Griffith dentistry international placements

Hands-on experience: Griffith dentistry international placements

Griffith Dental School students receive extensive practical experience as they work under and alongside qualified oral health professionals in the university’s modern dental clinic and commercial laboratory. From the first year of study, students will have the opportunity to undertake placements, from state schools, rural and remote to indigenous and aged care, allowing them to apply learned skills and develop valuable contacts.


Make a difference to the health of individuals and the community. Working in an oral health team with fellow students (dental, oral health therapy and dental technology students), you will have the opportunity to undertake a research project that identifies an oral health issue and solutions to the issue. Previous students projects have taken them to far North Queensland, PNG, and Vanuatu where their research and identified solutions are improving the oral health of these communities.


Studying dentistry at Griffith Dental School

Completing a Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science and Griffith Dental School’s two-year Graduate Diploma of Dentistry program provides the education and skills you need to apply for registration as a dentist.

The Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science offers a new, innovative curriculum where students will receive real clinical exposure from the first year of study, and will work alongside oral health professionals who are world experts in their field.

Program: Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science & Graduate Diploma of Dentistry
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Semester Intake: February
Program Duration: 5 years
Application Deadline: September 30, 2015

Entry Requirements
To be eligible to apply to Griffith University Dental School’s Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science, applicants must have
  • academic achievement in year 12 or equivalent with one of biological science, chemistry, physics, or maths B;
  • demonstration of English proficiency.

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