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Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) comprising Irelands largest medical school selects InPlace

QuantumIT and InPlace Software are pleased to announce that the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) have selected InPlace to manage their clinical Placement processes at the University.

At the forefront of healthcare education since its establishment in 1784, RCSI is a University of Medicine and Health Sciences with campuses in Dublin, Bahrain, Malaysia and Dubai.

RCSI is an innovative, world-leading international health sciences education and research university with undergraduate and postgraduate schools and faculties across the health sciences spectrum. The largest medical school in Ireland and one of the most internationally-focused medical schools in the world, with students from over 90 countries. Furthermore, RCSI is ranked in the Top 250 Universities of the world by the Times Higher Education rankings.

We are looking forward to working in partnership with RCSI well into the future.

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