Sydney Dentistry application deadline reminder

The Sydney Dental School application deadline is Monday, July 6, 2015 (Sydney time). 

 

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Application deadline: Monday, July 6, 2015 (Sydney time)*
Interview dates: from Thursday, July 30, 2015
Offer made: from Wednesday, August 12, 2015

2014 Intake Reviews
“The dental faculty at the University of Sydney is a bit unorganized and are not getting enough recognition from the med faculty. I am enoying the clinical sessions and working outside the classroom setting. It is great if you want to get hands on expeirience at an early stage and want a change of scenery.”

“I like the skills I’m learning, and a lot of the beautiful facilities. I dislike the disorganization. It has a good reputation, and I’m enjoying it, but it is expensive and you have to be very self-motivated to do well. Exams are cumulative and spread out, so you have to be organized to not become overwhelmed.”

“It is a friendly environment. Almost half of my class is made up of Canadians which makes the transition over seas a little easier. I have so far been impressed with my school/program, although I have no other professional school experience so it is hard to compare my experiences. The University of Sydney has a beautiful campus and it is in a great location. As a first year dentistry student, I am taking a lot of lectures with first year medical students and I feel that the medicine lectures can be disorganized or not well presented. It is a relatively easy transition to make. Overseas experiences can be very valuable.”

“Love the fact that we get into a clinical setting early in our program. Dislike the organization of the program, could definitely be improved. I would say that it is wonderful, takes time to get used to but all in all great University and better program.”

“Like: Clean and beautiful campus Easy and reliable program website to access lecture slides, learning resources, and news. Loving every moment of it. You are able to meet many new people and make life-long friends. There is a strong Canadian representation at USyd, so you’ll never feel alone and rarely homesick. DMD at USyd has been a great experience so far. I’ve had the chance to meet many locals and our class is a tight-knit group.”


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