MTU Societies Win Two Board Of Irish College Societies Awards

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MTU students in their finery at the BIC awards in Wexford on Thursday night.

MUNSTER Technological University Societies came out as winners at this year’s Board of Irish College Societies (BICS) Awards taking home two awards.

Over 300 students attended the 2022 BICS awards ceremony last night which took place at the Clayton Whites Hotel, Wexford.

Representing MTU, there were students from a vast variety of societies such as BANG FM, Manga Anime & Games, Civil & Structural, Board Games & Pool, NAG Nursing & Agricultural Students and of course winners Women in STEM & Programming Societies.

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After an in-depth application process involving an application form, a portfolio and interview; Munster Technological University excelled in two categories:

• Best Society (Charity / Civic) Small College – MTU Women in STEM Society

• Best Society (Departmental) Small College – MTU Programming Society

MTU students flying the flag for the University at the BIC awards.

Societies Officers Kevin Ross (Kerry Campus) and Aoife Kelliher (Cork Campus) both expressed how societies have had a great year and the accolades at the National BICS Awards are a testament to their excellence.

BICS is a national organisation that was founded in 1995 and whose role is to provide a national forum for the societies in Ireland’s Universities, Colleges and Institutes of Education.

BICS continues to grow, and they now have 18 colleges, 742 societies with 50,000+ students represented across Ireland.


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