Mary Immaculate College open day takes place on Saturday, 23 January between 11am and 1pm in the Tara Building on the MIC Limerick campus.
On the day there will be a chance to talk to current MIC students, faculty and staff and an opportunity to tour the campus and the state-of-the-art facilities. There will also be a chance to learn about programme content, career options and to find out what else college life has to offer including all about the college’s wide range of clubs and societies.
As well as programme stands, there will be individual talks on MIC’s nine undergraduate programmes including the new BA in Contemporary and Applied Theatre Studies and the four secondary school teaching programmes on the MIC St Patrick’s Campus, Thurles. MIC St Patrick’s Campus, Thurles offers four concurrent degree programmes that are designed to prepare students to become second-level teachers. The programmes include BA in Education, Business Studies and Accounting, BA in Education, Business Studies and Religious Studies, BA in Education, Irish and Religious Studies, BA in Education, Irish and Business studies.
In addition attendees will be able to learn more about the College’s established programmes in Education and the Liberal Arts, as well as a wide range of Continuing Professional Development offerings for teachers and numerous postgraduate opportunities to Masters and PhD level.
Incase you are not yet convinced to attend the Mary Immaculate College open day 2016, here is just one more reason; The Lime Tree Theatre is situated on the rapidly expanding campus of Mary Immaculate College which offers a wide range of programmes in Education and the Liberal Arts at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. The Lime Tree Theatre is a state-of-the-art 510 seat theatre, situated on the campus of Mary Immaculate College in Limerick city centre. Officially opened in October 2012, the venue hosts a wide range of performances, including theatre, music, comedy, traditional arts, schools’ performances and conferences. As a large scale theatre, it is a significant organisation within the national cultural infrastructure and, most especially to the cultural, social and economic life of Limerick and the mid-west. So
Currently, over 3,000 students are engaged in studies at MIC and you can check out their experiences on the official MIC webpage.
The Open Day will be of particular interest to Leaving Certificate Students, mature students and those interested in postgraduate studies.
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