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Doctor of Dentistry

5 years

€14850 pa

Programme profile

The dentistry programme is ten-semesters-long; students who successfully complete the programme and pass the Final Board exams at the end of the training period are granted the Doctor of Dental Medicine (D.M.D.) degree.

There are further possibilities for additional specialisation in Paedodontics and Orthodontics, in Dento-alveolar Surgery and Periodontology, as well as in Conservative and Prosthodontic Dentistry in three-year accredited postgraduate residency programmes.

Currently, there are nearly 800 dental students studying at the Faculty, 40 percent of whom are international. The Faculty has 100 full-time and part-time professors and tutors. The major theoretical and clinical subjects are taught by the Faculty of Medicine.

The fee is converted from US$ 18,2000 at the rate current on 01.03.18

* some later applications may be accepted

Programme content

Year 1: Anatomy, Histology & Embryology; Dental Materials; Medical Chemistry; Cell Biology; Hungarian Medical Terminology; Physical Education; Biophysics; Medical Biochemistry; Preventive Dentistry; First Aid; Medical Informatics; Dental Lab Practice; Dental Psychology; Medical Sociology; Dental Ethics; nursing Practice [2 weeks]

Year 2: Anatomy, Histology & Embryology: Medical Biochemistry; Medical Physiology; Ordontotechnology; Hungarian Medical Terminology; Physical Education; Conservative Dentistry

Year 3: Conservative Dentistry; Microbiology; Pathophysiology; Hungarian Medical Terminology; Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery; Oral Pathology; Pathology; Preventive Dentistry; Prosthodontics; Internal Medicine; Oral Biology; Radiation Protection; Dental-Alveolar Practice [1-2 weeks]

Year 4: General & Dental Radiology: Conservative Dentistry; Internal Medicine; Periodontology; Pharmacology; Prosthodontics; Oral Diagnostics; Orthodontics; neurology; Psychiatry; Dental Ethics; Public Health; Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery; Surgery; Medical Sociology; Implantology; Dental Psychology; Gnathology; General Dental Practice [4 weeks practical]

Year 5: Clinical Dentistry; Conservative Dentistry; Forensic Dentistry; Opthalmology; Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery; Implantology; Orthodontics; Pediatrics; Paedodontics; Peridontology; Prehospital Emergency Medicine; Prosthodontics; Dermatology; Obstetrics


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.

The Faculty of Dentistry has an accredited Ph.D. Programme: Research in the Dental Sciences.

Entry Requirements

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

Biology & Chemistry not required but needed for Entrance Examination

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at HC3. Subjects to include Maths



Yes: Letter of Motivation

01 January

26 May