About the UQ Oral Health Centre
The University of Queensland School of Dentistry is recognised nationally and internationally for providing leading-edge dental education and for its contributions to dental research, which have been independently rated as “above world class.”
The UQ School of Dentistry has now relocated to the UQ Oral Health Centre (UQOHC) located on the UQ Herston campus, alongside the UQ Centre for Clinical Research (UQCCR) and Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.
The UQOHC is the nation’s largest and most advanced tertiary oral health facility and brings together renowned academics and researchers, leading practitioners and top tier students who are united by their passion to improve the lives of everyday Australians through better dental care.
UQ School of Dentistry
UQ Dental School’s dentistry program has been in operation for more 75 years, and is one of Australia’s longest-running dental programs and also its highest-ranked dental program. The Bachelor of Dental Science (BDSc) (Honours) program which provides students with the knowledge, skills and attitude they require in order to become competent practitioners of dentistry. These include the application of scientific principles to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases and abnormalities. First-year students are introduced to dental practice and oral rehabilitation, and also undertake courses in oral biosciences and biomedical foundations in oral health. The remaining four years of the program consist of three years of applied dental science and one year (34 weeks) of extramural clinical practice.
Program: Bachelor of Dental Science
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester Intake: February
Program Duration: 5 years
Application Deadline: October 31, 2015