The course program is run in accordance with the Licensing Regulations for Dentists. The program, which comprises 10 semesters, is divided into pre-clinical (5 semesters) and clinical dentistry (5 semesters). As part of their clinical training, students will be supervised by professionals, and actively involved in the treatment of patients. The course options offered range from microscopic anatomy to surgical techniques. Students are required to pass preliminary examinations in science and dentistry during the first part of the course. The second part concludes when students take the dental licensing examination (Staatsexamen).
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In June 2014, the course received accreditation for a duration of two years.
This followed an external review, which also included an inspection of our facilities, and a review of our financial staffing resources. The reviewers also focused their attention on the concept and structure of the program, our, decision-making, admissions and examination processes, and scrutinized students' opinions on course and conditions, the demographics of students, and the quality of student support. The accreditation was subject to conditions and recommendations, and is valid until 10th June 2016.