International & European Association Awards
2021 Winner - European Association of the year
This is a 3-year, full time course (32 hours/ week) which enables the successful post-graduate student to practice periodontics and implant dentistry at the specialist level.
Each student will carry out an individual research project, either in basic sciences related to periodontology/implantology or a clinical research project. Students will discuss and update the research project with the supervisor. The results of the project will be presented in a written report amenable for publication in a peer reviewed international journal, and the project will be part of the final examination.
You gain: a clear protocol to treat periodontal patients, a deeper understanding of periodontal diseases, self-confidence and autonomy during surgical procedures, skills to understand and interpret better scientific articles
Intense and complete program that help you to improve as a clinician and upgrade your surgical skills.
This program enabled me to not only to improve my clinical skills but also to broaden my future career prospects. From the first moment we worked as a team and we shared many experiences that I will never forget.
It was an amazing experience both on personal and academic level.
This program combines learning from clinical cases and during seminars using literature (Evidence based medicine). Excellent relationship between the whole team who became friends, that makes you relax even though there is lot of personal work and stress.
This programme boosted my self confidence, my critical capacity increased, and improved my surgical skill and technics.
Strasbourg is the capital of the Grand Est region of France and it is the host of the Council of Europe. Located at the border with Germany, it is easily accessible from Germany’s, Switzerland’s and Paris’s airport. It is a safe and vivid city because of the numerous University students. University of Strasbourg offers students a great variety of facilities and activities, which one can find on its website. Find useful information about Strasbourg here.
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