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Experience College Life at MIC with 2 Taster Days

MIC Campus, Limerick Taster Sessions

  • Date/Time: 11am-1pm Friday, 22nd April 2016
  • Location: Tara Building, MIC Campus, Limerick

To Register email: patrick.cosgrove@mic.ul.ie

MIC, St. Patrick’s Campus, Thurles Taster Day

  • Date/Time: 10.30am Saturday 23rd of April 2016
  • Location: MIC, St. Patrick’s Campus, Thurles

To register email: paula.hourigan@mic.ul.ie

These events will provide you with a great opportunity to attend taster lectures, tour the campus and experience college life at MIC.

Thus giving you greater insight when making your final decision on what programmes to include on your CAO Application form.

NB* Attendance for both events is by registration only. In registering for the MIC Campus, Limerick Taster Sessions please remember to state which programme session you wish to attend. For those interested in the Liberal Arts Programmes please specify which subjects you would be interested in hearing more about.

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