The DIFC (Dublin International Foundation College) Pathway is an outstanding programme linking students to a wide range of Irish and British Universities as well as some in mainland Europe and other countries.

The programme is for students who have completed Year 12 in their home country and need a Foundation course before progressing to their degree programme.


There is also a Pre-Masters course for those who have completed their first degree and are not yet ready to take a Masters.



  1. (Undergraduate only) Health & Medicine – The best route for international students to study Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy or Health Science in Ireland, UK or mainland Europe.
  2. Business & Management.
  3. Engineering & Technology.
  4. Sciences.



Study in Ireland DIFC

Medicine: The Royal College of Surgeons (RCSI) – Dublin, Bahrain, Penang (Malaysia); St. George’s University of London; St. George’s University, Grenada; University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN), UK; Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic; European University, Cyprus; Debrecen University, Hungary; Lithuanian University of Health Sciences.


NCUK: Leeds, Sheffield, Manchester, Salford, Birmingham, Aston, Kingston, Queen Mary London, Leeds Beckett, Manchester Metropolitan, Sheffield Hallam, Liverpool John Moore’s; Kent, Huddersfield, Bristol.


DFIC – Ireland: University College Cork, National University of Ireland Galway, Dublin Institute of Technology, Limerick University, Queens University Belfast, Cork Institute of Technology, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, Limerick Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Carlow, National College of Ireland, Shannon College of Hotel Management, AIT.


Other: Brunel, UCLAN, Hull, Liverpool Hope University (UK); University of Western Australia, Newcastle University (Australia); Adelphi University, University of California Monterey Bay, Oswego State University of New York (USA).


Important: DIFC students can apply to any university they wish and DIFC graduates have found places at many other top universities in the UK, Ireland, Canada, the US, Australia and Europe.



  1. 100% of students who successfully pass the NCUK IFY gain a university place
  2. Finds more places for students in Medical Schools than any other programme
  3. Save 25% on costs of study in the UK
  4. Access to top Irish as well as British and European universities
  5. Guaranteed 2 year stay-back visa in Ireland on graduation



International Foundation in Health Sciences (Medicine). Dublin.

September 2018 – May 2019 – €15,300.


All other International Foundation pathways. Dublin.

September 2018 – May 2019 – €13,600.


NCUK Pre-Master’s Programme. Dublin or Cork.

September 2018 – February 2019 – €13,600.



€9,000 for 9 months.


For more information go to: www.difc.ie


To apply for a course starting in September please contact TEC by the end of May.

(028) 2210 2126/ 7 and (024) 3766 4523/ 53


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