Dentistry

dentistry student

Bachelor of Oral Health

Three years full-time
UAC Code: 513700

Through practical learning and clinical placements, the Bachelor of Oral Health equips you with the required skills, knowledge and experience to deliver oral health education and promotion, dental hygiene and dental therapy services to patients and communities throughout Australia and New Zealand.

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E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 78.00

Recommended studies:
Biology and/or Chemistry.

If you would like to add to your knowledge in these areas, we offer bridging courses for Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics. Attendance at bridging courses is not compulsory and attending them cannot replace the course requirements.

Selection criteria:
Entry to this course is based on the following three factors: 1) Personal Qualities Assessment (PQA), 2) Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI) and 3) an ATAR.

Please note registration is not needed. The School of Oral Health will notify students of the PQA registration, test and interview dates as part of the E12 assessment process. The PQA may be held earlier than the standard PQA.


Faculty support

  • E12 Hotline, open mid-January, to assist with enrolment enquiries
  • Welcome session for students and parents or support people (in conjunction with orientation)
  • Progression meetings with BOH Academic Coordinator twice a semester during the first year