Plan Your Visit
When is the next MIC event?
The MIC Virtual Open Day will take place on 27 October. You can register for the event here.
In addition, prospective students interested in post-primary teaching at MIC will also have the opportunity to visit our Thurles campus in-person on 6 November. You can register for the event here.
Take a Virtual Tour
While it might not be possible to visit both of our campuses in person due to COVID-19 restrictions, we have developed an interactive virtual tour so you can explore our campuses in your own time.
Follow our student tour guides, Aisling, James, Ciara and Philip, as they show you around the beautiful buildings on campus. Take a peek inside the lecture halls, chill-out spaces and sporting facilities, discover more about our programmes, and check out the many supports we offer students to assist them throughout their third-level journey.
Getting to MIC Limerick
MIC Limerick is located between the South Circular Road and the Dock Road in the leafy southern suburbs of Limerick City.
The campus is just a 15 minute walk from Limerick's main bus and rail terminus, Colbert Train and Bus Station. From there, regular Irish Rail and Bus Éireann services conveniently connect Limerick to towns and cities throughout Ireland, including Dublin, Cork, Tralee, Killarney, Ennis, Tipperary, Waterford, Galway, Westport and (via Dublin) Belfast and Sligo.
It is also easily accessible from all major routes, being just minutes away from the Dock Road entrance to the Southern Link Road and Limerick Tunnel, which connect all national roads coming into Limerick (N18 Ennis Rd, N69 Foynes, N20/N21 Cork/Kerry, N24 Tipperary and N7 Dublin).
Getting to MIC Thurles
MIC Thurles is located on Cathedral Street in the heart of Thurles Town. The entrance is located directly across from the Cathedral of the Assumption.
The College is just over 10 minutes' walk from Thurles Train Station while regular buses stop in the town centre. See Irish Rail and Bus Éireann for details on services to towns and cities throughout Ireland.
The M8 motorway connects Thurles to Cork and Dublin (via the N75 and N62). The N62 also connects the town to the midlands and Limerick (via the R445 and M7).