Marino Institute of Education, is a College of Education affiliated with Trinity College, Dublin. It is located on Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9. MIE is focused on providing education courses. Degrees and Diplomas are awarded by Trinity College, Dublin. Marino Institute of Education is a unique third-level education environment. At MIE, students and staff are members of a dynamic teaching and learning community who support one another in the service of a common mission. This mission expresses the tradition of care through education established by Edmund Rice. The Marino Institute of Education comprises the College of Education, the Conference Centre and other Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and support services. Research and review inform our programmes and initiatives at MIE. We enjoy a long tradition in teacher education and are committed to quality and excellence in all areas of Institute life. Our grounds and buildings offer an attractive and inspirational environment for study, work, and for conference and training participants.HistoryIn 1831 the residence of the Superior General of the Irish Christian Brothers and the centre of teacher training was moved to North Richmond Street Dublin from Our Lady’s Mount in Cork. In 1874 the residence of the Superior General of the Irish Christian Brothers was transferred to Belvedere House in Drumcondra now the President’s House in St Patrick's College of Education. In 1881, the Congregation moved to Marino House, on the original Lord Charlemont demesne. In 1900 the foundation stone was laid for a new Generalate, called St Mary's, and this is still the main building on the College campus today. St Mary's building was completed, and opened, in 1904.
Marino Institute of Education, Griffith Avenue
Call: 01 805 7700