Language Taster Sessions at UL

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Are you interested in learning a new language? The University of Limerick is offering you the chance to attend introductory sessions in six different languages at its Language Tasters Sessions. It’s also a great way to discover a new culture.

Register here:

Language Tasters Sessions

You can attend an introductory session in:

  • Arabic
  • Chinese
  • French
  • German
  • Japanese
  • Spanish

online or face-to-face.

The online sessions will be held on Tuesday 24 and Thursday 26 May 2022, and the face-to-face event will be held at the University of Limerick on Wednesday 25 May.

These events will be hosted via Microsoft Teams, see below for details and links to access the sessions:

Tuesday 24 May

– Japanese Language Taster: Tuesday 24 May – 6-7pm with Sachiyo Click here to attend the JAPANESE session

– Arabic Language Taster: Tuesday 24 May – 6.30-7.30pm with Sarah Click here to attend the ARABIC session

– Chinese Language Taster: Tuesday 24 May – 7-8pm with Xiaojing Yang (Helen) & Pengpeng Teng Click here to attend the CHINESE session


Thursday 26 May

– French Language Taster: Thursday 26 May – 6-7pm with Anne Click here to attend the FRENCH session

– German Language Taster: Thursday 26 May – 6.30-7.30pm with Anita Click here to attend the GERMAN session

– Spanish Language Taster: Thursday 26 May – 7-8pm with Juan Click here to attend the SPANISH session



Wednesday 25th May, Languages Building, University of Limerick

Sessions as follows:

       6pm-6.30pm          6.30-7pm:           7-7.30pm
         Japanese          Arabic       Chinese
         French          German       Spanish

For more information, contact Catherine Jeanneau:

The S&E Flexible Learning Centre (formerly known as ULearning) is part of the Faculty Science & Engineering at the University of Limerick, and engages in online learning and education that addresses individual and corporate skills gaps in our industry and wider economy.

We have been delivering online and blended learning programmes for over 13 years and currently offer more than 21 programmes in this way. We understand the unique requirements of our online learners and have the skills and experience to meet these requirements.

Learn more here.


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