Discover Life as a Medical Student in Ireland With RUMC’s Webinar This 27 April 2024

Gain authentic insights into medicine and find out how you can apply for housemanship and work in the UK.

Published 19 Apr 2024


Calling all aspiring doctors — if you’re interested in understanding the real journey of becoming a doctor, especially in the UK, don’t miss this unique opportunity to gain firsthand insights from someone who has experienced every step of the process. 

Happening this 27 April 2024, RCSI & UCD Malaysia Campus (RUMC) is hosting a webinar featuring Dr Fatin Nabilah Haris, an RUMC alumna who is currently practising medicine at Warwick Hospital in the UK. Dr Fatin will be sharing her experience of studying at RUMC, insights into life as a medical student at Dublin and Penang, and valuable advice on applying for internships in the UK. 

In addition to finding out more about RUMC’s unique programme that guarantees you a place to study in Ireland for pre-clinical training, there will also be a Q&A session where you can ask any questions you may have about navigating your medical studies and beginning your career as a doctor.

Interested? Read on for more details. 

When and where?

  • Date: 27 April 2024 (Saturday)
  • Time: 4pm
  • Venue: Zoom Webinar

Click here to register now.

Why should you attend?

Here’s why you don’t want to miss this:

  • Learn more about the medical programme at RUMC
  • Find out what it’s like to be a medical student in Dublin and Penang
  • Discover insider strategies on how to apply for medical internships in the UK
  • Gain confidence and inspiration to pursue your medical aspirations from someone who has experienced it firsthand

Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with an experienced doctor. Complete the form below to register for the webinar. 

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