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Membership and fellowship examinations: Ophthalmology

The MRCSI (Ophthalmology) Examination is aimed at trainees in their first three years of ophthalmic training, known in Ireland as basic specialist training. The attainment of the MRCSI is an entry requirement for the FRCSI (Ophthalmolgy)

 

As of January 2015 the MRCSI (Ophth) Part 1 has been discontinued. Candidates who have not yet passed the Part 1 will be required to pass the FRC Ophth Part 1 Examination in order to proceed to the MRC (Ophth) Part 2 Written. 

  • The Part 2 Written Examination is held on two occasions each year, in January and September.
  • The Part 2 Clinical Examination is held on two occasions each year, in March and October.

 

Regulations for the MRCSI: FRCSI (Ophthalmology)

Part 2 MRCSI Written regulations and guidance notes

Part 2 MRCSI Clinical regulations and guidance notes

Fellowship (FRCSI) regulations and guidance notes


For further information please contact:

Student, Academic & Regulatory Affairs (SARA)
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
123 St. Stephens Green
Dublin2, Ireland
Tel: +353 1 402 2366
Email: pgexams@rcsi.ie