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University of Sydney Dental School Postgraduate Entry

  

Overview

The Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Sydney is the country’s oldest and longest running Dental program. University of Sydney Dental School has been training dental practitioners for more than 100 years, and they are now proud to announce the recent introduction to a 4 year Graduate Entry Dental program through their Dental School.

The Faculty of Dentistry at University of Sydney is one of the largest of the five Dental Schools in Australia and is housed within the Sydney Dental Hospital (SDH), Surry Hills and the Westmead Centre of Oral Health (WCOH), Westmead Hospital

Graduates of The University of Sydney’s DMD program will be fully qualified to practice dentistry upon completion of the degree, as well as being able to sit for the Dental Examining Board of Canada (DEB) examination to practice as a dentist (in Canada).

Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements

DUE TO COVID 19 – ENTRY REQUIREMENTS/TIMELINES FOR 2021 INTAKE HAVE BEEN REVISED

Application rounds for 2021 intake

Applications open Mid April

Applications close 23 July (Australia time)

GPA Requirements

Completed undergraduate degree from any area with an equivalent GPA of 2.7 out of 4 from a Canadian or American university.  All years weighted equally.

All DMD applicants are required to have completed a human biological science degree or, as a minimum, completed one semester of a Human Biology subject equivalent to the University of Sydney unit of study “Human Biology” (BIOL1003).

ADMISSIONS TEST RESULTS (GAMSAT, MCAT, DAT, CDAT)

Important – for 2021 entry DAT/CDAT results must have been obtained no earlier than February 2018.

Admissions test results must be submitted with your application and a hard copy mailed to Sydney must be received  by 29 July 2020.

DAT/CDAT requirement is minimum score of 15 in each section to be considered for interview (Manual Dexterity Test component of the CDAT is not included).

INTERVIEW *** NOTE: FOR 2021 INTAKE INTERVIEWS WILL NOT BE REQUIRED

Assessments will be based on DAT/CDAT/MCAT results

For equally ranked students, Sydney may implement an interview or situational judgement test requested to break the tie.

First round offers will go out mid September 

Professional Recognition

Professional Recognition

The University of Sydney’s Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) program is fully accredited by the Australian Dental Council.

Graduates from The University of Sydney’s Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) program will be fully qualified to practice dentistry upon completion of the degree, as well as being eligible to sit for the Dental Examining Board of Canada (DEB) examination to practice as a Dentist (in Canada).

In 2010, the Australian Dental Council and the Commission on Dental accreditation of Canada signed a reciprocal agreement which allows accredited graduates of either body to practice Dentistry in Australia or Canada. This means Canadian students returning home with dentistry degrees from accredited Australian Dental Schools can follow the same licensing process as Canadian domestic graduates. Canadian license will be fully granted upon successful completion of the National Exam administered through the Canadian National Dental Examining Board (NDEB)

All Australian Dental Schools offered through KOM Consultants are fully accredited back in Canada.

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ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Award Title:Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD)
Length of Program:4 years full time
Intake:March
Application Deadline:mid July Australia time
Number of Seats Available:Approximately 45 International
Interview:SKYPE interview – see Entry Requirements
DAT/CDATRequired – see Entry Requirements
Annual Tuition Fees:Contact KOM Consultants for latest tuition fees 1-877-318-8203
Faculty:Health Sciences
Country:Australia