Studying Dentistry Abroad Vs. UK



Hey everyone!

In this video me and @theprocrastinatinggent will be discussing studying dentistry in the UK vs. Abroad, as it is getting closer to results day this is something to think about…

Here is the list of questions Ryan has answered in this video, I answer the same questions but from a UK student perspective:

1. Why did you choose to study abroad?

2. What grades do you need to get into a dental school abroad?

3. What is the application process for applying abroad?

4. How do you finance studying abroad?

5. How long is your course, how is it laid out in terms of clinical time, lectures etc?

6. Is it hard to travel back home?

7. Do you get homesick?

8. How do you communicate with patients?

9. How easy was it to make friends at uni?

10. Where can you practice after you graduate/Is your qualification recognised in the UK?

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Good luck with results and offers!

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4 Replies to “Studying Dentistry Abroad Vs. UK”

  1. Got sick of dentistry (studied in UK and US) and then set up practice in UK. Changed profession going back to do a Masters in Real Estate Investment & Finance and now have a good career (better pay and less stress plus more interesting work) in private equity real estate. Point is the skills and dedication you put yourself though dental skill can be transitioned to other careers.

  2. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3530872/The-EU-dentists-t-check-Foreign-practitioners-FOUR-times-likely-struck-Brussels-bans-crucial-checks-competence.html

    EEA graduated dentists (esp those who are UK residents) are just inferior to local UK graduates, partly because the difference in language and regulations, but more so because they are just not good enough for UK dental school in the first place.

  3. Would Brexit affect an EEA graduate being able to practice in the UK?

    Would your chances of getting a job in the UK be lower if you were to get a degree from a country in the EEA?

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