Post Graduate Courses in UK in Orthodontics
Kings College London -MSc joint degree with the University of Malta
Full time Home/EU fees: N/A
Full time overseas fees: £48,900 per year (2020/21)
MSc programme is taught primarily at the University of Malta, in Malta, with some lectures at Royal London Hospital (QMUL) and King’s College London (Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and King’s College Hospital).
Part time: £8,930*
Full time: £40,590*
This course has a September intake every three years. The next intake for this course is in 2022. The course is 36 months. For NHS Registrars, who may undertake their clinical work elsewhere, attendance is required on a Thursday and Friday each week. International students are enrolled on a full-time programme including clinical practice and are required to attend daily throughout term time.
University of Bristol
DDS in Orthodontics
Channel Islands/Isle of Man: full-time£14,400
3 Years -FT
There are usually eight positions for home students: one each in Taunton, Yeovil, Dorchester, Portsmouth and Exeter, and three opportunities in Bristol/Bath. There is also the opportunity for three overseas students in Bristol/Bath.
University College London -UCL
UK:£16,000 (FT)£8,000 (PT)
Overseas: £51,370 (FT) £25,685 (PT)
Full time: 2 years
Part time: 2 years
Please note these training posts are ALL full time. The part time options relates to specific HEE StR posts where the clinical training is at another hospital and attendance at UCL is part-time.
University of Manchester
PhD / MPhil in Orthdontics
UK/EU students (per annum): Standard £4,407, Low £9,000, Medium £16,000, High £21,000
International students (per annum): Clinical-based £43,000, non-clinical Standard £24,000 , Low £25,000, Medium £31,500, High £36,500
3-4 years PhD,
1-2 years MPhil
Ulster University , Northern Ireland
MSc in Orthodontics
Blended Learning -£30,000 (£10,000 per year)
Full Time - £90,000 (£30,000 per year)
Distance or Blended Learning: 3
Full Time: 3 year