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    tonyferattiwwu is offline Newbie 510 points
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    What is up with University of Limerick?

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    It is not one of the schools in the Atlantic Bridge Program but still has a 4 year GEP program for international students? Whats going on? Are there any US/Canadians there now?

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    The University of Limerick is now part of the North Atlantic Bridge Program. I was unaware of this until my friend from Vancouver got an interview with the school. Its a new school and has a pretty small medical program so i am not too sure how it will fair out.

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    Limerick in Sept 2009

    I am a Canadian who has just been accepted to UL and will be starting there in Sept. It is a part of the Atlantic Bridge Program, the first class was 2007. I met the Dean and a handful of faculty from the program when I went for my interview last month. They were very personable, down to earth, and excited about the fact that they've got Ireland's newest med program. Big emphasis on moving away from the didactic approach and changing some of the 'hands off' tradition of learning found in the other Irish med schools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by albinoblackbear View Post
    I am a Canadian who has just been accepted to UL and will be starting there in Sept. It is a part of the Atlantic Bridge Program, the first class was 2007. I met the Dean and a handful of faculty from the program when I went for my interview last month. They were very personable, down to earth, and excited about the fact that they've got Ireland's newest med program. Big emphasis on moving away from the didactic approach and changing some of the 'hands off' tradition of learning found in the other Irish med schools.
    This programme is supposed to be the best organized and laid out of all the 4 yr proggrammes in Ireland. It wwas the first university to be allowed have this type of programme, since we only ever had 5/6 year programmes. I have friends there and apparantly its a great course

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