Alumni Benefits

Campus access

*All alumni are allowed access to the campus and avail of use of the equipment, services and activities offered by 'The HUB' sports facility by:

  1. Presenting their alumni ID card
  2. Constantly checking emails and the newsletter for updates on operating hours

**Library services - The alumni ID card can also be used to access the study spaces at the Avicenna Library and Learning Resource Centre (LRC) provided a communication from RCSI Bahrain Alumni Office is received to confirm availability.

*If you require access to the campus and are not in possession of an Alumni ID card, please contact with your full name, student ID number and a headshot to request a card.

**Study spaces will be available to alumni in the Winter and Summer breaks during regular working hours. Email to confirm dates and times for availability.

Email for Life

Upon graduation, all RCSI Bahrain alumni can keep access to their student email address, provided they continue to update passwords when required. With this, graduates can retain contacts with classmates and academics, as well as any logins to portals or websites they may have used as students such as the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and Microsoft Office 365®.

If your password has expired or you are having difficulty accessing your RCSI Bahrain email address, please contact

Discounts on Postgraduate Courses and Scholarships

The following discount is open to all existing RCSI Bahrain BSc in Nursing graduates who may be interested in undertaking a postgraduate programme hosted by the University.

  • MSc in Nursing (20% discount)

MSc in Nursing Scholarship – launched in 2021, the programme is exclusively offered to graduates of RCSI Bahrain’s BSc in Nursing programme, with the aim of recognising and rewarding the significant contributions of our alumni to the healthcare sector.

If you wish to receive more information about the programme, discounts or scholarship, please email us at

Bahrain Alumni E-News

The monthly RCSI Bahrain ‘Alumni eNews’ is designed specifically in the interest of our graduates, featuring news on upcoming events, campus updates and alumni opportunities, alongside interviews and more. If you are not receiving the newsletter or other regular updates, or if you would like to share your feedback, news or ideas on what you would like to see featured in upcoming editions, please do not hesitate to contact

Career Development and Guidance

Regardless of what stage of their careers our graduates are at, the Careers and Alumni Office is ready to provide career advice and support. Aside from offering one-to-one consultations, we also provide access to licensing exam resources and interview preparation support.

To engage with a careers advisor or to find out more about the supports on offer, please contact us at and we will connect you with a Careers Team member.

Royal Society of Medicine Membership

The Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) is a registered charity and membership organisation with a vision to better healthcare for better lives. RCSI Bahrain currently covers the fees for the RSM membership to Medicine students in the Senior Cycle as well as graduates in their internship or Foundation Year 1 training level. As a RSM member, you get access to wider healthcare communities and networks as well as educational, research and networking resources and events.

To learn more about the RSM please click here.  

To join the RSM please click here

Dr Faateh Khan, RCSI Bahrain Graduate Class of 2021 and Foundation Year 2 Doctor at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in the United Kingdom said the following about his RSM membership:

"The membership with the Royal Society of Medicine provides a wealth of resources for medical students and junior doctors alike. Their regular newsletters provide details on various courses in different specialties, many of which are free for members to attend, as well as entry to writing competitions with modest cash prizes. These are invaluable for pursuing personal interests, professional development, completing portfolios and boosting CVs. I most recently attended one of their lecture series on adapting to being a junior doctor and approaching acute medical presentations in a typical NHS setting, which I found very informative and well-presented. In addition, the membership provides access to a multitude of medical journals and databases, grants entry to their stylish hotel and library in central London, as well as provides discounts with their partner companies on a variety of everyday commodities."