Research at MIC
Research at MIC
Mary Immaculate College (MIC) embraces and supports academic research at the highest level in its core fields of Education and Humanities. We assist staff and students to conduct original research, to engage in scholarship and creative innovation, and to publish the results of their work in writing and through academic conference presentations worldwide.
A Message from the Associate Vice-President of Research
The research experience for staff and postgraduate researchers at our College encompasses understanding of knowledge creation, the research process and research methods, and their application in educational, economic, social and global contexts.
These are skills of the here and now, and these are the skills most acutely required among the graduates of the 21st century. These are the skills we aspire to in our graduates, and these are the skills we seek to imbue among all students of the College.
We have a modern research support infrastructure that underpins our research vision and strategy. Through research and knowledge transfer, Mary Immaculate College contributes to the Irish economy and Irish society, as well as to the quality of life at local, regional, national and international levels.
I hope you find the information here helpful and that you are encouraged to contact our team at the Research & Graduate School who will be delighted to engage with you.
MIC has a modern research support infrastructure that underpins our research vision and strategy.