Keystone College forms academic partnership with Mary Immaculate College in Ireland


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Keystone College announced an academic partnership with Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, Ireland. From left: Ward Roe, Keystone Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences; Shirley Michaels, Director of Keystone’s Study Abroad Program; Holly Cowman, Director of the International Office at Mary Immaculate College; Dr. Karen Yarrish, Keystone Vice President for Academic Affairs; and Dr. Fran Langan, Keystone Dean of the School of Professional Studies.


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LA PLUME — Keystone College established a new academic partnership with Mary Immaculate College in Limerick, Ireland.

The agreement enables Keystone students to study a wide variety of courses at Mary Immaculate for either a semester or a full academic year and receive credit for their coursework at Keystone.

Founded in 1898, Mary Immaculate College offers academic programs involving education, liberal arts, early childhood care, and theater studies. With an enrollment of more than 3,000 students, the school notes that it educates about 40 percent of Ireland’s primary school teachers.

In addition to receiving a quality educational experience, international students have the benefit of experiencing Irish culture and lifestyle with the help of a comprehensive orientation program and continued staff support.

Keystone College announced an academic partnership with Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, Ireland. From left: Ward Roe, Keystone Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences; Shirley Michaels, Director of Keystone’s Study Abroad Program; Holly Cowman, Director of the International Office at Mary Immaculate College; Dr. Karen Yarrish, Keystone Vice President for Academic Affairs; and Dr. Fran Langan, Keystone Dean of the School of Professional Studies.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_ABJ-KEY-Ireland.jpgKeystone College announced an academic partnership with Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, Ireland. From left: Ward Roe, Keystone Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences; Shirley Michaels, Director of Keystone’s Study Abroad Program; Holly Cowman, Director of the International Office at Mary Immaculate College; Dr. Karen Yarrish, Keystone Vice President for Academic Affairs; and Dr. Fran Langan, Keystone Dean of the School of Professional Studies. Submitted photo

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