MIC Hybrid Open Day

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You are invited to attend the MIC Hybrid Open Day on 29 April 2022.

The day will combine information stands and student-led on-campus tours with virtual programme talks that can be viewed online whenever suits prospective students.

The on-campus tours take place between 9.30am-12.30pm.

MIC Hybrid Open Day

MIC Student Recruitment Officer, Dr Patrick Cosgrove said, In advance of the CAO Change of Mind deadline (1 July), and after two years of restricted access, we are delighted to give this year’s CAO applicants, parents/guardians, teachers and guidance counsellors, the opportunity to view our exceptional Limerick Campus. Attendees will be able to explore our excellent teaching, student and sporting facilities guided by current students. For those who cannot travel to the event our interactive virtual campus tour can be taken at any time and the online programme talks can be viewed by prospective students at a time and place that suits them – making this event truly accessible to all.”

Key support staff will be available to answer queries about accommodation, the admissions process, financial assistance and much more.

Regardless of the degree you choose to study at the College you will enjoy a unique student experience.

President of MIC, Professor Eugene Wall said, “MIC is an exciting prospect for a college applicant, offering a broad range of programmes in Education and the Liberal Arts across two campuses (Limerick and Thurles). A distinctive aspect of student life at the College is our emphasis on providing our students with a range of appropriate supports that respond to their growing multiple and diverse needs, thus creating a learning environment which is multi-faceted, supportive and student-centered. A wide range of services, supports, innovations and initiatives demonstrate MIC’s strong commitment to student life.”

MIC Bachelor of Arts graduate Scott Fitzgerald said: “I decided to study German as a part of my degree at MIC as I had a prior knowledge of the language from secondary school and was particularly interested in German culture in general. I feel that one of the best things about studying German at MIC is the close relationships that can be built between the lecturers and fellow students. The classes are smaller than usual and that allows for active participation and extra support if anything is unclear. Another opportunity offered by the department is the chance to study abroad for third year. I took part in the Erasmus+ programme and studied in Augsburg for my off-campus year. This was an experience of a lifetime where not only did I improve my language level, but also met and became friends with people from all over the world.” .

Register here.

Steven Galvin

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