We are RCSI
RCSI is a specialist health sciences university based in Dublin. We offer undergraduate and graduate entry degree programmes in Medicine, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy.
RCSI is ranked in the world's Top 250 Universities by Times Higher Education (THE) and positioned as the #2 university globally by THE for 'Good Health and Wellbeing'.
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Why study at RCSI?
RCSI is unique in that we are Ireland's only specialist health sciences university and the only Surgical Royal College in the world to offer undergraduate and graduate entry programmes in Medicine, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy. We are a not-for-profit University with a global reach and operations in Ireland, the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
Our city centre campus is located right in the heart of Dublin and is built to meet the needs of current and future students. There are more than 60 countries represented across the RCSI undergraduate student body and we have an alumni network of 26,000 healthcare professionals working across 97 countries worldwide.
More about our programmes
Our medical graduates are highly sought-after doctors, practicing across more than 94 countries. We offer five- and six-year Undergraduate Medicine programmes at our Dublin city centre campus.
We were the first medical school in the Republic of Ireland to introduce a GEM programme in 2006, enabling students from a range of undergraduate backgrounds to study medicine.
Prestigious and internationally-recognised, our five-year MPharm offers career options in areas such as community and hospital pharmacy, the pharma industry, medical R&D, regulation and academia.
Using anatomy and physiology knowledge, our physiotherapy graduates focus on enhancing mobility, physical abilities, fitness and quality of life through movement, exercise and other methods.