Our dentistry students use an array of facilities to learn both the practical skills and theoretical knowledge that they need to successfully work as a dentist.
Students undertake practical learning with real patients at the University Dental Hospital of Manchester, which is located close to our other learning facilities at the heart of the campus, as well as in outreach clinics.
As well as lectures, dental students undertake classes in life science laboratories, the anatomy dissection room and our clinical and technical skills facilities, which include patient simulators and a range of dental equipment.
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Our facilities: in pictures
Our dentistry courses have a long history and an an excellent reputation. In 1885, an undergraduate dental training course was recognised by the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
We offer one-year and three-year clinical MSc courses in the major dental specialties, with many of our three-year courses conferring eligibility for the Royal College specialty examinations.
We provide a stimulating learning environment that helps our graduates secure leadership positions in clinical and academic institutions worldwide.
We have an international reputation for outstanding research that covers areas from stem cell research and genetics to clinical trials and systematic reviews.
Our research in dentistry as well as other areas of the Faculty was judged to be excellent in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF).