Open day: 6th October 2018- Register your interest today
Start dates: 29th January 2019
CPD: 265 verifiable hours
Duration: 2 years part time (11 taught units taking place approximately every 6-8 weeks)
2019 Fees: £23,000 (non-members), £20,700 (FGDP members)
Monthly Direct Debits
Early Bird Discount: Apply before 28th September 2018 for a £250 discount
Application deadline: 16th November 2018
- Hold current registration with the UK General Dental Council or equivalent in another country.
- High demand for Implant Dentistry in your current line of work.
- Hold indemnity or insurance cover at an appropriate level.
- Have a high level of competence in English. (IELTS Level 7 or equivalent)
If you have any further questions, please contact us on 0207 869 6755 or by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
University Rey Juan Carlos - Madrid
Graduates of this Diploma can apply to complete for a MSc in Dental Implantology, specifically designed for FGDP graduates, at University Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid. Details of the programme here.
For further information, please contact Dr David Madruga at email@example.com
University of Leeds
Graduates of this Diploma can apply to complete the MSc programme in Clinical Dentistry (Implant Dentistry). For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN)
Graduates of this Diploma can apply to complete the MSc programme in Implantology at UCLAN. For further information, please contact email@example.com
Graduates of this Diploma can apply to complete the MSc Dental Implantology qualification at Edge Hill University. For more information, please contact the Faculty of Health and Social Care Enterprise and Partnerships Team at Edge Hill directly on 01695 657249 or firstname.lastname@example.org
"the Diploma in Implant Dentistry covered all the aspects of teaching that I was looking for as well the option to extend the Diploma to an Msc if I wanted to study further. It was also a qualification that was looked upon favourably amongst the profession.
I would say to anyone thinking about this course that it has been worth the money and time. My patients, my practice and my referral colleagues have all benefitted this experience. It does require a reasonable amount of commitment during the 2 years and also for preparation for the final assessment, but once you get used to the level of commitment it can be comfortably done while working in practice.
Former participant and now a course tutor