Anglia Foundation has sent students to Britain to do the following destistry courses:
-At the University of Glasgow
Glasgow Dental Hospital & School is located in the centre of Glasgow with up-to-date facilities for patient care, student clinical practice and training, and education and research in dental and oral diseases and disorders.
- Dentistry at Glasgow is ranked equal second in the UK for student satisfaction, with our students reporting satisfaction levels of 96% (Unistats 2010).
- 98% of the Dentistry graduates are either in work or further study (Unistats 2010).
- Dentistry research at Glasgow is rated in the top ten in the UK, according to the most recent independent survey of research quality (RAE 2008).
The BDS curriculum produces dental practitioners who are highly skilled, reflective and caring, and who are capable of making a major contribution to the health of the communities in which they will work.
-At Queen’s University Belfast
The Dental Course at Queen’s is seen as one of the most progressive in the UK and has always been recognised for its high teaching standards. Dental graduates from Queen’s have made a marked impact on national and international dentistry.
Dentistry at Queen’s has been responsible for delivering dental education in Northern Ireland since 1920. It has been situated at its current site since 1965 and underwent a significant expansion in 1994. A full refurbishment is underway which will ensure that dental students at Queen’s have access to the most modern clinical facilities of any UK Dental School.
The course is based on the requirements of the UK General Dental Council (GDC) and was rated number one in UK by the Times Good University Guide in 2008.