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Griffith Dental School still accepting applications for February 2015

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Still considering Australian Dental Schools in Australia for the upcoming February 2015 intake? 

Griffith University is still accepting applications from Canadian students to their Dental School program.


Griffith University Dental School, located at the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia offers a five year undergraduate program.  Applications close September 30th.

Griffith’s Dental School offers an undergraduate Dental Program so DAT/MCATs are not required!  High school and any universities transcripts will be.





As the first new dental school in almost 60 years Griffith University Dental School offers a unique suite of oral health degree programs including Australia’s first Dental Technology program at University level. Griffith leads the way in delivering innovative oral health programs focused on comprehensive patient care delivered through the teamwork of dentists, oral health therapists and dental technologists.

Hands-on experience

Work alongside qualified oral health professionals in our dental clinic and commercial dental laboratory. In addition Griffith University students will have the opportunity to gain extensive clinical or laboratory experience on placement in a wide range of settings (state schools, rural and remote, indigenous and aged care).

Cutting-edge facilities

You’ll enjoy some of Australia’s newest oral health facilities at Griffith University:

  • 96 chair dental clinic including special purpose dental facilities
  • modern laboratories including a commercial dental laboratory
  • state-of-the-art simulation laboratory
  • adjacent to the new Gold Coast Hospital
  • located on the beautiful Gold Coast

If you want to make a difference, Griffith can show you how a healthy smile can change lives.


In March 2010, the Australian Dental Association and the Commission on Dental Accreditation of Canada signed a reciprocal agreement that recognises graduates of accredited dental programs in Australia and Canada for certification. Unlike graduates of non-accredited programs, students who graduate from an accredited dental program in Australia after 2010 will not be required to do a two year qualifying program prior to applying for certification. Due to the agreement, graduates of accredited Australian programs will have the same certification processes as graduates of accredited Canadian programs.

Future dentists can access the National Dental Examining Board of Canada (NDEB), as well as the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials at


KOM Consultants is the Canadian Application Centre for Griffith University and other Dental Schools in Australia.