The dental training program spans five years, culminating in the award of a Doctorate degree in Dental Medicine (D.M.D.) upon successful completion, granting candidates the ability to practice independently. Subsequently, they have the option to pursue specialization.
During the initial two years of the program, the curriculum closely mirrors that of medical students, but it already incorporates dental propedeutic courses. As students progress into the third year and beyond, dental subjects become increasingly prominent, and the number of specialized practices expands significantly. A total of 100 full and part-time professors and tutors support students throughout their learning journey.
The Education Centre at the faculty, established in 2007, stands as one of Europe’s largest and most advanced dental training and patient care facilities. Its clinics and departments offer instruction to dental students in multiple languages, including Hungarian, English, and German, attracting students from over 35 countries.
Since its inception, the Faculty has graduated over 5,000 dentists, with nearly 1,000 of them being international students. Additionally, the Faculty of Dentistry boasts an accredited PhD program known as “Research in the Dental Sciences.”