Facts & figures
Global leaders in dentistry
- #33 in the world 2018 QS Subject Rankings
- 88% full-time employed within 12-months of graduating (GOS 2017)
Facts & figures
For more than 100 years, Sydney Dental School has been providing education and training in dentistry and oral health, offering a range of study options for students seeking to enter the profession, dental practitioners looking to progress their careers and researchers.
These courses are open to dentists who have completed at least two years of general practice.
Completion of the Primary Fellowship Examination of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons (RACDS) or its equivalent is highly desirable.
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.
Continuing Education in Dentistry (CED) is a leading provider of continuing professional development courses for the whole dental team.
From short courses through to seminars, we offer a variety of flexible options to assist with your professional learning and CPD requirements, with programs available throughout the year.
Learn more about what to expect from our DMD/Double Degree Dentistry students
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.
General dentistry and oral health career paths:
Specialist dentistry and oral health career paths include: