You probably already know that dental schools in Europe carry a high standard of education. Their degrees are acknowledged and respected worldwide and the doctors that graduate from them are very well prepared.
If you’ve already chosen to study dentistry in Europe you’ve made your first step on the right track. However, many students hesitate as to which university they should choose to study in.
These are the 4 best dental schools in Europe you should consider studying dentistry abroad. There are many great schools in Europe to study dentistry but when it comes to selection, there are a few exceptional schools you should consider.
This university has a long history of educating extremely professional doctors and dentists who have made themselves famous throughout the world for their skill and competence. Košice is a city with a lot of history and cultural heritage that makes living there a remarkable experience.
This medical school has been established not long after the end of World War II in 1948 after a huge rise in demand for healthcare specialists.
Medicine tuition €10,500/year
Dentistry tuition €11,000/year
Here is a full breakdown of the living costs in Slovakia.
Note: Medlink Students charges NO agency fee for this university. This means that we process your application completely for free and you are only paying for your tuition fees.
This is currently the most popular option for studying dentistry in Romania. It isn’t a very known fact that there is a very big number of doctors and mainly dentists in the UK who have indeed graduated from Romania. These make some of the finest specialists.
Bucharest itself is a jewel, a top tourist destination nowadays with whole 91 museums! A lot of day trips are offered one of which is to the Castle of Count Dracula in Transylvania.
Dentistry and Medicine:
- €7000/year for EU students
- €9000/year for non-EU students
Living costs are around €300 per month
Nowadays a lot of British students fail to get accepted into a medical school in the UK and then they decide to pursue another degree in healthcare – physiotherapy, radiology, microbiology etc. When they graduate they are actually eligible for the most appealing 3-year course for graduate entry medicine in this university which altogether makes it the most popular dental school in Europe.
The city is lively and full of students. There are a lot of restaurants and nightclubs so you’ll always have something to do. What’s more, living costs are unbelievably low.
Both for medicine and dentistry they are €4000 the first year and €2800/year thereafter. Graduate entry fees, however, differ slightly.
The oldest and most reputable medical school in Bulgaria, the medical university of Sofia is the choice for a lot of international students annually.
More than 11,000 students from 58 countries have graduated from MU-Sofia as certified Doctors of Dental Medicine.
The clinical rotations take place in several hospitals some of which are centre points for the whole of Western Bulgaria. Therefore students undergo heavy practical training and graduate as already very experienced doctors.
Dentistry and Medicine course: €8000/year
We have created a complete breakdown of living costs in Bulgaria which are also on the low end.
Most of these dental universities offer postgraduate specialisations too. Some of those are:
- Oral Surgery;
- Oral Pathology
- Special Care Dentistry
- Paediatric Dentistry;
- Endo and Periodontics;
- Dental Hygiene;
- Restorative Dentistry.
Europe is rich in so many ways. From history to culture to cuisines to traditions and everything in-between. Studying medicine or dentistry abroad is a phenomenal once-in-a-lifetime experience.