Section 8 of the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act 2014 requires FOI bodies such as Mary Immaculate College (MIC) to prepare and publish as much information as possible in an open and accessible manner on a routine basis outside of FOI, having regard to the principles of openness, transparency and accountability as set out in Sections 8(5) and 11(3) of the Act. This allows for the publication or giving of records outside of FOI provided that such publication or giving of access is not prohibited by law.
The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform has published a model publication scheme which commits FOI bodies to make information available as part of their normal business activities in accordance with this scheme.
Please find MIC’s FOI Publication Scheme on the tabs to the right. Each tab leads to a page comprising relevant information in the category as well as links to relevant information on this website.
General Information about MIC
Mary Immaculate College, founded in 1898, is a University-level College of Education and the Liberal Arts, academically linked with the University of Limerick. The College is a multi-campus institution, with a student population of close to 5,000 students enrolled in undergraduate programmes in Primary and Post-Primary Education, Liberal Arts and Early Childhood Care and Education, as well as a range of postgraduate programmes at Diploma, MA and PhD levels.
- About MIC
- Roles, Responsibilities and Functions
- Governance at MIC
- MIC Senior Management
- Governing Authority
- MIC Strategic Plan
- MIC Annual Reports
- MIC Pay Scales
- Locations and contact details for the organisation
- Details of Service Level Agreements/Memoranda of Understanding
- Customer Charter
- Codes of Practice or Guidelines
Information on Services Provided
MIC and its constituent offices, departments, etc. perform a very wide range of functions and provide numerous services to students and staff. Details of these functions and services can be found on the MIC Website.
Please find below links to details of the primary services that MIC offers to students and visitors.
MIC has a rich history of innovation and pioneering activity in teaching and learning as the first College of Education to be established outside Dublin, the first to offer a Liberal Arts programme and the first to produce both a Bachelor of Education degree in Education & Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Care & Education.
MIC offers a wide range of programmes in Education and the Liberal Arts at both undergraduate and postgraduate level and over 5,000 students are engaged in studies here.
- Undergraduate Studies
- Postgraduate Studies
- Mature Students
- International Students
- Professional Development Programmes
- Lifelong Learning Programmes
Visitor and Events Services
Review or Appeal Rights
Review and appeal rights in respect of students enrolled at MIC are contained in the MIC Student Handbook.
Information on Decision-Making Processes
For all current tender competitions on the eTenders website, click here.
FOI Disclosure Log
The Freedom of Information Act 2014 requires Freedom of Information (FOI) bodies such as Mary Immaculate College to publish a disclosure log, which contains details of the types of requests received under FOI since January 2015 and the decisions made by the body in response to those requests.
Disclosures are listed in order of the date the request was received by MIC. Please note that, for privacy reasons, identifying information such as the name of the requester is not included in the disclosure log.
Information held by the body which is sought regularly
Feeder Schools of new entrant undergraduate students admitted each year. This information is routinely provided by MIC outside of the FOI Act and is sent from Strategic Communications & Marketing annually on request.
- Publication Scheme
- General Information about MIC
- Information on Services Provided
- Information on Decision-Making Processes
- Financial Information
- Procurement Information
- FOI Disclosure Log