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Bachelor's in Dentistry Valencia

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Highlights

In contact with the professional world of dentistry from day one, we are committed to knowledge, innovation and clinical practice.

  • Face to face
  • Start: 20 sep. 2021
  • 5 Years
  • 300 ECTS
  • Title issued by Universidad Europea de Valencia
  • Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud de Valencia
  • Valencia

Why study at UEV?

Reasons why our Bachelor’s in Dentistry is different.

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY

  • Develop your skills and abilities in our medium- and high-fidelity dental simulation laboratories. Ensure quality treatment in a safe life-like environment before treating a real patient.

    In the simulation laboratory, you will learn to handle multiple simulated clinical cases, including emergency situations, while both interacting with other students in the health field and gaining confidence in decision-making.

    You will also be given access to the digital Smart Lab—a first of its kind in Spain—which will allow you to carry out virtual simulations to increase your skills, as well as your ability to adapt seamlessly when working in real situations.

Practice in our clinics

  • Starting in your fourth academic year, you can complete an internship in our University Dental Clinic. You will treat both adult and pediatric patients from day one of your clinical activity.

Prestigious teaching staff

All of your professors are active professionals with extensive work, teaching and research experience across all areas of dentistry. They combine rigorous training with a personalised and innovative approach to help you get the most out of your academic and professional experience and to learn more about the reality of the working world.

91%

Employability

Our students find employment in less than 12 months.

55%

International students

You'll live in a diverse environment that is more multicultural than that of other universities.

3.600

Partnerships

UEV has a multitude of educational cooperation agreements with other centres.

Methodology

Our experiential learning academic model combines practical training with the latest technology to offer students a dynamic educational experience which culminates in a top qualification.  This means:

Innovation

  • Learn through real-life projects led by professors who are actively working for leading companies in the business and legal sectors.

  • Be in the driving seat of your education, put your skills to the test and push your ideas beyond borders.

  • Dare to experiment and learn in workshops and laboratories with cutting-edge technology.

Employability

  • Work in multidisciplinary teams with students from other degrees.

  • Strengthen your abilities, competencies and soft skills by joining a Student Club at the University.

  • Complete an internship or a study exchange at an international university.

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Scholarships and Grants

We want to help you. If you choose to study at Universidad Europea, you will have the opportunity to apply for a wide range of UE and official scholarships.

Study Plan

1

LEARNING BY DOING METHODOLOGY

In the Faculty of Biomedical and Health Sciences, learning by doing means working in simulated scenarios that allow for mistakes without repercussions, but instead serve as an opportunity to gain confidence and learn.

  • Ability to relate theory and practice
  • You obtain a holistic vision and strong understanding
  • You will be objectively evaluated to ensure your improvement
  • Gain experience through professional internships

2

Innovative learning methods

In their clinical preparation, students are trained in the latest trends and techniques in the field of dentistry.

Through active and collaborative learning methodologies: flipped classroom, role playing, case studies, problem based learning, oral presentations, forums, virtual campus technology tools, and more.

  • You will use the most advanced technological resources.
  • You will be supported by professors with extensive clinical experience.
  • You will carry out the diagnosis and comprehensive treatment of patients.

3

SPECIALISE

After the Bachelor's in Dentistry, you have the opportunity to specialise with our specialised master’s and postgraduate programmes.

  • Master's in Advanced Oral Implantology.
  • Master's in Advanced Orthodontics.
  • Master’s in Endodontics and Restorative Dentistry.

Study Plan

PRIMER CURSO / FIRST YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9936001101 ANATOMÍA Y FISIOLOGÍA DEL CUERPO HUMANO I 6 BASICA  
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HUMAN BODY I
9936001102 BIOLOGÍA CELULAR Y GENÉTICA HUMANA 6 BASICA  
CELLULAR BIOLOGY AND HUMAN GENETICS
9936001103 EPIDEMIOLOGÍA, SALUD PÚBLICA Y BIOESTADÍSTICA APLICADA 6 BASICA  
EPIDEMIOLOGY, PUBLIC HEALTH AND APPLIED BIOSTATISTICS
9936001104 ANTROPOLOGÍA E HISTORIA DE LA ODONTOLOGÍA 3 BASICA  
ANTHROPOLOGY AND HISTORY OF DENTISTRY
9936001105 DOCUMENTACIÓN E INTRODUCCIÓN A LA METODOLOGÍA DE LA INVESTIGACIÓN EN ODONTOLGÍA 3 BASICA  
DOCUMENTATION AND INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN DENTISTRY
9936001106 IDIOMA MODERNO 6 BASICA  
MODERN LANGUAGE
9936001107 ANATOMÍA Y FISIOLOGÍA DEL CUERPO HUMANO II 6 BASICA  
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HUMAN BODY II
9936001108 BIOQUÍMICA 6 BASICA  
BIOCHEMISTRY
9936001109 MICROBIOLOGÍA GENERAL E INMUNOLOGÍA 6 OBLIGATORIA  
GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
9936001110 INTRODUCCIÓN A LA CLÍNICA ODONTOLÓGICA 6 OBLIGATORIA  
INTRODUCTION TO THE DENTAL CLINIC
9936001111 PSICOLOGÍA Y HABILIDADES DE COMUNICACIÓN 6 BASICA  
PSYCHOLOGY AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS

 

