Forensic Odontology (Adv.), M.Sc.

  • N/A
    Application Deadline
  • 12 months
    Duration
  • 8500
    Tuition (Year)
    8500
    Tuition (Year)
  • English
    Language
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The full-time Master of Forensic Odontology programme offers holders of a degree in dentistry the opportunity to specialise in the multifaceted field of forensic odontology.
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  • Programme outline
  • Key facts
  • Admission requirements
  • Fees and funding

About

The full-time Master of Forensic Odontology programme offers holders of a degree in dentistry the opportunity to specialise in the multifaceted field of forensic odontology. The MSc in Forensic Odontology stresses multidisciplinary interaction with forensic medicine, judicial bodies, and insurance companies, and aims to train dentists and oral physicians in this fascinating discipline and its legal aspects. With its theoretical courses, self-study, preclinics, clinical demonstrations, laboratory work, and a research-based thesis, the one-year MSc in Forensic Odontology is the ideal stepping stone to this exciting new profession.

Prospective students should:

  • have an interest in science
  • be eager to learn
  • have a critical mind
  • be precise and have an eye for detail
  • be able to work in teams
  • be communicative and social
  • have a good knowledge of English
  • be able to analyse and synthesise problems
  • be in good mental and physical health
  • be able to cope with highly stressful situations
  • be able to concentrate and make decisions
  • have a strong knowledge base in the basic sciences, including as mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology
  • be proficient in dental science.

Programme Structure

The academic programme, spread over one year of full-time study or two years of part-time study (60 ECTS in total) involves theory-based courses, self-study, pre-clinics and demonstrations in the field of forensic dentistry.

In particular, the programme will provide insight into specialty techniques and their scientific background in forensic odontology.

The advanced Master's programme in Forensic Odontology is distinguished from the initial Master's programme by its evidence-based and research-oriented teaching, its multidisciplinary and integrated case analysis and its comprehensive approach to identification.

The programme also stress the multidisciplinary interaction between forensic medicine, judicial bodies, insurance companies, etc. Graduates will have the ability to critically engage the scientific literature, understand experimental methodologies, carry out statistical analysis and interpret results. Students will also participate in clinical and laboratory-based research as part of the advanced Master's curriculum.

This programme can be combined with the PhD, which entails at least four years of training

Detailed Programme Facts

    • Started in

        Deadline was:

      • International

      • EEA

      Dates reflect the university's timezone.

  • Credits (ECTS)
    60 ECTS
  • Duration full-time 12 months
  • Languages
    • English
  • Delivery mode
    On Campus
  • Educational variant Part-time, Full-time
  • Intensity Flexible

Academic Requirements

Direct
On the basis of the following degrees, or similar degrees, obtained in the Flemish Community:
  • Master in de tandheelkunde (Leuven)
  • Master of Dentistry
Applicants should also demonstrate proficiency in English by presenting a score on a language test (e.g. TOEFL / IELTS) indicating a C-1 level on the Common European Framework of the Council of Europe: http://www.coe.int/portfolio . Minimum scores: TOEFL (Computer-based test 213 pt., Internet-based test 79 - 80 pt., Paper-based test 550 pt.); IELTS (6.5 - 7 pt.).

Tuition Fee Per Year

  • EUR 8500 International
  • EUR 8500 EEA
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Funding

Scholarship and funding opportunities

EU

INCOMING

  • Central bilateral agreements - Grants for Phd students and staff
  • FWO Research Funding
  • DBOF - PhD Scholarships
  • F+ - Fellowships for incoming postdocs
  • AXA Research Fund

NON - EU

INCOMING

  • Coimbra group Scholarships programme for young researchers and professors from Latin America
  • Coimbra Group Hospitality Scheme (Ukraine and Balkans)
  • Coimbra Group scholarships Programme for Young Researchers from European Neighbouring Countries
  • Coimbra Group scholarships Programme for Young African researchers
  • Erasmus Mundus Partnerships
  • FWO Research Funding
  • Doctoral Scholarships in the framework of the Interfaculty Council for Development Cooperation
  • Travelling allowances for teaching staff and professors in the framework of the Interfaculty Council for Development Cooperation
  • Specialisation grants for researchers from developing countries
  • VLIR-UOS Scholarships for short training programme ITP (developing countries)
  • VLIR-UOS Scholarships for Master Programmes ICP (developing countries
  • VLIR-UOS Scholarships for ICP PhD students
  • Science without Borders Brasil (2012-2014)
  • Belgian bilateral cooperation grants for study and training for nationals of partner countries (Algeria - Benin - Bolivia - Burundi - DR Congo - Ecuador - Mali - Morocco -Mozambique - Niger - Palestinian Territory - Peru - Rwanda - Senegal -South Africa - Tanzania - Uganda - Vietnam)
  • DBOF - PhD Scholarships
  • F+ - Fellowships for incoming postdocs
  • Latin America Fund
  • EU-ALFA III (Latin-America)
  • EU-ACP (Africa, Carribean and Pacific)
  • EU-ASEM
  • EU-SARC (South Asia)
  • EU-SARC (South-East Asia)
  • EU - Central Asia
  • EU - ENPI (Neighbourhood and Russia)EU - Central Asia

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