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MISU Referendum Results.

The results of the MISU Referendum.

 

MISU Referendum

The following referendum was called on Thursday 1st of February 2018. It was called by the MISU Executive Team and approved by Union Council. The Referendum concerns MISU Constitutional changes with proposed additions and amendments that will improve how we run and improve your college experience. As the MISU Constitution is a set of rules made by the students of Mary I that tells MISU how to do its job, we need your permission to change them!

Voting takes place Thursday February 15th between 8.30am and 6.30pm on the Limerick campus and 10am to 11am on the Thurles campus.

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Road Safety Alert - Yellow Weather Warning for snow

5 February 2018: The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is advising all road users to take extra care when using the roads today and for much of Tuesday as Met Éireann has issued a yellow weather warning for snow.

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Teach English in Spain this Summer

Teach English in Spain this Summer –

... an opportunity to gain valuable TEFL experience in the beautiful Spanish countryside

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Congratulations to Marie Farrell, 2nd year BA student who has been selected to receive a prestigious DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) scholarship! This award allows her to travel to the University of Munich (LMU) this summer to take part in a four-week summer course. Marie, who is from Millstreet, Co. Cork, already enjoyed German as a subject at secondary level, and participated in an after-school initiative introducing local pre-school children to German as a foreign language. Marie has excelled in German Studies in her first two years at MIC. Apart from her passion for foreign languages, literatures and cultures, she has a great interest in theatre studies, her third subject, and hopes to combine both in her future career. We would like to wish her the best of luck in her studies.

Read the full publication on the MIC website here.