Carnaval at MIC
Posted: 10 March, 2019
Mary Immaculate College, Limerick has forged a range of collaborations with Brazil over the last few years particularly in the area of the professional upskilling of teachers.
In a few months time MIC will welcome the top 30 teachers in Brazil who will pursue a one-year Graduate Diploma in Mentoring & Leadership in Education at the college. Read more
Further recognition of the Brazilian presence in Limerick was given this week with the hosting of a MIC Carnaval event at which Gerry O’Sullivan and Mary Dunne of the HEA were invited guests.
Photo caption: Gerry O’Sullivan (HEA), Sarah Power (MIC), Kenneth Henry (MIC), Maggie McHugh (MIC), Mateus Miranda (Government of Ireland International Education PhD Scholarship recipient from Brazil), Mary Dunne (HEA), Breeda Cahill (MIC) and Alison Ryan (MIC).