Why study at Mary Immaculate College Limerick?
Mary Immaculate College (MIC), founded in 1898, is Ireland’s leading university-level College of Education and Liberal Arts, educating 40% of the country’s primary school teachers.
MIC has a growing and diverse community of 5000 students, who are enrolled in undergraduate programmes in Education, Liberal Arts, Theatre Studies and Early Childhood Care & Education, as well as in a range of postgraduate programmes to PhD level.
MIC graduates are found at the top level of many sectors nationally and internationally, most notably in education, the media, psychology, linguistics and public policy development
You will receive a warm welcome to MIC’s accessible, friendly campus, with superb, modern facilities with on-campus accommodation, in the heart of the beautiful, riverside city of Limerick
The College provides a comprehensive orientation for international students, with ongoing staff support throughout your stay and an active International Students’ Society to ensure you see as much of Ireland as possible during your time here.