Facts & figures
Global leaders in dentistry
- #33 in the world 2018 QS Subject Rankings
Facts & figures
The Sydney Dental School is a leader in oral health education and research. Our courses produce dental practitioners, oral health professionals, dental specialists and researchers of the highest calibre.
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The dental team is made up of a number of dental professionals who have different roles in the effective treatment of individual patients and whole populations.
There are a number of rewarding career options for our graduates which include:
After studying a Doctor of Clinical Dentistry, you could specialise in:
Download the Dentistry Study Pathways Guide (pdf, 40KB) to see where our degrees can take you.
We are committed to lifelong learning, offering options for students seeking to enter a career in dentistry and oral health or for dental professionals looking to progress at all stages of their career.
This three-year, full-time undergraduate course qualifies graduates to become an oral health therapist.
This is a seven-year, full-time course for high school leavers with outstanding results and a passion for improving people's lives through oral health. You will first complete a Bachelor of Science (Advanced) (three years) before entering the Doctor of Dental Medicine (four years). Entry for this course is highly competitive.
This is a four-year, full-time graduate entry course. As a graduate of the DMD you are eligible for immediate registration with the Dental Board of Australia. This program is available to applicants who have completed a recognised undergraduate degree in any discipline.
We also offer further postgraduate training for dentists who have completed at least two years of general practice. The completion of the Primary Fellowship Examination of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons (RACDS) or its equivalent is highly desirable.
We offer postgraduate courses in:
Population Oral Health units of study are offered through the Master of Public Health or the Master of Global Health degrees at the Sydney School of Public Health. Students must include the following three dental elective units in their program of study: Preventive Dentistry, Dental Health Services, and Population Oral Health.
This is a two-year full-time, or four-year part-time research degree. It may also be used as a foundation to commencing a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).
This is a four-year full-time research degree.