We offer modern, practically oriented, internationally accredited courses in Dentistry. Our graduates are fully competitive physicians, scoring high in USMLE tests and securing jobs all over the world from the USA to Japan.
The curriculum of the study programme Dentistry is identical to the one pursued by Czech medical students, apart from being taught in English. It conforms to the European Union standards.
During the first three years of the programme, students have compulsory classes in the Czech language. A good grasp of Czech is required for communication with patients and with colleagues who may speak only Czech.
The study of Dentistry is divided into theoretical subjects (Anatomy, Physiology, Histology and Embryology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biophysics), and preclinical and clinical subjects (Microbiology, Pharmacology, Pathological Physiology, Surgery, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry).
The main emphasis is on specialized subjects such as Preventive Dentistry and Cardiology, Preclinical Dentistry, Prosthetic Technology, Dental Radiology, Orthodontics, Endodontics, Periodontics, Preservative Dentistry and Oral Surgery.
A crucial part of the programme is devoted to practical training. The study plan also includes courses on management, ethics, legislation and social aspects of dentistry. The Dentistry study programme is concluded with final state examinations in Preservative Dentistry, Orthodontics and Prosthetics, and Oral Surgery.
Degree and accreditation
At the graduation ceremony, the graduates in Dentistry are awarded the degree Doctor of Dentistry (Medicine Dentium Doctor, abbreviated as MDDr.). Graduates who are EU citizens may then practice dentistry within all countries of the European Economic Area. Graduates who are not EU citizens practice worldwide in countries where our Faculty is recognized.