In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, MIC has made a special effort to reach out to prospective students online. Below you can watch our Student Experience Virtual Sessions, which were held in June, to see what our students and graduates have to say about studying at MIC.
BA in Contemporary & Applied Theatre Studies
In the below virtual session, first-year student Callum chats about his experience of studying on the BA in Contemporary and Applied Theatre Studies (MI001) at MIC Limerick. Callum discusses programme content, student productions and the excellent facilities, such as the Lime Tree Theatre, which are available for BA CATS students.
Bachelor of Arts
In the below virtual sessions, current students and graduates of the Bachelor of Arts (MI002) at MIC Limerick chat about the subject choices available on this wide-ranging undergraduate degree programme, as well as the many opportunities to work, travel and study abroad. Students and graduates also discuss career pathways and postgraduate options available upon graduation.
BA in Early Childhood Care & Education
In the below virtual session, MIC student Brian shares his experience of studying on the BA in Early Childhood Care and Education (MI007) at MIC Limerick. In addition to discussing programme content and placement opportunities, Brian also chats about his pathway to third-level and the excellent supports available at MIC for students with disabilities or learning difficulties.
In the below virtual session, MIC students give an overview of what to expect when you choose to study primary teaching at our Limerick campus. Maireád shares her experience of studying primary teaching with psychology on the B Ed in Education and Psychology (MI008), Cathal chats about on-campus study and school placement on the Bachelor of Education (MI005/MI006), while Stephen discusses the study abroad opportunities available on the B Ed - International (MI004).
In the below virtual session, MIC students share their experience of studying post-primary teaching at our Thurles campus. They chat about the close-knit community on-campus, the supportive learning environment, school placement opportunities and the social side of student life in Thurles town.