Monday January 20, 2020

How to prosper as a postgrad

MIC’s PhD scholars and postgraduates go on to become leading figures in academia, industry and business

13th March, 2016
According to Prof Jim Deegan, Head of the Graduate School, MIC: ‘ Today, MIC graduates are challenging some of the big questions in the world and providing innovative responses in areas such as literacy and numeracy, justice and social equality, language, culture and heritage.’ From left: President of MIC Professor Michael A Hayes; Professor Jim Deegan, Head of the Graduate School, MIC; and Olivier Ernest, MIC at the 2015 Limerick Postgraduate Research Conference held in MIC

Graduate education is a key strategic feature of Mary Immaculate College’s (MIC) mission to foster the intellectual, spiritual, and professional development of students through excellence in research, teaching and learning in a range of disciplines.

MIC has for many years provided a suite of diverse postgraduate programmes in the areas of the Liberal Arts and Education, including the MA in Language and Literature, the Master of Education (MEd), the Professional Master of Education...

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