The best way to find out what it's really like to study at RCSI is to hear directly from our students.
Reading their stories and learning about their experiences should help you to decide if RCSI is the right place for you to begin your journey as a future healthcare professional.
Ciaran shares how he was determined to go to RCSI after attending the Open Day in fifth year. Learn more about his academic and social life since joining.
Jessica tells us about the modules she’s taken so far as part of the Medicine programme and events she has participated in during her time here.
Graduate Entry Medicine
Chinwe’s friends at RCSI have become her family. Hear about how her experience in RCSI have become more memorable because of her adventures with them.
Shelby speaks about how her time in the NICU during a paediatric rotation in Graduate Entry Medicine confirmed her aspirations to specialise in paediatrics upon graduation.
Alexandra shares her experience of community, hospital and industry placements within the MPharm programme and her time in RCSI’s Pharmacy Society.
Hear about Robert's one piece of advice to prospective Pharmacy students and what he enjoys about a small university community.
Advanced Therapeutic Technologies
As part of the first cohort of Advanced Therapeutic Technologies students, Ingrid describes how she is enjoying the Microbiology and Data Analytic modules.
Aisha speaks about the diverse range of modules in the Advanced Therapeutic Technologies programme and the facilities available to students at RCSI.
Ghazi details the benefits of practical classes in the Physiotherapy programme and recounts performing at International Night as part of the Middle Eastern society.
Ronan tells us about learning in the Physiotherapy Movement Lab and the heightened social life in Dublin after moving here from a smaller town.
School of Medicine Class of 2006 alumnus, Ben, founded the Floating Doctors to bring more help to remote rural communities.
Siun is part of RCSI’s Medicine Class of 2005. She is currently the Breast and General Surgeon in Misercordiae University Hospital, Dublin.
Panicos graduated from RCSI Medicine in 2005. He currently holds the position of Maternal and Fetal Medicine consultant at King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Andrew is part of RCSI's Graduate Entry Medicine Class of 2020. He is currently a senior project manager on the Electronic Health Record program in the new Children's Hospital Ireland.
Deirdre obtained her Pharmacy degree from RCSI in 2006. She has worked with the World Health Organization since 2015.
Stephen graduated in 2011 with a BSc Pharmacy (Hons.). In 2016, after spending a few years working in internal medicine teams in Ireland and abroad, he turned his attention to antimicrobial stewardship.
Avril is part of RCSI's Physiotherapy Class of 2010. She is the CEO and co-founder of eHealth company, Innerstrength.
Stephen graduated from the School of Physiotherapy at RCSI in 2014. He became Company Physiotherapist for Riverdance and toured China visiting 18 different cities.