Rennes (France) and Galway have signed an agreement to promote the mobility of students and researchers between the two universities. Are you a penn medical student interested in clinical rotation at the RCSI? Contact Andie Yost for more information on how to apply! During his visit to Dublin, Prime Minister Manuel Valls witnessed the signing of a partnership between two French and Irish research centres to promote business training for PhD students, subject to building permits, the rehabilitation of 90 million euros of block A of the Ardilaun Centre, which adjoins St Stephen`s Green and which adjoins the award-winning development of RCSI in 26 York Street. , will provide enhanced research, teaching, learning, faculty and student services. “The opening of 26 York Street in 2018, funded in part by an initial EUR 50 million loan from the EIB, marked the beginning of an exciting campus expansion for RCSI, which provides our students and apprentices with first-class simulation facilities. Rehabilitation of Ardilaun Block A will change the way we educate our students so that they can learn, grow and prepare to take their place as 21st century medical directors. It will also provide a space that will involve and involve the local community and play a dynamic role in the life of the city. At the signing of the agreement, Professor Cathal Kelly, CEO of RCSI, said, “Our campus has constantly evolved to meet the medical challenges and opportunities of each new generation. We are now heading into the most exciting and transformative phase of our journey. Dr. Gaulton oversees a two-way agreement between Penn Medicine and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI). The aim of the agreement is to promote mutual cooperation in the field of education through clinical rotations and research opportunities for medical students. RCSI has negotiated a second EUR 40 million loan contract with the European Investment Bank (EIB). The funding will partly fund the next stage of the development of the medical campus in RCSI city centre in St.