SEGUNDO CURSO / SECOND YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9936001201 BIOMATERIALES E INSTRUMENTACIÓN 6 OBLIGATORIA  
BIOMATERIALS AND INSTRUMENTATION
9936001202 ANATOMÍA DE CABEZA Y CUELLO 6 BASICA  
HEAD AND NECK ANATOMY
9936001203 PATOLOGÍA MÉDICO QUIRÚRGICA APLICADA I 6 OBLIGATORIA  
APPLIED SURGICAL MEDICAL PATHOLOGY I
9936001204 SEMIOLOGÍA Y FISIOPATOLOGÍA GENERAL I 6 OBLIGATORIA  
GENERAL SEMIOLOGY AND PHYSIOPATHOLOGY I
9936001205 PERIODONCIA BÁSICA 6 OBLIGATORIA  
BASIC PERIODONTICS
9936001206 FARMACOLOGÍA GENERAL. NUTRICIÓN HUMANA. ANESTESIA Y REANIMACIÓN 6 OBLIGATORIA  
GENERAL PHARMACOLOGY. HUMAN NUTRITION. ANESTHESIA AND REANIMATION
9936001207 FISIOLOGÍA DEL SISTEMA ESTOMATOGNÁTICO 6 BASICA  
PHYSIOLOGY OF THE STOMATOGNATHIC SYSTEM
9936001208 PATOLOGÍA MÉDICO QUIRÚRGICA APLICADA II 6 OBLIGATORIA  
APPLIED SURGICAL MEDICAL PATHOLOGY II
9936001209 SEMIOLOGÍA Y FISIOPATOLOGÍA GENERAL II 6 OBLIGATORIA  
GENERAL SEMIOLOGY AND PHYSIOPATHOLOGY II
9936001210 DIAGNÓSTICO EN ODONTOLOGÍA 3 OBLIGATORIA  
DIAGNOSTICS IN DENTISTRY
9936001211 OCLUSIÓN NORMAL Y PATOLÓGICA 3 OBLIGATORIA  
NORMAL AND PATHOLOGICAL OCCLUSION

 

 

TERCER CURSO / THIRD YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9936001301 ODONTOPEDIATRÍA I 6 OBLIGATORIA  
PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY I
9936001302 ORTODONCIA I 6 OBLIGATORIA  
ORTHODONTICS I
9936001303 PATOLOGÍA MÉDICO QUIRÚRGICA BUCAL I 6 OBLIGATORIA  
ORAL SURGICAL MEDICAL PATHOLOGY I
9936001304 ODONTOLOGÍA RESTAURADORA I 6 OBLIGATORIA  
RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY I
9936001305 PRÓTESIS ESTOMATOLÓGICA I 6 OBLIGATORIA  
STOMATOLOGY PROSTHESIS I
9936001306 ODONTOPEDIATRÍA II 6 OBLIGATORIA  
PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY II
9936001307 ORTODONCIA II 6 OBLIGATORIA  
ORTHODONTICS II
9936001308 PATOLOGÍA MÉDICO QUIRÚRGICA BUCAL II 6 OBLIGATORIA  
ORAL SURGICAL MEDICAL PATHOLOGY II
9936001309 ODONTOLOGÍA RESTAURADORA II 6 OBLIGATORIA  
RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY II
9936001310 PRÓTESIS ESTOMATOLÓGICA II 6 OBLIGATORIA  
STOMATOLOGY PROSTHESIS III

 

 

CUARTO CURSO / FOURTH YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9936001401 PERIODONCIA AVANZADA 4 OBLIGATORIA  
ADVANCED PERIODONTICS
9936001402 PATOLOGÍA MÉDICO QUIRÚRGICA BUCAL III 4 OBLIGATORIA  
ORAL SURGICAL MEDICAL PATHOLOGY III
9936001403 ODONTOLOGÍA RESTAURADORA III 4 OBLIGATORIA  
RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY III
9936001404 INICIACIÓN A LA PRÁCTICA CLÍNICA DE ADULTOS I 4 OBLIGATORIA  
INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL PRACTICE ON ADULTS I
9936001405 ODONTOPEDIATRÍA III 3 OBLIGATORIA  
PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY III
9936001406 ORTODONCIA III 3 OBLIGATORIA  
ORTHODONTICS III
9936001407 INICIACIÓN A LA PRÁCTICA CLÍNICA INFANTIL I 2 OBLIGATORIA  
INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL PRACTICE ON CHILDREN I
9936001408 PRÓTESIS ESTOMATOLÓGICA III 6 OBLIGATORIA  
STOMATOLOGY PROSTHESIS III
9936001409 ODONTOLOGÍA PREVENTIVA 4 OBLIGATORIA  
PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY
9936001410 PATOLOGÍA MÉDICO QUIRÚRGICA BUCAL IV 4 OBLIGATORIA  
ORAL SURGICAL MEDICAL PATHOLOGY IV
9936001411 ODONTOLOGÍA RESTAURADORA IV 4 OBLIGATORIA  
RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY IV
9936001412 ORTODONCIA IV 3 OBLIGATORIA  
ORTHODONTICS IV
9936001413 ODONTOPEDIATRÍA IV 3 OBLIGATORIA  
PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY IV
9936001414 PRÓTESIS ESTOMATOLÓGICA IV 6 OBLIGATORIA  
STOMATOLOGY PROSTHESIS IV
9936001415 INICIACIÓN A LA PRÁCTICA CLÍNICA DE ADULTOS II 4 OBLIGATORIA  
INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL PRACTICE ON ADULTS II
9936001416 INICIACIÓN A LA PRÁCTICA CLÍNICA INFANTIL II 2 OBLIGATORIA  
INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL PRACTICE ON CHILDREN II

 

 

