Marino Institute of Education

Marino Institute of Education is a third level college, established in 1904 by the Congregation of Christian Brothers, whose founder was Blessed Edmund Rice.
It offers the following four-year undergraduate programmes; Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.), Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Education Studies, and Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Early Childhood Education. It also offers a two year Professional Master of Education (Primary). All are awarded by Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin.
Edmund Rice’s radical intervention in Irish history was based on his central philosophical tenet that education is a prerequisite to the attainment of full human dignity. We believe that this educational experience can only reach its full potential where religious values permeate the curriculum, relationships and ethos of the College.
Marino Institute of Education is located on Griffith Avenue on land that originally formed part of the estate of the Charlemont family.
The Institute has magnificent buildings and beautiful grounds which include on-campus accommodation and extensive parking facilities. Blending old and new, the campus offers a unique and peaceful setting for the pursuit of third-level studies. The student residence block was completed in 2005 while Nagle-Rice Hall was officially opened in November 2006.