Research at MIC
Mary Immaculate College encourages, assists and provides practical support to faculty members and postgraduate research students to help them conceptualise and conduct original research, scholarship and inventive project work. Their research is both of intrinsic academic value in itself, and also of service to their academic fields, disciplines and communities of professional practice, as well as society at large. Both professional and student researchers are incentivised to promote and disseminate impactful research and to collaborate and reciprocate with others so as to contribute to local-global knowledge and further build our academic profile and reputation.
Research & Graduate School
The Research & Graduate School, located on the MIC John Henry Newman Campus, provides specialist research supports and professional development training for faculty and postgraduate researchers. Academically and professionally, the RGS complements the work and expertise of MIC faculties, departments and research institutes. It supports the research community in areas such as research funding, ethical decision-making and research integrity, research engagement, data management, research impact, and research exchange, publication, and dissemination.