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Applicants to the Trinity International Foundation Programme can choose between two distinct pathways:

Pathway A: Business, Economics, and Social Science Stream

Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, is a world leader in business programmes focused on Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management. Our Business undergraduate programmes are taught using experiential learning and industry involvement to help students develop the skills desired by companies in the global economy.

We have world-leading Schools in the fields of Economics, Social Science and Business. Our Trinity Business School has developed relationships with some of the top ranked business schools in the world, including Fudan University School of Management in Shanghai. The Trinity Business School is ranked 1st in Ireland and 16th in Europe by Eduniversal. 


Pathway B: Engineering and Science Stream

Trinity ranks in the world's top 1% of research institutions in 18 STEM fields, including immunology, materials science, and molecular biology and genetics (Thomson Reuters Essential Science Indicators).

Our Bachelor in Engineering is recognised by a large number of major engineering institutions outside Ireland through the Washington Accord. This includes countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, United Kingdom and the USA.

The School of Computer Science offers a wide and interesting range of undergraduate programmes, which allow students to study subjects such as computer science, statistics, management science, information systems, European languages, computer engineering, and mathematics. Past successes emerging from the School include the formation of multi-million Euro companies such as Havok, and Iona Technologies, the first Irish company to be floated on the NASDAQ.