Why King's College London Dental Institute?
One of the top Universities for Dentistry
King’s College London has been highly rated as one of the top universities for dentistry in the UK, according to the most recent subject rankings of universities by the Complete University Guide. King's College London is also ranked joint 19th in the world in the 2015-16 QS World University Rankings of the top 850 global higher education institutions.
International reputation for teaching and research
The Dental Institute at King’s College London is the largest in the UK. It contains the largest critical mass of teachers and resources available in UK dental education. The clinical facilities are all modern and resources for the preparation of students in the practice of dentistry and specialist training, are excellent. King’s College London Dental Institute offers the widest range of programmes at undergraduate or postgraduate level in the UK.
Teaching at the Dental Institute is research-led and is therefore, strongly linked to the latest thinking in dentistry and related oral sciences. At both the undergraduate and taught postgraduate levels, students are taught by national and world authorities in virtually every area of dentistry, with many having written or contributed to the standard textbooks in their subjects. Our community of research postgraduates comprises dental and science graduates, who work on a wide variety of topics that include cell biology, social science, clinical research and educational research.
Situated in the heart of London, King's College London Dental Institute has good transport links to all its campuses. The opportunity to work at multiple campuses offers undergraduates the ability to practise dentistry on a large and varied patient population and allows students to graduate having had wide experience and additional knowledge of diverse patient care issues.
The Guy’s Campus allows students the opportunity to meet and study with many other students of King’s College London, especially those from Medicine, Physiotherapy and Biomedical Sciences.
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