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The Dental education program at our Universities in Georgia, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Uzbekistan, and Poland as usual lasts for 5-6 academic years. Students shall be required to:

  • attend specified tutorials, laboratory or practical sessions, field courses, examinations, and other events; 
  • to provide themselves with such books, equipment, and other materials as are necessary for the course; 
  • to submit items of work, including essays, dissertations, and project reports, by such dates as may be instructed. 

All such instructions shall be given to the students in writing at the beginning of the course concerned. 

The studying process allows them to study how to determine the leading clinical symptoms and syndromes, using preliminary data of the patient’s anamnesis, data of the patient’s examination, knowledge about the person, their organs, and systems, and establish a probable nosological or syndromic preliminary clinical diagnosis of dental diseases. Students are taught how to collect information about the general condition of the patient, determine the final clinical diagnosis in accordance with the relevant ethical and legal norms, diagnose urgent conditions in all circumstances, plan and implement measures to prevent dental diseases among the population, prevent the spread of dental diseases and carry out treatment of major dental diseases according to existing algorithms and standard schemes.

First years of the Course students spend studying mostly theoretical disciplines, and from the fourth year, they begin to study clinical disciplines. The Departments of Anatomy, Histology, Normal Physiology, Biochemistry, and General Chemistry in our partner Universities with their great traditions in the organization of the educational process, and highly qualified teachers usually do curriculums and schedules for teaching their disciplines, considering the specifics of the department. 


All Departments in our partner Universities have well-equipped studying rooms for students to master the introductory course, and the necessary number of visual aids and special equipment has been purchased. Both teachers and students are involved in the edition of manuals at the university. The Laboratory of Metal-Ceramics and the Laboratory of High-Frequency Melting and Casting of Dental Prostheses are specially equipped in all our partner Universities. 


Students study the main current problems of Dentistry as caries, periodontosis, and diseases of the mucous membrane in the mouth cavity at special Dental Offices. The main objective of the Department of Dentistry in our partner Universities is to improve higher dental education and increase the quality of training young and prominent dentists. The Dental Departments have developed and applied a set of methodological ways to optimize the educational process, focused on strengthening the student’s cognitive activity, developing the habit of educational and research work, and providing creative methods of approach to professional activity. The Department of Dentistry assists students in acquiring a deep knowledge of Dental Science. 


The medium of instruction in all our partner Universities’ Dentistry Courses is English. The admission requirements differ across universities. Generally, students who attain higher marks in the qualifying examinations and the Medical Entrance Examinations conducted by various agencies are accepted onto the Dental Course. Qualifications in chemistry and/or biology are requirements for most universities, with physics and mathematics also viewed by many as complementary relevant subjects. The expected grade standards for Dentistry are broadly higher than most subjects, as is true for all medical degrees. 

Students take basic medical and biological subjects as well as various clinical disciplines required for dentists.

  • Clinical Dentistry;
  • Pharmacology;
  • Periodontics;
  • Geriatric Dentistry;
  • Fixed Prosthodontics;
  • Oral Pathology;
  • Dental Materials;
  • Occlusion;
  • Dental Anatomy and Panoramic Radiography.

The evaluation methods in our partner University studying programs may include: 

  • For theoretical courses: written exams, offering exercises in written reports or lecturing, oral exams, and computer interactive exams;
  • Practical and clinical courses: observation of the clinical performance of the students during the program, objective structured clinical examination (OSCE), objective structured lab. 

In case of successfully passing final examinations, the graduates are given the Dentistry Degree. The curriculum provides for further postgraduate education. The awarded degree is a Bachelor of Dental Science.


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