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Health Sciences


Doctor of Dentistry

5 years

€12200 pa

Programme profile

The Dentistry Unit was established at the Faculty of Medicine of the University and Technical University in Wroclaw in 1947 and soon , the school of dentistry became part of the Wroclaw Medical University, becoming a full Faculty in 2000. The Faculty is one of five in Poland, accredited by the State Accreditation Committee. There are currently over 500 students in the Faculty. In recent years this number includes English-speaking students.

Fees conversed from Pol Zloty 52,500, as at 01.06.18

Programme content

Part I of the programme the preclinical two years , is devoted to: chemistry, biophysics, biology, anatomy, histology, embryology, cytophysiology, biochemistry, computing techniques, physiology, Latin, physical education, first aid and resuscitation and facultative courses. Preclinical dental courses includes: anatomy of teeth, physiology of masticatory systems, ergonomics in dentistry, dental materials, preventive dentistry, preclinical conservative dentistry and preclinical endodontics. Students must take a course in the Polish language during these two years in order to be able to communicate with the patients from the third year onwards.

Part II of the programme, the clinical third years, starts in the third year with pathomorphology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, microbiology, immunology. A full spectrum spectrum of clinical sciences will be covered by the end of the fifth year, including: internal medicine, genera? surgery, paediatrics, physiology of pregnancy, neurology, infectious diseases, emergency and disaster medicine, dermatology, psychiatry, ophthalmology, radiology, otorhinolaryngology, forensic medicine, managements and economics in public health , anaesthesiology, medical ethics and clinical oncology.Clinical dental courses include: conservative dentistry (six semesters), prosthetic dentistry (six semesters), oral surgery (four semesters), orthodontics (four semesters), paedodontic dentistry (three semesters), periodontology (two semesters), dental radiology, clinical radiology, dysfunction of the masticatory system, maxillo-facial surgery and oral pathology.

Students are required to do clinical training with night and weekend attendance. And, every year, complete a four-week full-time practical training is obligatory during the summer vacation, in several fields of study


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, in Chemistry, Biology & Physics [or Maths]

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at H5. Subjects to include Chemistry Biology & Maths OR Physics




Candidates selected by Grade Point Average (GPA)

19 February

09 July