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4 year (GEP) will other Irish schools follow?

Discussion in 'UK & Ireland' started by NewVintage, May 15, 2007.

  1. NewVintage

    NewVintage Born Wild

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    Hey Guys,

    So this year was the first year RCSI introduced the 4 year GEP program.
    Do you think that next year the other Irish schools (UCD,UCC,Trinity,NUIG) will follow the lead?

    Thanks:luck:
     
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  3. Unch

    Unch Member

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    They're trying. UCC applied this year to introduce a four-year grad entry program (to start next year) but lost their bid. Limerick will instead be getting a new med school with only the grad entry program offered (50 seats, I believe). It's probably safe to say that all the Irish schools will want a grad entry program eventually, especially if it means more funding for more seats (adding to the existing 5-year programs).
     
  4. Trinners

    Trinners Universitas Dubliniensis

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    Just an FYI...

    Other than RCSI, I doubt the Medical Schools will offer the 4 year course to non-EU students.
     
  5. med2UCC

    med2UCC Relentlessly Optimistic

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    UCC wanted to - maybe that is why their bid for seats was not successful.Their plan was to put all the North American degree carrying students into the 4 year program and keep the 5 year spots for the Irish leaving cert grads. This was part of a group bid that included Trinity. Sadly, not to be this year. Cheers,
    M
     

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