Mary Immaculate College (MIC) realises that financial support structures for students undertaking postgraduate research at our college are critical in attracting world-class students to our campus. To this end, MIC offers numerous forms of financial support to postgraduate researchers including a Doctoral Award (PhD in Arts or Education), an MIC Doctoral Studentship, an MIC Postgraduate Award, numerous departmental Assistantships, Presidents Scholarships and Special Awards.
Students pursuing research postgraduate degrees in Arts or Education are eligible to apply for MIC awards. These are available on a competitive basis and at the discretion of the College.
Typically, awards provide a subsistence bursary for the normal registration period of benefiting students, and in some cases also off-set tuition fees.
More information on MIC Awards and Assistantships and how to apply for same can be found here.
For more information on financial support schemes to postgraduate reserachers at MIC please click here.
By following this link you can access the College Research Repository & Digital Archive, which contains academic publications, postgraduate theses and research archive collections. We are continuing to build and populate MIRR, so please come back regularly to consult the up-dated holdings.
For more information on MIRR please go here.
Moodle is your Virtual Learning Environment to support teaching and learning in Mary Immaculate College. Your lecturer will give you the enrolment key to allow you access their course. You only need to provide this enrolment key the first time you enter the course. My Moodle page you will find a link to the courses you have enrolled on. My home is your private space in Moodle, for you to customise.
Click here to go to Moodle.
For more information about the MIC Postgraduate Fees and Supports Strategy Sept 1st 2017-August 31st 2021 for postgraduate researchers please click here.
MIC Research and Graduate School is committed to ensuring that members of faculty who wish to chair viva voce panels or to act as internal examiners of doctoral submissions have completed the necessary CPD training..