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RCSI Undergraduate Open Day

RCSI, Thursday 3rd January 2019

RCSI focus exclusively on health sciences. Students, educators and researchers collaborate for the benefit of human health. Discover what it's like to study Undergraduate Medicine, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy at RCSI by attending the annual Undergraduate Open Day.

Learn how a degree in healthcare can open up varied and exciting career options in Ireland and across the world. The 2019 Undergraduate Open Day will take place at 26 York Street and the St Stephen's Green campus.


Date:
Thursday 3rd January 2019
Time:
10.00am - 4.15pm
Price:
Free - Registration required
Address:
RCSI 26 York Street, York Street, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of RCSI 26 York Street, York Street, Dublin, Ireland

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