Orthodontics

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MSc

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Full Time

| Admissions status: Closed
Academic and practical teaching covering all aspects of orthodontic diagnosis and care including normal development; growth modifications; fixed appliances and the biological principles of orthodontic tooth movement. Participation in related research programmes, including: laboratory materials investigations; clinical studies and biological investigations. University of Malta joint degree option.

Dentistry graduate class
KEY BENEFITS
  • The sole means of specialist training in orthodontics.
  • Includes formal teacher training to allow the you to qualify with a Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice, requires that you are exposed to teaching scenarios and undergraduate orthodontic teaching.
  • e-Learning material developed to create a learning resource that can be accessed from outside the campus to supplement your education. 
KEY FACTS
Programme leader/s
Professor Fraser McDonald
Accreditation
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the Inter-Collegiate Board of the English and Glasgow Royal Surgical Colleges have approved the programme for award of the MOrth diploma after completion of specialist training. Candidates are able to conjointly take the MSc and MOrth Edinburgh in one sitting. Further details are available on request.
Awarding institution
King's College London (in collaboration with University of Malta where appropriate)
Pathways
A pathway linked to the joint degree with the University of Malta is available for specificed candidates, with students receiving teaching and undertaking clinical and research work in Malta
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 180/ECTS 90
Duration
Three years FT, October to September.
Location
Guy's and Denmark Hill campuses. University of Malta for joint degree candidates.
Student destinations
Students use this programme for career development.
Year of entry 2014
Offered by
St Thomas' Campus