A GPA of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale is considered competitive, with the exception of Trinity College Dublin, which requires a GPA of 3.3 or above on a 4.0 scale.
The admissions committees will take into consideration the degree of difficulty involved in the undergraduate degree or high school curriculum, the competitiveness of the school, the course load carried by the student, how the student performed academically, etc.
Canadian students may find the OMSAS conversion table useful in calculating their GPA.
RCSI is the only Pharmacy program that interviews and conducts online interviews.
Up to 10 North American students are admitted annually.
The 5-Year Master of Pharmacy degree (MPharm) is offered at The Royal College of Surgeons, Trinity College Dublin and University College Cork.
Students who complete the 5 year Pharmacy program at RCSI, TCD or UCC will graduate with a Master of Pharmacy and are thereby eligible to apply to be registered as a pharmacist in Ireland and throughout the European Union (EU). Graduates can return home to North America and fulfill licensure requirements.
Tuition fees for the 2023/2024 academic year are as follows:
*Privately funded students to RCSI receive a €7,000 scholarship, which brings the annual tuition to €18,000
**Privately funded international students will receive a €5,000 annual scholarship at UCC.
The above fees should be treated as a guideline only and are not official. Tuition fees are subject to annual review.
Before submitting your online application, please fill out the Application Request Form. After we receive your submission, we will write to you within 1 – 2 business days regarding program eligibility, application instructions, admissions requirements, deadlines, and other guidelines.Find Out Here
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