Our broad range of taught master's courses offer pathways into clinical specialisation and research training in the biomedical and life sciences.
Our School has a reputation for excellence in teaching, research and clinical care, with a history of postgraduate education dating back over 40 years.
Our programmes are delivered by academics who are undertaking world-leading research, so you will be taught by experts who are currently making a significant impact on healthcare delivery for the wellbeing of the community.
Non-clinical courses are designed to provide the basic research training often now expected for entering into a PhD programme of study and may be used to permit entry into a three-year PhD programme of study within the School of Dentistry.
Environment and facilities
You will be based in the University Dental Hospital, the only dental facility of its kind in Wales, which provides a full range of dental specialty clinical services to a large number of patients, and as such, excellent opportunities for postgraduate clinical education.
Our programmes are delivered by internationally recognised clinicians and research academics who provide a friendly, supportive and professional learning environment for both clinical and biomedical science focused study programmes.
You will also join the wider postgraduate community in Cardiff University, which is a member of the elite Russell Group of the UK’s most research intensive universities.
The majority of our students are self-funded. View our postgraduate funding pages for available funding opportunities.
How to apply
For more information, please contact our postgraduate office:
Dentistry postgraduate admissions
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