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Bru Na Gruadan Courtyard Student Village serving students at the University of Limerick (UL Students), Limerick Institute of Technology's School of Art & Design (LIT) and the Limerick Senior College. Situated off the Groody roundabout in Castletroy, high quality and secure student accommodation is within minutes from the university, technology park (where students can find employers including Vistakon, O2, Cook Ireland, Castletroy Shopping Centre) and 4 major shopping outlets as well as the city of Limerick too.

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