Golden League
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

Ireland

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, 123 Saint Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Co. Dublin, Ireland

188 World
rank
2 Country
rank
Foundation year:
1784
Short name:
RCSI
Type:
Private
Students:
2470
Faculty:
160
Faculty/Students Ratio:
15
:
1
Web-site:
www.rcsi.ie
Region:
Europe
Location:
Dublin, Co. Dublin
  Dimension Rank Score
Overall 188 67.954
Teaching 246 59.629
Research 198 68.043
International Diversity 125 74.558
Financial Sustainability 112 79.357
Additional Rankings Rank Score
Reputation Rankings 563 19.464
Research Perfomance Rankings 263 60.524
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TEACHING
World Rank: 246
Country rank: 2
Score: 59.629
League: Silver League
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Academic staff per students 20 %
Academic staff per bachelor degrees awarded 20 %
Doctoral degrees awarded per academic staff 20 %
Doctoral degrees awarded per bachelor degrees awarded 20 %
World teaching reputation 20 %
RESEARCH
World Rank: 198
Country rank: 3
Score: 68.043
League: Golden League
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Citations per academic and research staff 20 %
Doctoral degrees awarded per admitted PhD 20 %
Normalized citation impact 20 %
Papers per academic and research staff 20 %
World research reputation 20 %
INTERNATIONAL DIVERSITY
World Rank: 125
Country rank: 2
Score: 74.558
League: Golden League
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Share of international academic staff 20 %
Share of international students 20 %
Share of international co-authored papers 20 %
Reputation outside region 20 %
International level 20 %
FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY
World Rank: 112
Country rank: 1
Score: 79.357
League: Golden League
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Institutional income per academic staff 20 %
Institutional income per students 20 %
Papers per research income 20 %
Research income per academic and research staff 20 %
Research income per institutional income 20 %

Overview

For over 200 years RCSI has played a major role in medical education and training in Ireland. Founded in 1784 to train surgeons, today the College provides extensive education and training in the healthcare professions at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Undergraduate Education: The medical school in RCSI is one of the world`s leading international medical schools and is the largest medical school in Ireland. The College also provides undergraduate courses in pharmacy and physiotherapy. Postgraduate Training: RCSI delivers postgraduate training and education through its Faculties of Radiology, Dentistry, Sports & Exercise Medicine, & Nursing, the School of Postgraduate Studies, the Institute of Leadership, the School of Nursing and the National Surgical Training Centre. Research Institute: The RCSI Research Institute is one of Ireland`s foremost research centres. RCSI is committed to performing high levels of research activity, to commercialising intellectual property arising from its research, and to developing collaborative links with industry, educational and research institutions both nationally and internationally. International: More than 60 countries are represented on RCSI`s international student body. The College has a strong international presence with Schools in Malaysia, Dubai and a University in Bahrain. The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland is independent, international and progressive.

Mission Statement

To educate, nurture and discover for the benefit of human health to educate. The primary function of RCSI is to empower and facilitate our students, to optimise their futures as healthcare professionals and researchers nurture. We do more for our students than just impart knowledge. We feel responsible to care for, encourage, challenge and motivate them to realise their full potential and discover. Our bold aspiration is to deliver impact in research, coupled with education, both at the core of RCSI activities. For the benefit of human health - The end beneficiaries of our work in education and research are people and patients everywhere. The term ``human health`` is all-encompassing and sufficiently conveys our aspiration to advance healthcare provision not just nationally but globally.