AIFS in Limerick Resident Director
c/o International Education Office
University of Limerick
Dia Dhuit! – thatís how we say hello in Irish (I also speak English and a little bit of German). I have been the AIFS Resident Director since 2004. I canít wait to show you the beautiful city of Limerick, Iím sure youíll feel at home right away.
I know Limerick very well after growing up here and obtaining a BA and graduate diploma in Adult Education from Mary Immaculate College, the sister college of the University of Limerick. You will find that while the culture is different, there isnít a significant language barrier so your integration into local cultural life will be much easier. You can think of me as a support for you both personally and academically for any issues that may arise. Itís my goal to make your transition into Irish culture as seamless as possible. In my free time you can find me enjoying a good book or cheering on my favorite rugby team.
During your time abroad I will coordinate all aspects of the program including academic planning, housing and social and cultural activities. See you in Limerick!
AIFS Campus Staff with First Aid Training
Because health and safety are top priorities at AIFS, at least one member of the staff at this campus has taken a first aid course in order to be available to help any student until a doctor or nurse can provide help. This is just one of many services that we provide to our students.