Thinking of applying to an Australian Dental School?
UQ School of Dentistry
The Bachelor of Dental Science (BDSc) (Honours) program within the UQ School of Dentistry follows a unique educational model which gives the graduating students extensive experience through clinical placements prior to their graduation.
The UQ Dental School is a major patient treatment facility in Queensland, with students providing treatments to patients on a fee-for-service basis, and to patients eligible for treatment within public dental services. Students of the school make a significant contribution to the treatment of patients with Queensland Health community and school clinics, and the school has a very close working relationship with Queensland Health as well as with dental public health services in Tasmania and in the Northern Territory. The school works closely with Aboriginal medical services in delivering dental care by students on placements.
Bachelor of Dental Science (Honours) at the University of Queensland
Entry Requirements for the UQ Dentistry Program
- completed a high school diploma;
- completed prerequisite subjects Grade 12 English and Chemistry;
- attained an average of 98% or higher in their top six Grade 12 classes; and
- not have completed any post-secondary studies.
To be eligible to apply, you must have
- partially or fully completed an undergraduate degree;
- completed prerequisite subjects including Grade 12 English and Chemistry as a minimum or equivalent subjects at university level; and
- have achieved a minimum cumulative GPA of 6.5 on a 7-point scale in university studies.
Additionally, all international applicants (those who have completed high school and/or university studies) will be required to sit the International Student Admissions Test (ISAT). For more information about the ISAT test, please visit the ACER ISAT website. There is no minimum ISAT score indicated by UQ Dentistry. Applicants should strive to achieve the highest score possible.