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Secondary Level Initiatives

Study Club

TUS Access Service are committed to the provision of a Study Club for secondary school students who experience educational and socio-economic disadvantage.

The Study Club caters to second level exam students in Limerick City and County. To qualify for the Study Club members must be in an exam year and meet at least one of the criteria listed from the following: attending a DEIS school, living in an area of disadvantage, be a medical/GP visit card holders, having an intellectual disability/specific learning difficulty or being a member of a low-income family or a member of the Travelling Community.

The study club offers a range of services such as:

  • On-campus Maths Tuition
  • Online Tuition
  • In person Tuition
  • Student support

Students can avail of the on-campus Maths tuition in TUS and tuition of one other subject of their choice online or face-to-face.

For further information or to apply to become a member of the Study Club, please email 

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GO4IT Programme - Secondary Level

TUS Access Service works in partnership with the Northside Family Resource Centre and linked schools to deliver the Go4IT programme. This programme aims to introduce the concept of lifelong learning and show that education has a real purpose.

The main objectives of the Go4IT programme are:

  • To facilitate increased access to third-level education by young people from the linked areas
  • To raise awareness of educational options for young people and their families
  • To provide young people with a positive experience of third-level education
  • To support young people to reach their full educational potential
  • To break down barriers and misconceptions the participants and their families may have in relation to third-level education
  • To demonstrate that third-level education is a welcoming and supportive place.

The first year of this programme begins in sixth class at primary school. Once the student enters secondary school, the programme works to support their transition and continue to engage them in experiential activities until they complete their Leaving Certificate.

World of Work Programme

TUS Access Service works in partnership with Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI) through the Schools’ Business Partnership programme. This is an education inclusion programme that partners schools with business. TUS is partnered with Thomond Community College to deliver the World of Work programme. The main aim of this programme is to positively impact on educational inclusion and address key issues in areas of educational disadvantage in Ireland.

The programme is delivered to second year participants from Thomond Community College, who will be provided with a very interesting insight into jobs, careers, and into how a business operates and it will enable them to consider what is involved in the world of work.  This is fundamental for them as they endeavour to maximise their own talents and fully engage in society as young adults.

The workshops and learning activities delivered are as follows:

  • TUS site tour & Day in the Life session
  • Sustainability Session
  • Communication & Presentation skills session
  • Wrap Up Session

For further information on this programme, please contact


College Awareness Week

College Awareness Week is a national campaign, which aims to celebrate the benefits of going to college, to support students to become college-ready and to showcase local role models. Each year TUS Access Service organises a host of activities and events, which take place throughout the week. Information on all local and national events can be viewed here.