QUINTO CURSO / FITH YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9936001501 PRÁCTICUM I 12 OBLIGATORIA  
PRACTICUM I
9936001502 TRABAJO FIN DE GRADO I 3 OBLIGATORIA  
GRADUATION PROJECT II
9936001503 ODONTOLOGÍA COMUNITARIA, SALUD PÚBLICA ORAL Y GERODONTOLOGÍA 5 OBLIGATORIA  
EU ORAL HEALTH, PUBLIC HEALTH AND GERIATRIC DENTISTRY
9936001504 PACIENTES ESPECIALES 3 OBLIGATORIA  
SPECIAL PATIENTS
9936001505 PRÁCTICUM II 12 OBLIGATORIA  
PRACTICUM II
9936001506 TRABAJO FIN DE GRADO II 3 OBLIGATORIA  
GRADUATION PROJECT II
9936001507 PROFESIONALIDAD 4 OBLIGATORIA  
PROFESSIONALISM
9936001508 RADIOPROTECCIÓN 3 OBLIGATORIA  
RADIOPROTECTION
9936001509 EMERGENCIAS EN LA CONSULTA 3 OBLIGATORIA

 

DENTAL CONSULTING ROOM EMERGENCIES
9936001805 Actividades Universitarias 6 OPTATIVA Español (es), Inglés (en)
 
9936001806 Implantología Avanzada 3 OPTATIVA Español (es), Inglés (en)
 
9936001807 Estética Dental 3 OPTATIVA Español (es), Inglés (en)
 
9936001810 Odontología Social 3 OPTATIVA

Español (es), Inglés (en)

9936001809 Ergonomía y organización de la consulta dental 3 OPTATIVA

Español (es)

9936001801 Riesgos profesionales en odontología 3 OPTATIVA

Español (es)

Basic competencies

  • CB1 - Students possess the required knowledge and understanding that provides a basis or springboard for originality in the development and/or application of ideas, often in a research context or based on the cutting-edge knowledge in their field.
  • CB2 - Students can apply the knowledge they have acquired in a professional setting and are able to show this through the development and defence of reasoning, as well as problem-solving within their field of study.
  • CB3 - Students are able to gather and interpret relevant data—usually within their field of study—to make judgments that take relevant social, scientific or ethical issues into account.
  • CB4 - Students can convey information, ideas, problems and solutions to audiences who may be both specialised and non-specialised in the area.
  • CB5 - Students must possess the necessary learning skills that will enable them to continue to study in a self-directed, autonomous way.

General competencies

  • CG1 - Students understand the essential elements of the dental profession, including ethical principles and legal responsibilities.
  • CG2 - Students understand the importance of such principles for the benefit of the patient, society and profession, paying particular attention to professional confidentiality.
  • CG3 - Students know how to identify patient concerns and expectations, as well as communicate effectively and clearly—both written and verbally—with patients, family members, the media and other professionals.
  • CG4 - Students understand and recognise the social and psychological aspects relevant to the treatment of patients.
  • CG5 - Students know how to apply the principles of anxiety and stress management to oneself, patients and other members of the dental team.
  • CG6 - Students understand the importance of developing a professional practice with respect to the patient's autonomy, beliefs and culture.
  • CG7 - Students autonomously learn new knowledge and techniques, and are personally motivated to maintain high qualities.
  • CG8 - Students know how to share information with other healthcare professionals and work as a team.
  • CG9 - Students understand the importance of maintaining and using patient records for further analysis, while preserving data confidentiality.
  • CG10 - Students understand and are able to identify psychological and physical problems derived from gender-based violence in order to prevent, detect, assist and rehabilitate victims.
  • CG11 - Students understand the basic biomedical sciences on which dentistry is based to ensure proper dental treatment.
  • CG12 - Students understand and recognise the normal structure and function of the stomatognathic system, at the molecular, cellular, tissue and organic level, at different stages of life.
  • CG13 - Students understand and recognise biomaterials sciences that are essential for dental practice as well as the immediate management of possible allergies to them.
  • CG14 - Students know the general processes of disease, including infection, inflammation, immune system disturbances, degeneration, neoplasm, metabolic alterations, and genetic disorders.
  • CG15 - Students are familiar with the general pathological characteristics of diseases and disorders that affect organic systems, specifically those that have oral repercussions.
  • CG16 - Students understand the fundamentals of action, indications and efficacy of drugs and other therapeutic interventions, as well as their contraindications, interactions, systemic effects and impact on other organs, based on available scientific evidence.
  • CG17 - Students can understand and recognise the principles of ergonomics and safety at work—including cross-infection control, radiological protection, and occupational and biological diseases.
  • CG18 - Students are able to critically evaluate and understand how to use clinical and biomedical information in order to obtain, organise, interpret and communicate scientific and health information.
  • CG19 - Students understand the scientific method and are able to critically evaluate established knowledge and new information. Students can formulate hypotheses, collect and critically assess information for problem-solving while following the scientific method.
  • CG20 - Students can obtain and develop a medical history that contains all the relevant information.
  • CG21 - Students can perform a complete oral examination, including appropriate additional X-ray and examination tests, as well as obtaining appropriate clinical references.
  • CG22 - Students are able to develop an initial diagnostic judgement and establish a reasoned diagnostic strategy, being competent in the recognition of situations that require urgent dental care.
  • CG23 - Students can establish diagnosis, prognosis and adequate therapeutic planning in all clinical areas of dentistry. This includes being competent in the diagnosis, prognosis and elaboration of the dental treatment plan of a patient requiring special care, including medically compromised patients—such as diabetics, hypertensive patients, immunocompromised patients, anticoagulated patients, among others—and patients with disabilities.
  • CG24 - Students can recognise life-threatening situations and know how to perform basic life support maneuvers.
  • CG25 - Students can apply the basic treatment of the most common oral pathology in patients of all ages. Therapeutic procedures should be based on the concept of minimal invasion and a comprehensive and integrated approach to oral treatment.
  • CG26 - Students know how to plan and perform multidisciplinary, sequential and integrated dental treatments of limited complexity on patients of all ages and conditions, including patients who require special care.
  • CG27 - Students can plan and propose the appropriate preventive measures for each clinical situation.
  • CG28 - Students gain clinical experience under proper supervision.
  • CG29 - Students can recognise the determinants of oral health in the population, both genetic and lifestyle dependent such as demographic, environmental, social, economic, psychological and cultural factors.
  • CG30 - Students recognise the role of the dentist in the prevention and protection of actions against oral diseases, as well as in the maintenance and promotion of health, both at the individual and community level.
  • CG31 - Students understand the National Health System, as well as the basic aspects of health legislation, clinical management and the proper use of health resources, acknowledging the importance of this role.

