RCSI Class of 2023 medical students receive final results

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Students celebrate receiving their result

The final results of over 350 medical students at RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences were delivered in a live reading today, Tuesday, 16 May.

In a tradition that has been running for almost 70 years, the final year results were read out from the stairs at the RCSI campus at St Stephen’s Green. Students gathered in person and via livestream to hear their results and celebrate as they embark on their new career as doctors. 

The students were addressed by Professor Hannah McGee, Deputy for Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, and Professor Gerry McElvaney, Head of the RCSI School of Medicine, before the official results were delivered by Taimse Tracey from the Student, Academic and Regulatory Affairs team.

Commenting on the occasion, Professor Cathal Kelly, Vice Chancellor of RCSI, said: “My congratulations to the Class of 2023 on this very special day. Their achievements are even more remarkable in light of these students having completed their medical education while navigating the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“I am extremely proud of each and every one of them as their years of hard work and dedication come to fruition today. They have shown incredible commitment and resilience, and I look forward to them applying the skills they have learned at RCSI in their successful careers as doctors.”

The results reading is the first in a series of celebrations for the medicine Class of 2023 as they embark on their new careers as doctors, culminating in the School of Medicine Conferring Ceremony on 26 May.

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