The best way to find out what it's really like to study at RCSI is to hear directly from our students.
Reading their stories and learning about their experiences should help you to decide if RCSI is the right place for you to begin your journey as a future healthcare professional.
Audrey describes her enriching clinical elective experiences that allowed her to explore her specialties of interest.
Sean writes about measures taken to keep students safe as frontline workers during Physiotherapy placement.
Rachel tells us about her transition into online/in-person learning as the pandemic alters the delivery of medical education.
Aser became more confident with his own clinical reasoning and praises how RCSI adjusted quickly to the challenges presented by COVID-19.
Charlsea praises RCSI's unwavering support in ensuring that she got the most of her time as a medical student.
Kevin tells us about the projects he was involved in as part of the 2017 Research Summer School.
Yohan describes how RCSI made great efforts to safeguard the wellbeing of students as we adapted to the 'new normal'.
Clare writes about a recent outing as part of the RCSI Climbing & Mountaineering Club.
Undergraduate Medicine student, Joshua from Trinidad tells us about some of the things he loves about RCSI.
Ciara moved across the globe to study at RCSI. Let's hear her reasons for choosing RCSI and Dublin for her degree.
Class of 2020 Physiotherapy graduate David tells us a little bit about his time as a student at RCSI.
Hazel tells us about being a Kiran Pathak Pharmacy Scholarship recipient and the difference it has made to her University experience.
Neil, GEM Class of 2012, tells us about his time at RCSI and his career post-graduation.
Peter is one of the most recent graduates of the RCSI Pharmacy programme and talks about his experience at RCSI.
Ranya graduated from the RCSI School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences in 2019. She tells us about her experience at RCSI.