Plan your visit
Some advance planning will ensure that you get what you want out of your visit to Mary Immaculate College. In order to maximise your time on campus, we would advise allowing at least two hours per visit on Open Days.
When is the next Open Day?
Student Teacher Experience Day at MIC Thurles on Saturday 28 March & Taster Sessions at MIC Limerick on Thursday 30 April 2020 have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic but alternatively, MIC is offering interested parties the chance to ask our lecturers, and other key members of the College community, anything they would like to know about MIC, and its degrees, via a series of Instagram Live Q&A sessions. More details here.
Before Open Day
You will receive all the information you need at the Open Day event itself but here are some ways to learn about Mary Immaculate College ahead of time.
View the 2020/21 Undergraduate Prospectus (below) for general information on MIC, student services/supports and specific details relating to the selection of undergraduate programmes, entry requirements and testimonials.
Attend a talk in your school by the MIC Student Recruitment Officer, Dr Patrick Cosgrove, or local career fairs in your area.
See www.mic.ul.ie for information on MIC, programmes and facilities.
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On the Day
When you arrive, take a few minutes to look at the schedule and plan your day accordingly. Further information on this is detailed throughout the website.
Travel & Transport
Both MIC campuses in Limerick and Thurles are easily accessible by road and public transport.
While the October Open Days is when Mary Immaculate College receives the most visitors for this type of event, there are plenty of other opportunities to get a taste of all that MIC has to offer you with other Open Days, Information Sessions and Taster Days throughout the year.