Germany is known not only for its rich culture and comprehensive history but also for its exemplary education. Universities in Germany are recognized internationally, indicating high education standards. Several universities in this central European country offer degrees in dentistry.
Saarland University Hospital offers structured medical study in a unique context. The medical school is located on the grounds of said hospital and employs faculty members who are experts in their fields. Winter semester marks the start of classes for dentistry students, and it takes 10 semesters to finish a degree in dentistry. The coursework includes pre-clinical and clinical points of five semesters each.The pre-clinical period includes basic dental topics, including dental disciplines and scientific bases, biochemistry, anatomy and physiology. The clinical period, on the other hand, incorporates more intensive subjects concentrated on dentistry.
Saarland University Hospital Road Kirrberg Homburg/Saar 66421 Germany 011-49-06841-16-24919 uniklinikum-saarland.de/de
University of Tuebingen aims to prepare scientifically and practically trained dentists for license and practice of the profession. The school offers theoretical and practical training, including seminars and lectures in the first two years. Dentistry students learn relevant information about biochemistry, anatomy and physiology together with other medical students studying different disciplines. The remaining years of study are dedicated to subjects concentrating on the field of dentistry. The university prides itself on keeping class sizes small to ensure proper attention to students.
University Centre of Dentistry, Oral Medicine and Maxillofacial Surgery Osianderstr. 2-8 Tübingen 72026 Germany 011-49-7071-29-8152 medizin.uni-tuebingen.de
The Medical Center for Dental, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Phillips University was originally the Royal College of Dentistry. The medical center includes several departments, all dedicated to helping students become licensed dentists. The university concentrates on teaching patient education. Licensed professionals supervise students throughout the coursework, encouraging students to practice the profession as early as possible by immersing them in activities involving dental work. Students also use modern technology to enhance learning, and all the scientific activities they perform are based on recent diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
Phillips University of Marburg Medical Center for Dental, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery George-Voigt-Strasse 3 Marburg 35039 Germany 011-49-06421-586-3200 med.uni-marburg.de