Equal opportunities policy
In assessing applicants for entry to our programmes, candidates are evaluated on the basis of their 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 the candidate has the potential to fulfil the requirements of the programme. Applicants who are unsuccessful cannot be reconsidered for entry within the same cycle but may re-apply the following year without prejudice to the new application.
Disability, learning or health difficulties
RCSI is committed to building an inclusive learning environment and to the provision of reasonable accommodation as a response to meet the individual needs, as far as possible, to enable full access and participation for all students with a disability.
The University encourages students to be open about their disability and to discuss their needs with the Disability Officer. It is important that students disclose a disability early in the academic year to ensure appropriate supports are provided. Notwithstanding the fact that RCSI is committed to the adoption of reasonable accommodation there may be times when it is not possible.
For more information please contact:
Disability Officer, 123 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2
Tel: (01) 402 3106
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