Cross-disciplinary competencies

  • CT1 - Responsibility: Students must be able to accept the consequences of – and be accountable for – their actions.
  • CT2 – Self-reliance: Students must be able to act confidently and with enough motivation to achieve their objectives.
  • CT3 – Awareness of ethical values: Student’s must possess the ability to feel, judge, argue and act according to their moral values in a coherent, persistent and autonomous way.
  • CT4 - Communication Skills Students must be able to express concepts and ideas effectively, including being able to communicate concisely and clearly in writing. They must also be able to speak effectively in public.
  • CT5 - Interpersonal relationship skills: Students must be able to demonstrate active listening skills as a way of reaching agreements. They must do so using an assertive communication style.
  • CT6 - Flexibility Students must be able to adapt and work in diverse and varied situations, and with a range of different people. This involves assessing and understanding different points of view and adapting their own approach, depending on the situation.
  • CT7 – Teamwork: Students must be able to actively participate when looking to achieve a common goal within a team. This involves listening, respecting and valuing the ideas and proposals offered by other team members.
  • CT8 - Initiative: Students must be able to proactively anticipate when to propose solutions or alternatives to any situations that may arise.
  • CT9 - Planning and time management: Students must be able to effectively establish their goals and priorities by defining the optimal actions, deadlines and resources required to achieve them.
  • CT10 - Innovation and creativity: Ability to propose and develop new and original solutions that add value to problems posed, even in areas other than the problem itself.

