Apply to Melbourne Dental School for the 2016 intake

Applications to the Melbourne Dental School are now open for the 2016 intake via OzTREKK! The Melbourne Dental School offers a four-year, graduate-entry, Doctor of Dental Surgery program, which leads to the professional designation of dentist upon the completion of the program.

University of Melbourne Dental School
Part of the Melbourne Dental School facilities

About University of Melbourne Dental School Doctor of Dental Surgery

The Melbourne Dental School offers the Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) program which incorporates all aspects related to the provision of advanced general dental care to patients as well as teaches students to prepare, develop, execute and write for publication a small research project.

Program: Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS)
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: February
Duration: 4 years
Application deadline: TBC. For the 2015 intake, the application deadline was June 23, 2014.

 

Entry Requirements for the Melbourne Dentistry Program:

To be eligible to apply for the Melbourne DDS program, eligible applicants must have
  • successfully completed an undergraduate degree in any discipline at a recognized international university within the past 10 years;
  • completed prerequisite second-year subjects (one semester each) in human anatomy, human physiology and biochemistry (approved by Melbourne);
  • completed an entrance examination: either the Canadian DAT or US DAT. Please note that the carving portion of the Canadian DAT is not required for Melbourne Dental School; however, if you have completed the carving section of the test, this score will be considered. Test scores will not be considered if the exam results are more than 2 years old. There is no minimum cutoff GPA or DAT score for this program; however, a high level of academic standard is required for entry.


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