University College Dublin (UCD)
With over 150 years of proud tradition University College Dublin (UCD) is the finest university in Ireland, playing a central role in Ireland’s advancement as a dynamic and highly successful independent European state. Offering the broadest range of top quality degrees, UCD attracts students from throughout Ireland as well as international students from over 50 countries. Over 22,000 students and 1,000 academics study and research in the beautiful, leafy campus 4 kilometres to the south of the centre of Dublin city.
UCD offers the largest number of places in Medicine in Ireland as well as the only training in Diagnostic radiography through our program in Diagnostic Imaging. At our School, we aim to produce competent, caring, scientific doctors and radiographers who are life-long learners and who can respond to the ever-changing needs of the community and the constant evolution of medical science and technology.
The School has a long tradition of excellence, dating its foundation back to the original days of UCD in 1854. Through our partner teaching hospitals we have clinical programs in six major Dublin teaching hospitals, the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, the National Maternity Hospital, the Coombe Women’s Hospital, Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children and the Children’s University Hospital at Temple Street. Students have access to the latest knowledge and discoveries and gain excellent clinical experience at these sites. Students also have experience of a wide range of other affiliated hospitals, general practices and community attachments.
We, at UCD School of Medicine and Medical Science, are proud of the tradition that has led to world-wide recognition our graduates in medicine and radiography and look forward to continuing this commitment to excellence with our current and future students.
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