Studying Medicine at University of Debrecen

The transition from Foundation Year to studying Medicine can be an intimidating experience for international students, especially when it involves moving to a new country. Students who have studied the NCUK International Foundation Year – Health Science programme with DIFC are now studying Medicine in a range of countries form Ireland, UK, Czech Republic, Hungary, […]

By Nerilie Duffey | Blog

New Medicine Pathway for International Students

Medicine is still the number one choice for international students coming to study in Ireland. It is a prestigious and challenging pathway that attracts hundreds of applications to DIFC each year for a very limited number of places. Given the continued growth in demand for our Medicine Foundation Pathway, we are delighted to announce a […]

By Nerilie Duffey | Blog

A Day In The Life Of An Oncologist

I had the amazing opportunity over my summer break to shadow an oncologist for a week. Oncology has been one of my options that I had been longing to gain exposure to and I am interested in specialising in this area. Dr. Doris Chow is a resident neuro-oncologist consultant that I got to shadow with […]

By Nerilie Duffey | Blog

Interview with Dr Kieran Kennedy, General Practitioner and University Lecturer

In this interview, Dr Kieran Kennedy shares his experience of studying medicine and working as a medical doctor here in Ireland. Dr Kennedy is a Lecturer in Clinical Methods and Clinical Practice in the School of Medicine at the National University of Ireland Galway. He is involved in teaching undergraduate medical students at all stages of their […]

By Stephen Bruce | Blog
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