Our Programs

Dental Medicine

Dental Medicine

Duration of Study:

Five years

Credit Hours:

180 hours

All courses are conducted in English

Degree:

The faculty grants students a bachelor’s degree in Oral and Dental Medicine and has the following scientific sections:

• Basic Dentistry Sciences

• Prosthetic Dentistry

• Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

• Conservative Dentistry

• Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry

• Oral Medicine, Periodontology, Diagnosis and Oral Radiology

 

WHY JOIN ORAL AND DENTAL MEDICINE?

By joining NUB’s Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, you’ll benefit from a wide array of privileges that’ll enhance your academic journey, as well as your personal growth through

• Quality curricula that reflect the Vienna School of Dentistry – one of the oldest and leading educational institutions worldwide

• Direct access to the competing knowledge of Vienna faculty members in teaching methods and medical practices

• The College of Dentistry is currently in the final stage of obtaining the necessary approval to start a graduate program, giving NUB students the opportunity to complete their graduate studies immediately after graduation.

• International postgraduate education at the Vienna School of Dentistry will soon be available in some dental programs for NUB graduates.

• Digital dentistry is now a top priority at NUB, to give students access to accurate online courses with a focus on laboratory digitization in the coming years to reduce patient contact time and ensure the utmost results.

 

Vision

Excellence in Performance in the Dental Field and Being Internationally Recognized as Pioneer in Education, Research and Community Services.

Mission

Raising Dental Professionals Qualified Scientifically, Clinically And Ethically Having the Ability to Promote Preventive and Therapeutic Dentistry Through Comprehensive Dental Education and Innovative Research to Serve the Community in Accordance With the Approved Quality Standards.

 

Strategic Objectives:

• The first objective: To graduate a dental graduate who is scientifically, morally, intellectually and culturally distinguished, able to compete with the requirements of the era and its variables and focused on its techniques.

• The second objective: to maximize the role of the college as a center of education and edification, and to reenforce its scientific and intellectual contributions locally, regionally and internationally in order to achieve the needs of society.

• The third objective: effective organized participation obliging to the needs of society and the requirements of its economic and social development.

• Fourth objective: Increase institutional capacity and maximize utilization of the available resources to provide educational, research and community services in accordance with the quality standards and continuous development.