Specific competencies

  • CE01 - Students understand the basic biomedical sciences on which dentistry is based to ensure proper dental treatment. These sciences should include appropriate content from Embryology, Anatomy, Histology and Physiology of the Human Body, Genetics, Biochemistry, Cellular and Molecular Biology and Microbiology and Immunology.
  • CE02 - Students understand and recognise the normal structure and function of the stomatognathic system, including content on specific embryology, anatomy, histology and physiology.
  • CE03 - Students understand the scientific method and are able to critically value established knowledge and new information.
  • CE04 - Students know the necessary scientific principles of sterilisation, disinfection and antisepsis in order to prevent cross-infection in dental practice.
  • CE05 - Students are aware of the danger of ionising radiation and its effects on biological tissues. Students know the legislation governing its use. Ability to run oral radiodiagnostic facilities.
  • CE06 - Students can take the required X-rays, interpret the image, and learn about other relevant diagnostic imaging techniques.
  • CE07 - Students know the clinical and laboratory diagnostic procedures and tests, as well as their reliability and diagnostic validity, and are competent in the interpretation of their results.
  • CE08 - Students can recognise oral normality and pathology, as well as the evaluating the symptoms presented.
  • CE09 - Ability to identify the main reason for consultation and the history of the current disease. Complete a general medical history chart of the patient, as well as a clinical record that faithfully reflects the patient’s records.
  • CE10 - Students know the behavioural and communication sciences that facilitate dentistry.
  • CE11 - Ability to manage, distinguish and select the appropriate materials and instruments in dentistry.
  • CE12 - Understand dental biomaterials, including their: handling, properties, indications, allergies, bio-compatibility, toxicity, waste disposal and enviornmental impact.
  • CE13 - Students understand the National Health System, as well as the basic aspects of health legislation, clinical management and the proper use of health resources, acknowledging the importance of this role.
  • CE14 - Identify and properly use the basic equipment and instruments for dentistry.
  • CE15 - Apply the principles of ergonomics in dental work—at both an individual and team level—as well as the principles of prevention of occupational risks associated with dentistry.
  • CE16 - Ability to provide a comprehensive approach to oral care and apply the principles of the promotion of health and prevention of oral diseases.
  • CE17 - Educate and motivate patients in the prevention of oral and dental diseases including how to control pathogenic oral habits, use correct oral hygiene methods, implement dietary and nutritional measures, and the general methods of maintaining strong oral health.
  • CE18 - Students know the effects of tobacco on oral health and participate in measures that help patients who wish to stop smoking. Likewise, they know the complex interactions between environmental, social and behavioural factors with oral and general health.
  • CE19 - Students know the procedures necessary for diagnosis and treatment of oral health in the community.
  • CE20 - Ability to understand the impact of demographic and epidemiological trends on dentistry.
  • CE21 - Students understand the organisation and provision of oral health care, general health care and the role of the dentist in both public and private sectors of the community.
  • CE22 - Students can develop and implement oral heath programmes and are aware of the interinstitutional and interprofessional coordination required.
  • CE23 - Students know the legislative and administration deontological ethics precepts that regulate the dental profession and their application in management and clinical practice, as well as know the organisation, competencies and functions of the professional corporations. Completion of varying medical-legal documents and records.
  • CE24 - Students know the role of the dentist within the realm of health professionals and are able to work with other health professionals and members of the dental team.
  • CE25 - Ability to recognise that the patient is the centre of attention and that all interactions, including prevention, diagnosis, planning and execution of treatment and maintenance, must be in their best interest, avoiding any kind of discrimination and respecting confidentiality.
  • CE26 - Identify signs and behaviours that suggest the possible existence of abuse.
  • CE27 - Students know the general processes of disease, including infection, inflammation, immune system disturbances, degeneration, neoplasm, metabolic alterations, and genetic disorders.
  • CE28 - Students know the general pathological characteristics of the diseases and disorders that affect the organ systems.
  • CE29 - Students know the oral signs of systemic diseases.
  • CE30 - Students display knowledge of general and clinical pharmacology in dentistry.
  • CE31 - Students know the pharmacological basis of the different anaesthetic techniques, both local and general, as well as the role of sedation and general anaesthesia in the handling of the dental patient.
  • CE32 - Students know and are able to manage the most frequent medical emergencies in dentistry and can perform basic life support maneuvers.
  • CE33 - Students posses the appropriate knowledge of human nutrition, specifically the relationship of nutritional habits and diet to the maintenance of health and the prevention of oral and dental diseases.
  • CE34 - Ability to perform basic treatments of oral-dental pathology in patients of all ages. Therapeutic procedures should be based on the concept of minimal invasion and a comprehensive and integrated approach to oral treatment.
  • CE35 - Students can diagnose, plan and carry out a multidisciplinary, sequential and integrated treatment. This includes being competent in the diagnosis, prognosis and creation of the dental treatment plan of a patient requiring special care, including medically compromised patients—such as diabetics, hypertensive patients, immunocompromised patients and anticoagulated patients, among others—and patients with disabilities. Specifically, the dentist must be competent in establishing a diagnosis and a prognosis and the development of an adequate therapeutic plan, and particularly in orofacial pain, temporomandibular disorders, bruxism and other parafunctional habits; dental and periapical pathology; oral-dental trauma; periodontal and peri-implant tissue pathology; bone pathology of the jaws, the soft tissues of the mouth and the adjacent glands; states of partial or total edentation and in the planning of rehabilitation treatment by means of dental prostheses and mucous membranes, or by means of dental implants, dental malpositions and/or malocclusions and other anatomical or functional alterations of the face or the stomatognathic system and their possible orthodontic, orthopaedic or surgical corrections.
  • CE36 - Students can take and read X-rays and other image based procedures relevant to dentistry.
  • CE37 - Students can make and mount diagnostic models, and take interocclusal records.
  • CE38 - Students can determine and identify the patient's aesthetic requirements, as well as the possibilities of attending to their concerns.
  • CE39 - Students can identify a patient who requires special care, recognising their characteristics and specific needs.
  • CE40 - Students can assess the motor and sensory function of the mouth, jaw and tongue.
  • CE41 - Students can perform limited procedures of invasive diagnostic techniques on soft tissues - biopsies.
  • CE42 - Students are competent in the appropriate prescription of drugs, presenting knowledge on their contraindications, interactions, systemic effects and repercussions on other organs.
  • CE43 - Ability to apply locoregional anaesthesia techniques.
  • CE44 - Students can prepare and isolate the operating field.
  • CE45 - Students can identify, assess and attend to medical emergencies that may occur during clinical practice and apply CPR techniques. They can also manage acute infections, including pharmacological prescription and simple surgical aspects.
  • CE46 - Students can identify and attend to any dental emergencies.
  • CE47 - Ability to perform both medical and surgical treatment of common oral soft tissue diseases.
  • CE48 - Students can perform simple surgical procedures: extraction of erupted temporary and permanent teeth, fractured or retained roots, uncomplicated surgical extraction of unerupted teeth and simple pre-prosthetic surgery procedures.
  • CE49 - Ability to treat dental-alveolar trauma in temporary and permanent dentition.
  • CE50 - Students can both pharmacologically and surgically treat the inflammatory processes of the periodontal and/or peri-implant tissues including the techniques of supra- and subgingival periodontal instrumentation.
  • CE51 - Ability to assess and treat the patient with caries or other non-carious dental pathology and ability to use all materials aimed at restoring the form, function and aesthetics of the tooth in patients of all ages.
  • CE52 - Students can design and prepare teeth, prescribe, register and perform clinical tests, and place and commission indirect restorations such as inlays, veneers or aesthetic laminate fronts and single crowns.
  • CE53 - Students can surgically treat destructive processes and traumatic lesions in teeth.
  • CE54 - Ability to perform endodontic treatments and apply procedures to preserve pulp vitality.
  • CE55 - Students can perform conventional aesthetic procedures from a multidisciplinary perspective.
  • CE56 - Ability to treat both partial and total edentulism, including biological design (specific design features), tooth preparation, obtaining records, clinical testing and patient fitting of partial and complete removable prostheses, single tooth-supported bridges and single prostheses on implants—both removable and fixed— including their placement and commissioning.
  • CE57 - Students can draw up prescriptions for custom-made medical devices such as dental prostheses and orthodontic and dento-facial orthopaedic appliances.
  • CE58 - Students can perform non-surgical treatment for temporomandibular disorders and orofacial pain.
  • CE59 - Ability to carry out the oral-dental treatment of the child patient and recognise their characteristics and specific needs.
  • CE60 - Students can identify and correct oral habits that may cause or exacerbate malocclusion.
  • CE61 - Students can plan and determine the specific design features, records, prescription, clinical trials, placement and clinical adjustment necessary for commissioning fixed and removable space maintainers and interceptive orthodontic techniques, as well as removable active elements intended to move teeth or correct cross-bites.
  • CE62 - Students complete pre-professional clinical dental rotations, including a final assessment, allowing the incorporation of professional values, care communication competencies, clinical reasoning, clinical management and critical judgement. These rotations should include clinical work on patients of all ages and conditions, in an integrated manner and under appropriate supervision.
  • CE63 - Final Bachelor's Project: A cross-disciplinary project whose work is associated with different subjects.

