Royal College of Surgeons Ireland

Royal College of Surgeons Ireland

The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) was established in 1784 to educate surgeons at a time when surgeons were trained separately from physicians.

Over 230 years later, RCSI is a world-renowned Health Sciences University with all Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research students focused exclusively on the pursuit of excellence in Health Sciences. RCSI is the only Royal Surgical College (in the UK, Canada and Australia) to offer undergraduate degree programmes in Medicine, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy.

RCSI is an independent, not-for-profit health sciences university with campuses in Ireland, Bahrain and Malaysia and an international network of more than 15,000 alumni working in over 70 countries worldwide.

RCSI – A Supportive Environment

  • RCSI offers its students a range of student supports including a personal mentor system, a student buddy system as well as student welfare, disability and career advisory supports.
  • All programmes are delivered in an environment where students are high achievers and are studying academically rigorous programmes exclusively focused on the health sciences.
  • RCSI students are part of an international student community where over 60 nationalities are represented in the undergraduate student body at RCSI’s Dublin campus.
  • Students get to know their peers early on and their lecturers on a first name basis due to the College’s overall size, friendly atmosphere and its emphasis on small group teaching and teamwork.

RCSI – Student Opportunities

Students are provided with opportunities to participate in:

  • Organised clinical and non-clinical work placements
  • International Clinical and Research Elective programmes
  • National and International Research Summer Schools such as the annual eight week RCSI Research Summer School Program, Dublin and the Soochow University Summer Research Programme in Soochow, China.

RCSI – Facilities

The New Academic and Education Building, due to be completed in early 2017, includes a new 540 seat auditorium, a new State of the Art library spanning three floors and 500 study spaces, clinical simulation laboratories, an intervarsity sized sports hall and a range of fitness suites.

RCSI – Location

RCSI is based in the heart of Dublin city centre, the capital city of Ireland, an English speaking country which is part of the European Union (EU). Dublin has a young vibrant social activity which is largely due to the numerous Universities and Colleges that are located in the City.

RCSI’s location provides superb access to the heart of the city. The College is surrounded by a vast array of interesting museums, cafes and restaurants which can provide a welcome respite during a long day of studies.

Pharmacy

A qualification in Pharmacy enables a rich and rewarding career that can be pursued in a variety of distinct healthcare settings. RCSI are pioneers in pharmacy education, offering the most progressive and modern programme in a reputable and globally respected institution whose sole mission is to “educate, nurture and discover for the benefit of human health”.

Why Study Pharmacy at RCSI?

  • Pharmacy is a rewarding and highly regarded career in healthcare.
  • Pharmacists play a critical role in the provision of healthcare acting as “Medicine Experts” in the healthcare team.
  • On completion of RCSI Pharmacy degree, graduates are fully qualified healthcare professionals and can look forward to attractive remuneration packages and high employability immediately after graduation.
  • RCSI’s Pharmacy degree offers its graduates an internationally portable qualification.

Excellence in Education

  • RCSI’s Pharmacy students develop advanced hands-on practical laboratory and clinical skills
  • Structured clinical and non-clinical work placements are offered throughout the programme allowing students to develop advanced communication, clinical and scientific skills
  • Placements and collaborative research take place at leading Irish specialist hospitals and pharmaceutical industry sites
  • World class researchers and clinical practitioners from the RCSI schools of pharmacy and medicine teach on the programme
  • Modern teaching methods include inter-professional training (i.e. being taught alongside RCSI’s medicine and physiotherapy students).

Career Opportunities

Graduates can choose to:

  • Take clinical roles caring for patients in hospital and community healthcare settings or roles indirectly helping patients such as in research or the pharmaceutical industry
  • Adopt one of the many expanding pharmacy specialties such as paediatrics, cardiology, oncology, transplant pharmacy in hospital settings
  • Lead innovation, discovery and research to improve human health.

Graduates can also pursue careers in regulatory affairs, quality assurance and the opportunity to work in Health Policy Planning.

For more information on RCSI’s Pharmacy programme, visit

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a qualification for people who want to practice physiotherapy in a healthcare setting. RCSI Physiotherapy graduates are professionally safe, reflective healthcare practitioners who possess a sound scientific knowledge base. They have an understanding of the value of research, are responsive to the needs of patients and are aware of the dynamic diversity of healthcare environments in which they will practice. The program has a strong clinical emphasis with almost one third of the teaching delivered in a variety of clinical placement sites supported by dedicated clinical tutors.

Why Study Physiotherapy at RCSI?

A career in physiotherapy offers students:

  • A globally recognised professional qualification in healthcare
  • A varied and exciting career pathway in healthcare

Excellence in Education

  • RCSI’s Physiotherapy programme has a strong clinical emphasis with almost one third of the programme undertaken in a variety of clinical placement sites, supported by dedicated clinical tutors
  • Physiotherapy students get to study in a multidisciplinary environment (being taught alongside medicine and pharmacy students) and amongst an international student body
  • The emphasis throughout the programme is on the promotion of student-centred learning and the development of clinical reasoning skills
  • A variety of teaching methods are used including lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical workshops, case presentations and small group discussion.

