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I've been thinking about applying to study dentistry abroad in Spain for 2020 entry and have been looking at a few options including:

Universidad Europea de Madrid
Universidad Catolica de Valencia
CEU Cardenal Herrera University

Is anyone currently studying/has studied dentistry at these unis and if so what has your experience been like? Would you recommend any of them?

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Have found anyone at this uni?
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I know 2 people who study dentistry in the top two schools you mentioned. UEM will take anyone, the grades they want aren’t really that high. The person I know that went there wasn’t really, let’s just say... academically gifted. Well actually, he’s not that smart at all and isn’t a hard worker and still got in.

UCV in Valencia I’ve heard is better when it comes to the uni and quality of education. I’ve got a friend who goes there and he achieved relatively good grades in his a levels but just missed out on getting in a uk dentistry school so Valencia was his backup.
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I know 2 people who study dentistry in the top two schools you mentioned. UEM will take anyone, the grades they want aren’t really that high. The person I know that went there wasn’t really, let’s just say... academically gifted. Well actually, he’s not that smart at all and isn’t a hard worker and still got in.

UCV in Valencia I’ve heard is better when it comes to the uni and quality of education. I’ve got a friend who goes there and he achieved relatively good grades in his a levels but just missed out on getting in a uk dentistry school so Valencia was his backup.
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Thank you!!
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Does anyone know the fees for UEM?
Also do you think its worth applying via an agency?
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(Original post by rm.25)
I've been thinking about applying to study dentistry abroad in Spain for 2020 entry and have been looking at a few options including:

Universidad Europea de Madrid
Universidad Catolica de Valencia
CEU Cardenal Herrera University

Is anyone currently studying/has studied dentistry at these unis and if so what has your experience been like? Would you recommend any of them?

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I’m going to UCV starting 2020 join me!
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I know 2 people who study dentistry in the top two schools you mentioned. UEM will take anyone, the grades they want aren’t really that high. The person I know that went there wasn’t really, let’s just say... academically gifted. Well actually, he’s not that smart at all and isn’t a hard worker and still got in.

UCV in Valencia I’ve heard is better when it comes to the uni and quality of education. I’ve got a friend who goes there and he achieved relatively good grades in his a levels but just missed out on getting in a uk dentistry school so Valencia was his backup.
Can u put me in contact with the UCV guy please
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Does anyone know the fees for UEM?
Also do you think its worth applying via an agency?
I think its just over €20,000 a year
For UCV I think you have to apply through an agency, I contacted the uni and they just refered me to GDC eduction. For the others I don't think you have to.
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I think its just over €20,000 a year
For UCV I think you have to apply through an agency, I contacted the uni and they just refered me to GDC eduction. For the others I don't think you have to.
UCV is 15.6k euros I'm applying
Do you go through GDC education or AStarFuture?
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UCV is 15.6k euros I'm applying
Do you go through GDC education or AStarFuture?
I think you have to go through both, astarfuture is the uk agent for gdc education who process applications for the uni
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