The postgraduate Master’s programme in Oral Health Sciences is a three-year degree programme offered by the Academic Centre for Dentistry Amsterdam (ACTA). This full-time programme is taught in English and offers a unique combination of theoretical training and clinical skills. Oral Health Sciences is intended for ambitious Dutch and international dentists with a few years' work experience in a general practice who are seeking to deepen, broaden and complement their knowledge and prior education and wish to specialise in one of the following graduation profiles:
What makes Oral Health Sciences unique?
- Small-scale environment: 1-4 students per graduation profile per year.
- Joint theoretical programme combined with profile-specific seminars and clinical courses.
- Multidisciplinary approach: knowledge exchange between five different profiles within the field of dentistry.
- State-of-the-art facilities, laboratories and clinics.
- ACTA is the only university in Europe that offers such a postgraduate Master’s programme in Oral Health Sciences.
Graduates find work as specialised dentists, academic or clinical teachers, PhD students/researchers or a mix of these professions.
Outline of the programme
This is a full-time, three-year programme (180 ECTS in total, 60 ECTS per year) with an average minimum time commitment of 40 hours per week. Depending on the chosen graduation profile, students will be at ACTA 3-5 days per week. Click here for more facts & figures.
The annual tuition fees differ per profile, ranging between €12,500 and €23,000.
For more info, see: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
For more information about your application, please click here.
|dr. Peter Wetselaar
|Katie Crouwel, MA