Career Opportunities

  • On successful completion of the physiotherapy programme, graduates are eligible for membership of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists, which is a member organisation of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT).
  • Graduates work in many different areas of practice including (but not limited to) hospital, community, schools, workplace environments, private clinics, research and academia.
    • Hospital Physiotherapists – specialisations include orthopaedics, paediatrics, cardiorespiratory, care of the elderly, neurology, musculoskeletal and sports medicine
    • Primary, Community and Continuing Health Centres – visiting people in their homes, giving treatment, advice and appliances to help improve independence
    • School Environments – helping children with physical and intellectual disability achieve their full potential
    • The Workplace – providing ergonomic assessments, pre-employment screening, risk management and educating workers in correct lifting and handling techniques
    • Private Practice – assessing and treating a wide variety of muscle, joint and ligament problems
    • Academic & Research
  • Graduates of the RCSI physiotherapy programme are currently employed in a variety of clinical locations both in Ireland and internationally including the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.

For more information on RCSI’s Physiotherapy programme, visit http://www.rcsi.ie/non-eu-physiotherapy-school-leaver

Penang Medical College (PMC)

Wholly-owned by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) and University College Dublin (UCD), two of Ireland’s oldest and most prestigious medical universities, PMC offers students an opportunity to receive Irish Medical Degrees in a programme that is delivered between Ireland and Malaysia. The curriculum follows the medical curriculum of RCSI and UCD and the medical school is accredited by both the Irish and Malaysian Medical Councils. The first two and a half years of the medical programme are delivered in Ireland where students undertake the biomedical and early clinical training in RCSI or UCD. On completion of this component of the course, students move to Penang, Malaysia to complete the final two and a half years of clinical training.

Graduates of the programme are awarded medical degrees from the National University of Ireland, which are the same qualifications that are awarded to medical graduates who undertake their full training in Ireland. Our medical programme is continuously and rigorously evaluated by professional external examiners from around the world. This ensures that PMC students receive the highest possible standard of medical training.

Why Study Medicine at Penang Medical College (PMC)?

  • PMC is 100% wholly owned by RCSI and UCD
  • The programme is delivered between Dublin and Penang with the first 2½  years in Dublin and the final 2½ years in Penang
  • PMC students spend their pre-clinical years in Dublin where they are fully integrated with the Irish and other International students who are completing their full duration course in RCSI Dublin
  • On moving to Penang to complete the clinical years, students are provided with superb clinical access across 3 hospital sites; Penang Hospital (1,100 beds), Taiping Hospital (600 beds), Hospital Seberang Jaya (300 beds), as well as Hospital Bukit Mertajam
  • PMC students follow the same medical curriculum as the RCSI and UCD students undertaking the full duration medical course offered in Dublin
  • The PMC programme is delivered by a mix of Irish, Malaysian and International  Faculty
  • Graduates of PMC are awarded the same degrees as their peers in Ireland, receiving the medical degrees of MB BCh BAO from the National University of Ireland.

Excellence in Education

  • The program has a strong clinical emphasis with students being exposed to early patient contact from year one of the course
  • PMC students study in a multicultural student environment, developing a heightened awareness of cultural diversity which enhances communication and patient management skills
  • Quality assurance: RCSI and UCD are inspected by Quality and Qualification Ireland (QQI) which is the Irish State body responsible for reviewing the effectiveness and quality of higher education and training in Ireland. PMC is inspected by the Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA), the main quality assurance and accrediting body for public and private higher education programmes in Malaysia
  • The PMC programme is also inspected and accredited by both the Irish and Malaysian Medical Councils
  • PMC students perform to the same high levels as their peers in Ireland, often being awarded prizes both in RCSI and UCD
  • The emphasis throughout the programme is on the promotion of student-centred learning and the development of clinical reasoning skills
  • A variety of teaching methods are used including lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical workshops, case presentations and small group discussion.

Career Opportunities

  • On successful completion of the PMC programme, graduates are eligible for registration with the Irish Medical Council, the Malaysian Medical Council as well as many other regulatory bodies worldwide.
  • Graduates of PMC are awarded the same globally recognised qualifications as students of RCSI and UCD and become part of a rich alumni network with centuries-old connections in countries and healthcare systems across the world.
  • PMC graduates have taken up senior positions in countries as diverse as Ireland, Malaysia, Australia, the United States, Brunei, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and more.
  • Medicine is a rewarding, life-long learning career, and graduates can specialize in an enormous number of disciplines.

For more information on RCSI’s medical degree programme at RCSI and Penang Medical College, please visit the http://www.pmc.edu.my/

For more information on the School of Medicine at RCSI, please visit http://www.rcsi.ie/school_medicine

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