In order to make the best use of your time on campus prospective students should try attend a presentation on a programme that you are interested in, engage with the information stands and ask any questions that you may have, and take a campus tour to explore the campus and our facilities.
When you arrive, take a few minutes to look at the schedule that will be available in due course and plan your day accordingly. Further information on this is detailed on this section and throughout the website.
There will be Taster Lectures delivered at both the MIC Thurles Student Experience Day and the MIC Limerick Taster Sessions.
The lectures will give you a flavour of what it is like to be a student at MIC. These lectures allow prospective students to get an insight into programme content.
Schedules coming soon.
MIC students, academic staff and professional services staff will be on hand to answer your questions about our undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes, facilities and supports that we offer.
Throughout both events, our Student Ambassadors will lead guided tours of the campuses and facilities.
The guides are current students and can answer questions about student life here at MIC. Tours typically last 20-25 minutes.
There are 190 car parking spaces and a number of bus parking bays at MIC Limerick. Visitor parking is accessed from the Courtbrack Avenue entrance to the College.
On Open Days, due to the limited number of bus bays and the regular buses running between the three college campuses in Limerick, drivers may have to park off-site until they are picking up their groups.
The first barrier-accessed carpark on the left is free parking; the second barrier-accessed carpark after the roundabout is €3 per day. Bus bays are on the main approach (past the first barrier-accessed capark) on both sides of the road. There is no visitor parking available on weekdays by driving in the South Circular Road entrance to MIC.
There is an abundance of parking onsite at MIC Thurles.
Food & Drink
MISU Siopa: Located on the lowest level of the TARA building, the shop has a variety of hot and cold snacks and beverages i.e. tea, coffee, sandwiches as well as a large range of confectionary. It also sells newspapers, stationary, arts & crafts supplies, books and some grocery staples.
College Restaurant: The College’s main eatery in the Foundation Building serves breakfast and lunch/dinner on weekdays. It provides a range of hot and cold meal options and snacks. There is also a Starbucks Coffee outlet located here, which serves both food and beverages.
At the Open Day, tea/coffee will be available throughout the event.
The MIC Limerick campus is accessible to wheelchairs and people with limited mobility. Buildings are equipped with elevators, disabled toilets and automatic doors. There are also a number of disabled car parking spaces available. The TARA Building has the only ‘Changing Places’ bathroom outside of Dublin; this accessible bathroom has a hoist and shower facilities.
If you have questions about accessibility, Access/Disability Officer Maura Moore is available on +353 61 204927 / Maura.Moore@mic.ul.ie.
- Information Stands
- Campus Tours