Hey! just wondering if anybody can give me some advice! I have always wanted to work in the field of denistry but when applying for university i did not have the right A-levels (I did chemistry, business studies and french, but biology was required) so i decided to do accounting and management which I enjoyed at school. Now in my 3rd year, I have very little interest in accounting and still want to pursue a career in the dental industry. what would be the best way for me to do this: i was thinkin of applying for a dental hygiene course, as i wouldnt be able to fund a dentistry degree course, or should I do biology a level first?! im so confused!!!!!!!! do any unis let you on the course if you do an unrelated degree subject?
sorry if this has already been answered elsewhere but I couldnt find any information relevant to my situation!
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- Thread Starter
- 25-01-2010 23:09
- 26-01-2010 15:05
there is a foundation dentistry course for those who didnt do the required a-levels. it is competitive and is 6yrs.
not sure about therapy/hygiene requirements, sorry!