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Dentistry

  • Subject: Dentistry, Dentistry
  • Level: Undergraduate
  • Type of Degree: Grado en Odontologia
  • Cost: €17,600

Study Dentistry at Universidad Europea

UE offers a five-year degree in Dentistry leading to the title of Título Oficial de Grado en Odontologia o Grado en Dentista. The qualification is recognised throughout the European Union and beyond. Graduates will be entitled to work in the United Kingdom, Ireland and other countries upon completion of their studies and necessary practical experience. In accordance with European standards in higher education, the five-year dentistry programme consists of 300 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System).

A full breakdown of the curriculum is available in English on request.

The programme is taught in English throughout all five years. Students will need to know Spanish in order to work with patients and will be expected to have achieved B2 level by the beginning of their third year.

Applications in 2015

Applications will open officially on 1st January 2015 but we are already putting good candidates forward for consideration. If you are interested in applying please contact us for an application form. We will also be able to advise on your chances of gaining a place. There is no cost involved in contacting us and it actually works out slightly cheaper to apply through us rather than applying directly.

The entry process in 2015 has changed from previous years and now includes two new exams. All applicants must take online tests of their English language ability (a formality for British students) and a psychometric test. After completing these tests successfully students will be invited to interview. This can take place via Skype. In the past this has usually taken the form of a general question and answer session but it now also includes a general knowledge test. We have no instructions about this test. It has been described as something you cannot prepare for. Applicants will not necessarily be judged on how well they score but on how they answer the questions. The purpose of all these tests is to work out your suitability to become a dentist.

If you wish to apply we would advise you to contact us as soon as possible. The course is expected to be full by around April 2015.

 

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