Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland – Live Webinars for CAO Applicants

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You are invited to attend one of three upcoming Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland – Live Webinars for CAO Applicants:

  • 16 February @ 4.30pm
  • 6 April @ 4.30pm
  • 27 June @ 3.00pm

Register to attend now if you have a current CAO application or are planning to apply to RCSI via the CAO in the next couple of years.

 The webinar will give you the chance to learn more about studying Medicine, Pharmacy, Advanced Therapeutic Technologies or Physiotherapy at our University.

You will hear from RCSI Admissions and Student Recruitment team as well as current students, who will discuss their experience at RCSI to date.

There will also be a Q&A session where you can ask any questions that you may have. A recording of the event will be shared with all who register.

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland – Live Webinars for CAO Applicants

Register here

Royal College Of Surgeons Ireland, Trinity College Dublin & University College Cork offer The SPHeRE PhD Programme.

The SPHeRE PhD Programme in Population Health and Health-services Research (PHHSR) aspires to cultivate world-class researchers through a four-year structured PhD Programme. The SPHeRE Programme can also be undertaken over a longer time period on a part-time, self-funded basis. The Programme is a joint initiative of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Trinity College Dublin and University College Cork. RCSI welcome applicants with an interest in carrying out research on population health and/or health services in the Irish context and from a wide range of academic and clinical disciplines, including public health, health psychology, health economics, health policy, general practice, biostatistics, health geography and social science among others.

The full-time 4 year structured PhD Programme features:

  • 6 taught modules completed in the first year of the Programme
  • Opportunities for multidisciplinary research
  • Supervision by internationally renowned Principal Investigators
  • In addition, SPHeRE HRB funded scholars benefit from:
  • 8-week specialist rotation in Irish health related agencies in the first year
  • Placement with a prestigious overseas agency to further PhD project development in the second or third years
  • Professional skills training allowance
  • Travel funds to national training days and international conferences
  • Annual stipend of €18,000 plus laptop computer plus PhD fees

Learn more here.

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