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Exchange opportunities

Internationality forms part of the educational model at Universidad Europea de Valencia, in accordance with the philosophy of the European Higher Education Area and in line with the demands of today’s society, which has undergone significant changes due to globalisation and internationalisation. These two phenomona require any future university graduates to be able to work in multicultural environments with respect for and adaptability to the social conventions of other cultures. To this end, the international exchange becomes a complementary curricular element in a student’s educational path. This experience provides them with greater autonomy and maturity in regard to coping in new environments, and develops their critical capacity as they are able to establish comparisons between different social systems, as well as multiculturalism and tolerance. The international experience helps our students create an international social network, in turn providing them with greater possibilities for professional development, while also improving their communication skills in foreign languages.

Universidad Europea de Valencia has agreements with a wide network of universities offering bachelor's, master’s and doctoral degrees in various fields. Many of the institutions are leaders in higher education in their respective regions, countries and subject areas. They have also been recognised internationally for their academic quality.

The specific international exchange agreements offered with the Bachelor's in Dentistry are:

  • ITALY:
    • University of Siena
    • University of Sassari
  • CZECH REPUBLIC:
    • Mazaryk University
  • BRAZIL:
    • Potiguar University
  • SLOVENIA:
    • University of Ljubljana

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Internships

External internship regulations.

Internships are a key component of your training. Acquiring experience after what you have learnt in your degree programme is the best way to enter the employment market. There are two types of internships: curricular—which are included in your study plan—and extracurricular—which you can do on a voluntary basis.

In order to complete curricular internships in companies, you will need to have 50% of the credits approved and to register the subject before starting your internship. These internships are monitored by the company and the internship coordinator, and they are evaluated by midterm and final reports.

If you want to take your work experience to the next level before finishing your university education, you can pursue an extracurricular internship. It’s possible to do internships in any academic year, but keep in mind that they are a complement to your studies; therefore, the more knowledge you acquire throughout your studies, the more you will benefit from the internship.

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Faculty

The faculty on this degree has 51,26% of doctors.

  • Professor Dr. Patricia Guillem Saiz
    Professor of Epidemiology, Preventive Medicine and Public Health at Universidad Europea. Doctor of Medicine, University of Valencia and Bachelor in Veterinary Medicine, Cardenal-Herrera CEU Faculty of Experimental and Health Sciences. Bachelor in Health, Escuela Valenciana de Estudios de la Salud and Instituto Carlos III in Madrid. She has worked as coordinator of the Bachelor's in Dentistry for two years and is currently a lecturer in undergraduate and postgraduate subjects in different qualifications in the field of health at Universidad Europea de Valencia. Her professional activity includes years as a public health inspector for the Council of Health in the largest Valencian food centre, Mercavalencia. Her main line of research focuses on the prevention of chronic diseases through the study of nutrigenetics, nutrigenomics and lifestyle. She is a member of the CIBER (Center for Biomedical Research Network) platform, specifically in Physiopathology of Obesity and Nutrition.
  • Professor Dr. María Amparo Martínez González
    Doctor of Medicine and Surgery, University of Valencia. Specialist in Oral Medicine. Professor of Prosthetics and Aesthetics, Universidad Europea de Valencia. More than 25 years of experience as a prosthesis professor in different undergraduate and postgraduate dental universities in Valencia. She has supervised four doctoral theses and seven Bachelor's of Advanced Studies, as well as multiple Final Bachelor's Projects. She has collaborated on a research project at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. Publications in national and international journals, as well as participation in conferences through lectures and poster sessions. Awards in scientific societies for publications and communications.  She has practiced as a dental doctor in her own dental practice for 30 years.
  • Professor Dr. Pedro Micó
    Doctor and Specialist of Oral Medicine, 1988. Professor of Endodontics and Restorative Dentistry at UEV since 2013. He has been accredited by AVAP as a Private University Teacher since 2011. 84 participations in conferences and published posters related to Endodontics, eight of which are international. 32 Publications related to Endodontics, five of which are on PubMed. He has given five Endodontics conferences. Research activity focused on Instrumentation, Obtention and CBCT in Endodontics, with one Research Award. Organiser of the Jornadas Endodóncicas de la UE Valencia, the endodontics conference at UEV. Private practice in Dentistry and Oral Medicine since 1987.
  • Professor Dr. María Pilar Melo Almiñana
    Bachelor’s and Doctorate in Dentistry, University of Valencia. She studied the Master's in Adhesive Aesthetics and the Master's in Forensic Sciences at the University of Valencia. Her professional activity includes her work as a dentist in private practice and she has been teaching since 2009. She has directed several Final Bachelor's Projects and doctoral theses.   She has actively participated in volunteer projects in different countries.   She has written articles in high impact journals, and has presented papers at national and international conferences, where she has also been invited as a speaker.
  • Professor Dr. Santiago Arias Herrera
    Doctor of Dental Science, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Master's in Periodontology and Implants, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. European Board in Periodontics (European Federation of Periodontology). Doctor of Dental Science, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Lead researcher of the reserach group Investigación clínica y aplicada en implantoprótesis (Clinical and Applied Research in Implant Prosthetics). Thesis Director, Universidad Europea de Valencia. Professor of the following: Basic Periodontics, Advanced Periodontics, Medical-Surgical Oral Pathology IV and the Master's in Advanced Oral Implantology. Director of the Bachelor's in Dentistry, Universidad Europea de Valencia.
  • Professor Dr. María Gracia Sarrión Pérez
    Accredited by AVAP as Hired Lecturer Doctor, Private University Lecturer and Assistant Lecturer Doctor. Doctor in Dentistry. Universidad de Valencia, 2010. Bachelor in Dentistry. Universidad de Valencia, 2004. Master in Medicine and Oral Surgery. Universidad de Valencia, 2004-2006 academic years. Master in Biomedical English. Universidad Europea de Madrid, 2012 academic year. University Expert in Oral Medicine Research. Universidad de Valencia, Clinical Research Diploma in Oral Medicine. Universidad de Valencia, Bachelor in Oral Medicine. Universidad de Valencia, Professor of the following: Medical-Surgical Oral Pathology I and II, Final Bachelor's Project I and II, Paediatric Dentistry III, Paediatric Dentistry IV, Introduction to Adult Clinical Practice I, Practicum I.
  • Professor Dr. Esther Carramolino Cuellar
    Doctor in Physiopathology of the Stomatognathic System. Cum Laude. Universidad de Valencia, 2015. Ministry of Education FPU Grant 2010. Clinical Director of the Department of Universidad Europea de Valencia since 2018.   Associate Professor at the University of Valencia, 2015-2018.  Bachelor in Dentistry. Universidad de Valencia, 2007.   Professor in charge of the subjects: Introduction to Adult Clinical Practice I and II, Practicum I and II, since 2015. Professor of Introduction to Infant Dental Practice I and II.  Currently studying the Master’s in Advanced Orthodontics at Universidad Europea de Valencia, 2017-present. 
  • Professor Dr. Francisco Javier Ata-Ali Mahmud
    Doctor in Dentistry. Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry. Universidad de Valencia, Master in Medicine and Oral Surgery. Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry. Universidad de Valencia, Hospital General Universitario de Valencia (Professor José Vicente Bagán). Two years full-time. Master in Surgery and Oral Implantology. Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Universidad Europea de Valencia (Prof. Miguel Peñarrocha). Bachelor in Dentistry. Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry. Universidad de Valencia, 2001-2006.  Professor of the following: Biomaterials and Instrumentation, Final Bachelor's Project II, Introduction to Adult Clinical Practice I and II.
  • Professor Dr. María Teresa Chofré Lorente
    Doctor of Dental Science, University of Valencia. Master in Hospital Dentistry and Special Patients. XV Edition. Universidad de Valencia, 2008-2009 academic year. Master of Dental Sciences. Universidad de Valencia, 2011-2012 academic year. Master of Contemporary Orthodontics. Università Federico II di Napoli, 2016-2017. Bachelor in Dentistry. Universidad Cardenal Herrera-CEU, Valencia, 2008. Professor of the following: Paediatric Dentistry III, Paediatric Dentistry IV, Introduction to Paediatric Clinical Practice I and II, Practicum I and II. 
  • Professor Dr. Nicla Flacco
    Doctor in Pharmacology, University of Valencia and Graduate in Pharmacy, the Universitá di Bologna (Italy). Her area of research is cardiovascular pharmacology, specifically the study of alpha and beta adrenergic receptors in blood vessels. She has been a researcher at the University of Valencia (2006-2011), with a stay at the University of Glasgow (Scotland, 2007). As far as teaching is concerned, she has been teaching Pharmacology at the University of Valencia and, since 2015, she has been teaching Biology and Microbiology at Universidad Europea de Valencia. She has also taken an interest in research into educational innovation, in particular the use of virtual laboratories and gamification in subjects of Basic Health Science.

