Lord Grenville as Chancellor of the University of Oxford; painting by William Owen
The Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Lord Patten, in procession at Encaenia, 2009
William Smyth, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford; painting by Gilbert Jackson
Plassey House, built in the eighteenth-century, now houses the President's Office and displays the university's ceremonial mace.
The block logo was often seen alongside the heraldic crest in promotional material.
The 1,000-seat University Concert Hall, seen from a water fountain on the main campus
Plassey House, on the River Shannon
UL's Schumann Building
Kemmy Business School
Cast-iron sculpture by Antony Gormley in UL's Central Plaza
UL's North Campus playing fields
The Living Bridge over the Shannon on the UL campus
The renovated PESS Building
The School of Medicine building, which was shortlisted for the Stirling Prize in architecture
The Irish World Academy (left) and the Health Sciences building, with the School of Medicine in the background
Analog Devices Building
Tierney Building, home to Lero and Nexus

The university is headed, titularly, by the Chancellor.

- University of Limerick

In Dublin City University and the University of Limerick, the chancellor is also the chairman of the university's governing authority.

- Chancellor (education)
Lord Grenville as Chancellor of the University of Oxford; painting by William Owen

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Dublin City University

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University based on the Northside of Dublin, Ireland.

University based on the Northside of Dublin, Ireland.

1980s college logo
1989 logo on creation of university
The Central Mall in DCU stretching from the Henry Grattan building to the O'Reilly Library in the background.
The Helix Theatre
Environmentally friendly "pod" shaped lecture theatres layered with titanium panels at the former Eeolas Institute's DCU Ryan Academy for Entrepreneurship, sole component of the Eeolas Institute, and reopened in 2009 on a standalone basis at CityWest Business Park
Collins Avenue Entrance
Exterior of The John and Aileen O`Reilly Library on the Glasnevin campus
Interior of The John and Aileen O`Reilly Library on the Glasnevin campus
University Sports Complex

Created as the National Institute for Higher Education, Dublin in 1975, it enrolled its first students in 1980, and was elevated to university status (along with the NIHE Limerick, now the University of Limerick) in September 1989 by statute.

The university is headed, titularly, by the Chancellor.

Coat of Arms of the National University of Ireland

National University of Ireland

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Federal university system of constituent universities (previously called constituent colleges) and recognised colleges set up under the Irish Universities Act, 1908, and significantly amended by the Universities Act, 1997.

Federal university system of constituent universities (previously called constituent colleges) and recognised colleges set up under the Irish Universities Act, 1908, and significantly amended by the Universities Act, 1997.

Coat of Arms of the National University of Ireland
Coat of Arms of the National University of Ireland
Coat of Arms of the National University of Ireland
The offices of the NUI, on Merrion Square in Dublin
Coat of Arms of the National University of Ireland

The chancellor is the notional head of the university, and constituent universities and recognised colleges have their own heads, who exercise most powers in practice.

National Institute for Higher Education, Limerick (1976–1977)