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Useful Information

Information for Teachers/Guidance Counsellors

Schools Outreach Programme
Schools Outreach Programme
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School Presentations

Each year more and more Career Guidance Counsellors are recognising the benefit of providing their transition year, fifth year and sixth year students with the opportunity to speak with a representative from Mary Immaculate College. Students gain an insight into the College's range of programmes, as well as the subject choices and career prospects related to them, and they also get to ask any questions they may have about student life at MIC.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently only offering online school presentations. If you would like to arrange a school presentation, please contact our Student Recruitment Officer, Dr Patrick Cosgrove.

Contact
Student Recruitment Officer
Dr Patrick Cosgrove
+353 61 774775 

Career Fairs

You will also find the MIC Student Recruitment Team at career fairs across the country once such events are permitted to go ahead in accordance with public health guidelines. 

Career Fairs are an excellent opportunity to learn more about MIC and bag some free MIC merchandise.

Career Fairs & Open Days
Career Fairs & Open Days
An excellent opportunity to 'bag' lots of information about MIC

Campus Tours

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently not offering campus tours. However, you can tour our campuses in Limerick and Thurles virtually. 

Follow our student tour guides, Aisling, James, Ciara and Philip, as they show you around MIC and give you an insight into student life, both on and off campus. 

Begin your virtual tour here 

Aerial view of MIC's Limerick campus
Virtual Tour
Explore our campuses in Limerick and Thurles

Information for Parents/Guardians

"We take our duty of care to students very seriously here at MIC and we want our students to leave the College having benefitted from academic programmes and student supports which prepare them fully for professional life in the 21st century." - Professor Niamh Hourigan, Vice-President of Academic Affairs

Ask us Anything
Ask us Anything
Our lecturers & support staff are available to answer your questions

Each year MIC welcomes over 1,000 new first year students. MIC’s exceptional student retention rate shows that the majority of these students are happy with their choice. The reason for this exemplary retention rate? In the main it can be attributed to our student centric ethos, highly supportive atmosphere and extensive range of support services.

However, the college journey, while exciting for most students, can be daunting for some. The MIC website is an invaluable resource on all aspects of college life where you will find lots of information on everything from Student Supports to Scholarships and Accommodation to Fees, Charges and Grants.

See www.mic.ie for more

Campus Tours

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently not offering campus tours. However, you can tour our campuses in Limerick and Thurles virtually. 

Follow our student tour guides, Aisling, James, Ciara and Philip, as they show you around MIC and give you an insight into student life, both on and off campus. 

Begin your virtual tour here 

Aerial view of MIC's Limerick campus
Virtual Tour
Explore our campuses in Limerick and Thurles

Undergraduate Prospectus

In the MIC Undergraduate Prospectus you will find lots of information about our undergraduate degree programmes, as well as a selection of student testimonials. You'll also find specific details about entry requirements, scholarships and student supports, along with information about on-campus facilities and extra-curricular activities.



Request a Prospectus

If you would like a copy of the MIC Undergraduate Prospectus, please email our Student Recruitment Officer, Dr Patrick Cosgrove, at the email address below. 

Contact
Student Recruitment Officer
Dr Patrick Cosgrove
+353 61 774775

Students' Union (MISU)

Mary I Students’ Union (MISU) is the representative body of students within Mary Immaculate College. The Students' Union is all about giving students a voice, helping them to use it, and enriching their college experience. MISU provides support, advice and representation for its members, and also helps new students to settle into college life.

MISU also facilitates extra-curricular activities for students and offers a broad selection of clubs and societies for students to join, spanning the arts, culture, entertainment, education, sports, welfare and charity. The SU also organises many students events throughout the year, such as Orientation and Freshers' Week entertainments, as well as club nights and gigs during semester.

See www.misu.ie for more

MIC's Students' Union
MIC's Students' Union
Giving students a voice

Stay Up to Date

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Stay Connected with MIC
Stay Connected with MIC
Follow us on social media to stay up to date

Getting Here

Limerick Campus

MIC Limerick is located between the South Circular Road and the Dock Road in the leafy southern suburbs of Limerick City.

The campus is just a 15 minute walk from Limerick's main bus and rail terminus, Colbert Train and Bus Station. From there, regular Irish Rail and Bus Éireann services conveniently connect Limerick to towns and cities throughout Ireland, including Dublin, Cork, Tralee, Killarney, Ennis, Tipperary, Waterford, Galway, Westport and (via Dublin) Belfast and Sligo. 

It is also easily accessible from all major routes, being just minutes away from the Dock Road entrance to the Southern Link Road and Limerick Tunnel, which connect all national roads coming into Limerick (N18 Ennis Rd, N69 Foynes, N20/N21 Cork/Kerry, N24 Tipperary and N7 Dublin).

Find the campus on Google Maps; via Loc-8 code or using Eircode, V94 VN26.

See www.mic.ie for more

MIC Limerick
MIC Limerick
Located a short walk from the social and cultural buzz of Limerick City centre

Thurles Campus

MIC Thurles is located on Cathedral Street in the heart of Thurles Town. The entrance is located directly across from the Cathedral of the Assumption.

The College is just over 10 minutes' walk from Thurles Train Station while regular buses stop in the town centre. See Irish Rail and Bus Éireann for details on services to towns and cities throughout Ireland. 

The M8 motorway connects Thurles to Cork and Dublin (via the N75 and N62). The N62 also connects the town to the midlands and Limerick (via the R445 and M7). 

Find the campus on Google Maps or using Eircode, E41 C424.

See www.mic.ie for more

MIC Thurles
MIC Thurles
Situated right at the heart of Thurles Town
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