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    Hi! I applied for dentistry and I've received an offer from the place I wanted. However, the offer is only conditional so I have no idea what to do if I miss the grades. I was wondering if it's possible to study Dentistry in Italy. I know that you can definitely do medicine in English in one of the universities in Milan but I dont know about dentistry. Also I heard about a possibility of doing it in Prague but I'm particularly interested in Italy or Spain
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    But as far as I know there aren't many universities that offer dentistry in English.
    Have you thought about Sweden or Norway?
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    (Original post by iluvmilka)
    Hi! I applied for dentistry and I've received an offer from the place I wanted. However, the offer is only conditional so I have no idea what to do if I miss the grades. I was wondering if it's possible to study Dentistry in Italy. I know that you can definitely do medicine in English in one of the universities in Milan but I dont know about dentistry. Also I heard about a possibility of doing it in Prague but I'm particularly interested in Italy or Spain
    I think you can do medicine at San Raffaele in Milan and in Pavia, but I've looked ont he websited and they don't do dentistry courses in english. I don't know other universities because those are the only ones I visited as I've never wanted to study in Italy! Just be aware that dentistry takes 5 years and medical courses in Italy tend to be less practical than in England (this is what i heard though, I dont have any direct experience). Anyway, you could always take a gap year and reapply next year after yo've learned the language lol
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    But as far as I know there aren't many universities that offer dentistry in English.
    Have you thought about Sweden or Norway?

    The school in Valencia looks amazing. However, it says that the pre-clinical part is taught in English whilst the rest is in Spanish (not good, I'd rather understand what I'm doing) plus the fees are ridiculously high!
    I haven't thought about Sweden or Norway. Do they do any courses in English?

    And thank you for your help Much appreciated !
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    (Original post by costy)
    I think you can do medicine at San Raffaele in Milan and in Pavia, but I've looked ont he websited and they don't do dentistry courses in english. I don't know other universities because those are the only ones I visited as I've never wanted to study in Italy! Just be aware that dentistry takes 5 years and medical courses in Italy tend to be less practical than in England (this is what i heard though, I dont have any direct experience). Anyway, you could always take a gap year and reapply next year after yo've learned the language lol

    You're probably right about the practical aspect. A lot of European countires don't put too much emphasis on that, instead they concentrate a bit too much on theory. Plus I'd want to go back to the UK once I graduate so studying here would be more beneficial . Thanks for help
 
 
 
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