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Career opportunities

The Degree in Dentistry from Universidad Europea de Valencia qualifies you to practise the regulated profession of Dentist and allows you to enter the competitive employment market as a Dentist in different professional fields.

CARE

  • National Health System and regional health services of the autonomous administrations and city councils.

  • Other public administrations: Ministry of Defence

  • Private clinics, doctors' offices and hospitals

  • Workplace and accident insurance companies

  • Nursing homes

  • Free practice of the profession

  • Professor: Advanced vocational training, university or centre of higher education

RESEARCH

  • Work in research centres

  • Participate in multidisciplinary research groups

  • Lead research projects in dentistry

  • Administration and Management: Holding management positions

Admissions process

Our advisors are on hand to guide you through the admissions process. Get to grips with our admissions process, which is outlined below.

Application for admission

How to apply to the Bachelor's in Dentistry?

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Documentation

To begin your admissions process, please book an appointment online or call us on (+34) 96 104 38 83.

  • Proof you have passed the entrance exam (Selectividad)
  • Copy of your DNI/NIE
  • Fees for transferring your academic record
  • Payment of the admissions fee prior to or on the day of the appointment

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Entrance exam

An admissions letter containing the result of your entrance exam will be sent to your email. If you have any questions, you can get in touch with our team in the Student Services Department (ads.valencia@universidadeuropea.es).

  • Competences and skills assessment test
  • General knowledge test
  • Language evaluation test
  • Personal interview

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Reserving a place

Along with your Admissions Letter, you will receive an Official Registration letter. We recommend you secure your reservation within seven calendar days of receiving the letter.

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Registration

Any new students wishing to enrol at Universidad Europea must have an open academic record before registration.

The Student Services Department will provide the candidate with all the documentation and forms needed to formalise their registration.

Credit recognition and centre transfers

You don’t have to stick with something you don’t like. That’s why we’ve designed specific plans for credit recognition and transfers. Request your online credit recognition review free of charge, transfer your academic file and start studying at Universidad Europea.

Fees and funding

1.596€/

Month

  • 10 Monthly payment
  • Official Grants and Universidad Europea Scholarships
  • Financial aid and scholarships for high-performing students, those continuing their education, and those with a family member who is a former student of Universidad Europea.
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Profile for prospective students and how to access this degree

The study of Dentistry is aimed at students with a clear commitment to help and serve others. It is for students who want to work in a hospital, health centre or private centre, research centre or the armed forces. Students with advanced vocational training in the health field. Professionals who want to work independently in a multidisciplinary team related to the health sector.

