Meet your career development aspirations as a dentistry professional through our taught master's courses in a range of areas and specialisms.
Study on a campus-based course and you'll receive a significant amount of clinical exposure – up to six weekly sessions.
You could work on a range of clinical cases from Greater Manchester's large patient population, including complex cases, while learning from experienced consultant-level clinicians.
Why choose Manchester?
Prepare for specialty exams
Our three-year MSc (Clin) courses develop the skills and experience you need to become eligible to take the Royal College of Surgeons examinations appropriate to your specialty, including attachments at the Royal College in London and work experience in some of the north-west's best hospitals.
Get ready for a research career
If you want to undertake a PhD after your master's, you'll benefit from studying at a university conducting research impacting the delivery and quality of dental care, and reducing oral health inequalities.
You'll be encouraged to attend and present at conferences, and you can choose either a lab- or review-based dissertation topic.
From our students
- Endodontics (Dental Specialties) (MSc)
- Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics (MSc)
- Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (Dental Specialties) (MSc/PGDip)
- Master of Public Health (Dental Public Health) (MPH)
- Medical and Health Education (PGCert)
MSc (Clin) courses (3 years)
These courses offer full clinical specialty training and include eligibility to sit the Royal College of Surgeons examinations.
PhD with integrated master's
If you're planning to undertake a PhD after your master's, our Integrated PhD programme will enable you to combine your postgraduate taught course with a related PhD project in biology, medicine or health.
Making an application
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