Meet our students – both past and present – and your future colleagues.
Read their stories and learn about their RCSI experiences. Discover how you too can become a future healthcare leader at RCSI.
Undergraduate Physiotherapy student Áine Ní Mhurchú tells us about some of her RCSI highlights.
Undergraduate Medicine student Benái tells us about what she enjoys most about living in Dublin.
Clare Lambert writes about a recent outing as part of the RCSI Climbing & Mountaineering Club.
GEM student Connie Dale tells us about feeling proud to be a part of RCSI's 234-year history.
Hazel Walshe tells us about being a Kiran Pathak Pharmacy Scholarship recipient and the difference it has made to her college experience.
Undergraduate Medicine student, Joshua Ramjohn from Trinidad tells us about some of the things he loves about RCSI.
Undergraduate Medicine student Mohammad Alhazmi tells us about some of his favourite RCSI moments.
Undergraduate Pharmacy student Peter Patton tells us about moving to Dublin from Sligo.
Undergraduate Pharmacy student Ranya Buhamad tells us about the opportunities she has had at RCSI.
Trevor Henderson tells us about settling into the GEM programme in RCSI and his post-college plans.
Weng Kit (Kevin) Chan tells us about the projects he was involved in as part of the 2017 Research Summer School.
2016 Pharmacy graduate, Fajer Yousef tells us what she enjoyed most about studying in RCSI.
Class of 2018 Physiotherapy student, Julia Verrelli, tells us about her time at RCSI.
GEM Class of 2010 graduate, Lianne McClean tells us about developing her career post-graduation.
Dr Neil Robert Moran, GEM Class of 2012 tells us about his time at RCSI and his career post-graduation.