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Mary Immaculate College

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Mary Immaculate College

 
Established:1898
Address:South Circular Road, Limerick
Tel:+353 61 774787
Email:Holly.cowman@mic.ul.ie
Websitewww.mic.ul.ie

Why study at Mary Immaculate College Limerick?

  1. Academic excellence: MIC has an outstanding reputation for the quality of our graduates in Education and the Liberal Arts. We are the leading College of Education in Ireland and we have a thriving Arts Faculty, with expertise across a range of subjects, including English literature, French Studies, Geography, German Studies, Irish Language, Irish Heritage Studies, History, Mathematics, Media & Communication Studies, Music, Philosophy, Psychology and Theology & Religious Studies.
  2. State-of-the-art Campus in a great location: MIC is a safe and friendly campus set on 25 acres of parkland in a beautiful residential neighbourhood of Limerick, Ireland’s third-largest city. Limerick, which was founded as a Viking fortress in the 10th Century and is steeped in history and tradition, has been designated as Ireland’s first National City of Culture, 2014. Having completed a major campus development plan, and having succeeded in the creation of a truly world-class campus, MIC is ready! With our new 510-seat Lime Tree Theatre, we are already taking an active part in celebrating the Gathering 2013, a series of events and festivals to celebrate Irish culture, history and genealogy.
  3. Easy access to nearby Shannon Airport: MIC is within 15 minutes of Shannon International Airport, which provides direct scheduled flights to all major international airports. This makes it an obvious choice for international students in terms of convenient travel to and from home.
  4. Excellent base for sightseeing – MIC is an ideal starting point from which to explore all of Ireland’s top tourist attractions, including nearby Bunratty Castle, the Burren, the soaring Cliffs of Moher, the Aran Islands, vibrant towns and villages and long stretches of stunning coastline. It’s also an easy point of departure for excursions further afield to the United Kingdom and continental Europe. Our active International Students’ Society organises a great schedule of social events and excursions to places of interest.
  5. Opportunity to study Irish Culture and Heritage: Coming to study at MIC appeals to those who want to find out more about Irish culture and those who want the scope to explore their Irish roots, while taking specialised modules in Irish Heritage Studies, Irish Language for Beginners.


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