University of Liverpool

Overview

The Liverpool School of Dentistry offers a unique research-connected learning environment that focuses on developing each individual. Integrated Learning with dental therapy students builds mutual respect and understanding of the varied roles of the dental team. Liverpool School of Dentistry allows students to qualify as a professional capable of providing compassionate, evidence-based, holistic dental care to patients.

Key points

  •  Problem-Based Learning used for teaching
  •  Clinical Experience in Year 1
  • Very Competitive

About the university Compare

Key Information
Emaildentenq@liverpool.ac.uk
Phone number0151 706 5298
Course Information
Teaching stylePBL/Integrated
Clinical Experience in Year 1. Students learn alongside dental therapy students.
Course length5 years
BSCN/A
Courses offered1 course offered
Undergraduate and Graduate entry - 5 years
Graduate entryYes
Foundation or accessNo
University Life
Local areaLiverpool
Greenbank student village and popular student areas are around 20 minutes from campus
Social lifeLiverpool is a multicultural city with a thriving nightlife and a wide range of sports on offer. There are 200 student-run societies, along with a wide range of volunteering projects.
Interview
Interview styleMMI
Interview datesLate January – Beginning of March
Interview topicsN/A
Admissions Tests
UCATThere is not a set UCAT cut off. The UCAT score will be considered along with the personal statement and academic attainments. Applicants placed in band 4 in SJT are unlikely to be considered.
BMATN/A
GAMSATN/A
Academic Requirements
GSCEGrades required:
· 5 subjects at grade A/7 and 3 subjects at grade B/6
· Grade 6/A achieved in English Language, Maths and Science
A-levelAAA is common
Subjects required: Chemistry and Biology
Grades required: AAA
Retake policyNo
Students who retake their A Levels will not be considered.
Scottish highersSubjects required: Chemistry and Biology
Grades required: AAAAA
Scottish advancedSubjects required: Chemistry and Biology
Grades required: AAA
IBGrades required: 36 points
Subjects required: 6 in Higher Level Chemistry and Biology
Bachelor's Degree (Gradutes Only)Minimum of a 2:1 Honours Degree
A minimum of 3 A Levels at grade ABB including Chemistry and Biology.
A minimum of 7 GCSEs at grade B/6 or above in Mathematics, English Language and a Science subject.
Statistics
Applications in 19/20Total number of home applicants: 783
Interviews in 19/20Total number of applicants interviewed: 333
Offers in 19/20Total number of offers:155
Success rate in 19/20Application success rate:
Offers per applicant: 1 in 5.1
Interview success rate:
Offers per interview: Approximately 1 in 2.1

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