) the University of Limerick or any other statutory appointed Authority having jurisdiction to confer awards on any persons who successfully completed accredited programmes of study at the educational institutions herein noted in this and the foregoing paragraph.  
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