Graduate and Mature Entry Open Evening
Welcome to our Virtual Graduate and Mature Entry Open Evening for prospective students. Thank you for joining this event and for your interest in studying at the RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences in 2023.
You can watch back below the talks and live sessions that took place on Wednesday, 11 January 2023.
Watch our live sessions
RCSI – your programme
Select your preferred programme.
Join Prof. Gerry McElvaney, Head of RCSI School of Medicine, and Elizabeth Healy, Head of Student Recruitment, as they introduce you to the Mature Entry route to Medicine.
Join Dr Frank Moriarty, Senior Lecturer at the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, and Claire O’Connor, Student Recruitment Office, as they introduce you to the Graduate and Mature Entry routes to Pharmacy at RCSI.
Join Prof. Suzanne McDonough, Head of RCSI School of Physiotherapy, and Kate Lewis, Student Recruitment Office, to discuss graduate entry routes to Physiotherapy.
Watch an information session for your preferred programme below.
Join current Mature Entry Medicine students and alumni as they discuss life as a mature entry med student at RCSI and answer any questions you may have.
Join current Graduate and Mature Entry Pharmacy students and alumni as they discuss life as a pharmacy student at RCSI and answer any questions you may have.
Join current Graduate Entry Physiotherapy students and alumni as they discuss life as a physiotherapy student at RCSI and answer any questions you may have.
Learn more about life at RCSI
For more information on RCSI and the various services and supports we offer our students, the below video resources are available to watch back at any time after the live open evening sessions. If you wish to discuss your application with a member of the admissions team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
RCSI – your university
Learn about our campus, our people and our city through our faculty. Meet Prof. Cathal Kelly, Vice Chancellor and Registrar; Prof. Hannah McGee, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences; Prof. Fergal O'Brien, Deputy-Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation; Ms Judith Gilroy, Associate Director for Academic Affairs; and Ms Aine Gibbons, Director of Development.
Your student supports
Noel O’Callaghan, Head of Student Development and Wellbeing, Jacinta Burke, Academic Development, and Sinead O'Kelly, Student Welfare Officer, give you an overview of our range of student supports including welfare, wellbeing, counselling and disability supports.
Your accommodation options
Join RCSI’s Accommodation Manager, Ivan Carty, as he outlines the accommodation facilities available.
Your health and fitness
Our Gym Manager, David Harris, will guide you through our campus facilities and will tell you all about our two gyms, fitness studio, sports hall and our team of personal trainers and gym staff.
Your clubs, societies and events
Sadhbh Smyth and Jackie Knowles, Clubs and Societies Officers, provide an overview of the wide range of options available to RCSI students.
Your career supports
Prof. Arnie Hill, Professor and Chair of Surgery, Ciara Tallon and Niamh Mullen, Career Development Advisors, and Caoimhe Ní Néill, Alumni Relations Manager, give you an overview of our careers-focused education, tailored career supports, international career opportunities and RCSI's global alumni network.
Take a tour around our campus
Discover our historical campus, our advanced simulation centre, our health and fitness facilities, our library, our student accommodation and our city.
Life as an RCSI student
RCSI students have a unique and immersive educational experience, and also enjoy many opportunities to get involved in clubs and societies, participate in sports and fitness activities, create memories, and make friendships to last a lifetime.