MIC Virtual Open Day
Wednesday 28 October.
 

Male and female MIC students studying

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic Virtual Open Days have replaced the traditional campus visit. The MIC Virtual Open Day provides a safe environment for prospective students to virtually explore our campuses and the exceptional facilities that the College has to offer. The Virtual Open Day will showcase the wide range of programmes available, while also providing an opportunity to engage online with current students, faculty and staff.

 

3 secondary school pupils laughing as seen through a head-hole cutout at MIC Open Day 2017, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick
94%
Student Retention Rate

Students who come to study at MIC tend to stay for the duration of their programmes, indicating a high-quality student experience and satisfaction level.

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Undergraduate Entrance Scholarships

These entrance scholarships, spread across all of MIC's undergraduate programmes, are worth €2,000 each and are awarded on the basis of points achieved in the Leaving Certificate.

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New Sports Schemes

MIC is offering two elite sports scholarships and a CAO Points Concession Sports Scheme (up to 10 places across all undergraduate programmes will be reserved for outstanding sporting candidates) for Academic Year 2020/21.

Explore MIC Campus

Side view of students in the forum in the TARA Building at MIC Limerick with food stalls
The Forum at MIC Limerick is a popular place for students to have lunch & hang out
3 female students walking towards MIC Thurles with Thurles Cathedral in the background
The MIC Thurles Campus, like MIC Limerick, is very central so students can easily access amenities
4 students hanging out in the Mary Immaculate Students' Union (MISU) area at MIC Limerick
Mary Immaculate Students' Union (MISU) represent students & organise events year round
The MIC Limerick hurling team competing in a 2017 Fitzgibbon Cup match
Sports & physical activity is encouraged at MIC and both campuses have pitches & other facilities