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Master's in Dentistry

5 years

€12800 pa

Programme profile

The Faculty of Medicine of Masaryk University in Brno offers several curricula. The Master"s study programme of General Medicine takes six years and the programme of Dentistry five years. These programmes are taught in Czech and for international students who are self-payers, in English. About 800-900 Czech-speaking students are admitted annually to the Faculty of Medicine and, additionally, and around 100 overseas self-paying students. After passing the state examinations at the end of their study, students are awarded the degree of MUDr. (Medicinae Universae Doctor) or MDDr. (Medicinae Dentalis Doctor) or Bc. (Bachelor of Health Sciences).

Specialists in oral medicine are educated in the study programme of Dentistry, which is compatible with current European Standards. About 60 Czech-speaking and 15 foreign students are admitted.

Fees are in Euro at the conversion rate in force on 01.04.19 for CZ 330.000

Programme content

The curriculum for Dentistry students consists of 5 years of study with  a “subject-oriented” approach and it is compatible with current European standards.

The First two years of the programme include extensive courses in Preclinical Dentistry, Gnathology, Prosthetic Technology – Materials, and Preventive Dentistry, together with the theoretical general medicine courses (Medical Physics and Informatics, Biology, Medical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Anatomy, Histology, Physiology etc.).

The third year comprises of general-medicine pre-clinical courses (Pathological Anatomy, Pathological Physiology, Clinical Examination in Internal Medicine and Surgery etc.)  General medicine courses are taught to a reduced extent, with special focus on oral and dental problems. From the 5th semester onwards, intensive, specialised instruction in dentistry courses is started, continuing until the 10th semester.

The focus of the dentistry courses is concentrated on both the theoretical and practical aspects, ending in a 15-week pre-graduation practical training in the 10th term which emphasises comprehensive treatment of the patient. In the course of the studies students also complete 4 blocks of practical training, in the holiday periods.


This programme is recognised by the General Dental Council and Irish Dental Council for registration to practise as a dentist in the UK and Ireland.

Entry Requirements


3 A-levels (Grades CCC) + 3 GCSE (grades between A and C) inc Maths

A Level Biology plus one of Chemistry, Physics or Maths


Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 3 at HC3. Subjects to include Maths

HC3 in Biology and in one of Chemistry, Physics or Maths



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