Healthcare Management

RCSI Graduate School of Healthcare Management, Dublin

Fees and funding

EU applicants

  • Year 1: €8,000
  • Year 2: €4,500

Non-EU applicants

  • Year 1: €13,000
  • Year 2: €7,000
 Year 1  Date  EU  Non EU
 1st payment  On application  €2,000  €4,000
 2nd payment  31 November 2021  €2,000  €3,000
 3rd payment  31 January 2022  €2,000  €3,000
 4th payment  31 March 2022  €2,000  €3,000

Please note

  • The tuition includes all resources, access to our award-winning online learning portal and access to extensive RCSI-only databases.
  • The tuition fee is also inclusive of an NUI fee.
  • Fees are payable via the above schedule. 
  • Students with outstanding fees will not be entitled to receive their grades.
  • Students with outstanding fees will have VLE and library privileges withdrawn.
  • Students with outstanding fees at the end of Year 1 will not have grades brought forward to the Exam Board and will not progress to Year 2.
  • Students with outstanding fees at the end of Year 2 will not have their grades brought forward to the exam board and will not graduate.
  • RCSI accepts no obligation to refund any fee, or part thereof, in respect of a student who withdraws from a programme. 
  • We ask that students who are being sponsored or funded by their employer to upload a funding confirmation letter in the document upload section on the application portal.

Healthcare Heroes Scholarships

We are delighted to announce the launch of our ‘Healthcare Heroes Scholarships’, which recognise the extraordinary commitment of the healthcare sector in caring for patient. The aim of the RCSI’s Healthcare Heroes Scholarship programme is to support the continued leadership journey and educational ambitions of healthcare professionals, like you, in recognition of the impact and commitment you are making to serve and improve patient care and safety. To be considered for the scholarship, candidates need to apply for and be accepted onto one of the RCSI’s Graduate School of Healthcare Management Masters or Professional Diploma programmes for the 2021/22 academic year.

The process is straightforward:

Step 1: Apply to the programme of interest via the Apply button on this page. To apply you will need a copy of your CV, photo of your passport and copies of your academic transcripts or degree. No application fee is required.

Step 2: Once you receive notification that you have been offered a place on the programme, you can accept your offer and pay the deposit payment (this will be fully refunded to those successful in securing a scholarship).

Step 3: Apply for the scholarship. To do this, you will need to submit a 500-word personal statement describing your role and your impact on the healthcare environment in which you are working. Submissions should be made here by 31 August 2021.

Scholarship recipients will be announced by 5 September 2021.


If your studies are being funded by your employer, please complete the sponsorship form below and upload it during the application process. 

We will invoice your employer directly for fees, however if fees are not paid by your employer it is the responsibility of the student to ensure that they are cleared before results can be issued.

Sponsorship form 2021-22 PDF | 449.2 KB