Mary Immaculate College, Limerick
Mary Immaculate College was founded in 1898 and is a university-level College of Education and the Liberal Arts, academically linked with the University of Limerick. The College now has a student population of 3800, enrolled in undergraduate programmes for B.Ed. and BA degrees, and in a range of postgraduate programmes at Diploma, MA and Ph.D. level.
One of the main characteristics of Mary Immaculate College is the emphasis it places on providing a relaxed and harmonious environment in which to study. The College actively encourages and cultivates an informal atmosphere, friendly rapport between students and staff, concern for the individual student and a warm welcome for new students from Ireland and abroad.
Mary Immaculate College Entry Requirements 2017
For information on minimum entry requirements, log on to the Admissions section of the Mary Immaculate College website.
How HEAR offers are made
Information on the method of selecting eligible HEAR students for the reduced points places is available at: http://www.mic.ul.ie/adminservices/studentservices/Pages/hear.aspx
Information on the number of reduced points places per course available in MIC is available at: http://www.mic.ul.ie/adminservices/studentservices/Documents/2016%20MIC%20DARE%20-%20HEAR%20PLACES.pdf
For information on DARE at MIC:
Contact details of the HEAR advisor
Maura Moore, Access & Disability Officer
T: 061 204927