The prerequisites to access this bachelor’s programme are those established in RD 1892/2008, of 14 November, and current applicable legislation, specifically:

  • Having passed the university admissions exam, in accordance with applicable legislation.
  • Having passed the admissions exam for students over 25 and over 45.
  • Senior technicians, senior fine arts and design technicians and senior sports technicians.
  • Graduates, undergraduates, technical engineers, engineers and architects.
  • High school students in education systems from member states of the European Union and other countries with relevant international agreements with Spain may access this programme, provided that they have already qualified to enrol in universities in their own educational system.
  • Students from countries that do not have relevant international agreements with Spain must have their studies officially recognised (through a process of ‘homologación’) and complete the university admission exam(s).
  • Individuals over the age of 40 without a degree enabling them to access university may also access this degree, provided they can demonstrate professional experience related to the programme to which they intend to apply.

Places for incoming students

200

Admissions process

The process of admission to any of the bachelor's degrees at Universidad Europea, including the Bachelor's in Dentistry, follows a few simple steps that consist of providing us with specific documentation, taking an admissions exam and formalising your registration.

An advisor will help you get your bearings, whatever your circumstances. They will study your personal case and the validations according to your professional experience and previous studies, and will offer you the best plan for you.

Acceptance to Universidad Europea de Valencia depends on the places available in each degree, as well as governing legal requirements for admissions.

Students who are enrolling for the first time at the Universidad Europea de Valencia should follow the procedure outlined below:

Once their application and supporting documentation have been submitted and verified by the Admissions Department, the student is invited to complete the admissions exam. When they complete the exam, students must present their DNI or passport.

The Universidad Europea de Valencia has established an entrance exam, as well as a personal interview. If relevant, the student’s academic record will be assessed. Each element has been designed to accurately and fairly assess a student’s aptitude for academic and professional success, and to identify their specific educational needs. The duration of the exams is approximately two and a half hours, and they are carried out according to the candidate's profile, as indicated in the following table:

Entrance exams.A copy of your university degreeWeighting
Professional/personal skills testYes30%
Curriculum vitaeYes30%
Personal interview (with the professor responsible for the programme to be taken)Yes30%
English test:Yes10%

In the specific case of the Bachelor's in Dentistry, the entrance exams will consist of a personal interview and an assessment of your academic record.

These two entrance tests are orientational in nature and are not for selection purposes. They will serve to evaluate the elements related to the academic and professional success of the student who wishes to enrol, as well as to their specific training needs and motivations for selecting the degree.

The Director of the Degree will be responsible for carrying out the personal assessment of each academic record and the personal interview.

During the interview, the following aspects will be taken into account:

  • Compliance with the recommended applicant profile.
  • Previous knowledge and motivation behind the student’s choice of dentistry.
  • Previous academic record.
  • Analysis of the skills test. Teamwork abilities and self-reflection on their skill profile. Your curriculum vitae, as outlined in the category, will have a maximum of 30% value in the final weighting.
  • The results will serve as the basis for the student’s personalised learning plan. This plan details a series of basic recommendations to help and encourage students to develop the skills they need to thrive academically and professionally.

All admitted students will receive a letter from the University that confirms their admission.

All students who wish to study their degree in English must accredit at least a B1 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Access to a regulated profession

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Academic quality

Universidad Europea boasts a wide range of recognitions that guarantee its academic quality. For example, it has been awarded the following prestigious awards: the European Seal of Excellence 500+, Quali-cert and Madrid Excelente. In the international QS Stars accreditation rating, Universidad Europea has obtained a total of four out of five stars. This external accreditation system determines the level of excellence achieved by universities in various areas. Universidad Europea has achieved the maximum score of five stars in Employability, Teaching, Facilities and Social Responsibility.

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University’s regulations 

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Degree documentation

Favourable assessment report from the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation

Second ANECA Report. First Modification

Third ANECA Report. Second Modification

Fourth ANECA Report. Third Modification

Fifth ANECA Report. Fourth Modification

Six ANECA Report. Fifth Modification

Seventh ANECA Report. Sixth Modification

Verification report

Notification of positive verification from the Council of Universities

Authorisation report from the Agència Valenciana d'Avaluació i Prospectiva (AVAP), or Valencian quality assessment agency.

3 MECES from Council of Universities

AVAP Evaluation Report

Link to RUCT

Internal quality assurance system

Access the Quality Assurance System documentation here:

QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM

Members of the Collective Bargaining Agreement

To ensure compliance with our quality commitment for all bachelor's and master's programs, the Universidad Europea de Valencia has appointed a Quality Assurance Committee (CGC), consisting of:

  • Santiago Emilio Arias - Director of the Bachelor's in Dentistry
  • Esther Carramolino - Director of the Clinical Department of Dentistry
  • Anabel Gramatges - Coordinator of the Bachelor's in Dentistry
  • Paloma Álvarez - Coordinator of the first academic year of the Bachelor's in Dentistry
  • María del Pilar Melo - Coordinator of the second year of the Bachelor's in Dentistry
  • Natalia Herrero - Coordinator of the third academic year of the Bachelor's in Dentistry
  • Celia Carrillo - Coordinator of the fourth academic year of the Bachelor's in Dentistry
  • Patricia Guillem - Coordinator of the fifth academic year of the Bachelor's in Dentistry
  • Teresa Chofre - Clinical Practice Coordinator
  • María Gracia Sarrión - Co-coordinator Final Bachelor's Project
  • Mónica Isabel Perdomo - Co-coordinator Final Bachelor's Project and Co-coordinator of Clinical Internships
  • Javier Julián Andreu - Academic Coordinator of Student Services for the Bachelor’s in Dentistry
  • Silvia Roselló - Quality Technician
  • Student representatives

Major degree improvements

Our experience has enabled us to identify certain areas of improvement for the new edition of the degree in this academic year. To this end, we consider the following actions necessary for improving the degree’s educational value:

Consolidate the United Nations Simulation Model at the Universidad Europea and increase the participation of students in other international models and contests.

Create a mentorship role for enhanced monitoring of bachelor’s students.

The international nature of the programme is reinforced by increasing exchange opportunity agreements with universities abroad.

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