Policies and guidelines
In assessing applicants for entry to our programmes – both Taught and Research – you are evaluated on the basis of your academic ability, achievement, ability and potential, regardless of age, religious belief, ethnicity, gender, marital or family status, sexual orientation or physical ability.
Admission to the programmes requires that you have the potential to fulfil the requirements of the programme.
If your application is not successful, you cannot be reconsidered for entry within the same cycle but you may re-apply the following year without prejudice to the new application.
Please review the policies and guideline documents below in relation to Postgraduate admissions at RCSI.
RCSI academic regulations for research degrees PDF | 2869 KB Data Protection Policy PDF | 57.1 KB Academic Integrity Policy 2021-22 PDF | 477 KB Statement on confidentiality and declaration of Interest pertaining to admission PDF | 172.8 KB Statement on feedback pertaining to admission PDF | 99.3 KB Statement on fraud pertaining to admission PDF | 310.2 KB RCSI Recognition of Prior Learning Policy PDF | 826.4 KB Postgraduate admissions complaints and appeals processes PDF | 208.3 KB HEA Student Data Collection Notice PDF | 656.2 KB Graduate programme - Immigration rules for Non-EU students PDF | 385.4 KB RCSI Statement on Research Integrity PDF | 122.6 KB Ireland’s Framework of Good Practice for Research Degree Programmes PDF | 2949.2 KB National Framework for Doctoral Education PDF | 1250 KB Ensuring Research Integrity in Ireland - IUA PDF | 7089.5 KB