Barts and The London School of Dentistry BDS (A200) 

Dentistry | BDS (5 Years), Full time 
UCAS Code: A200, Institution Code: Q50, Campus Code: W 
UCAS application deadline: 15 October 
Dentistry 3rd - The Guardian University Guide 2017 – UK subject rankings 
1st in London for overall student satisfaction – NSS 2016dit it. 
International students are welcome.  
This is the product of the merging of two historically institution in London, St Bartholomew’s Hospital (founded in 1123) and The London Hospital Medical College, holds a capacity of 70 student per year, both location of the school is close related to nearby communities that will assure patients availability. In London Hospital Medical college the dental clinics have been reallocated in 2014 into the new refurbished Alexandra wing in Whitechapel. Offering high modern installation.  
Clinical settings besides the main venue 
- Clinics at Barkantine, near Canary Wharf. 
- Southend-on-Sea. 
- Clinic Sir Ludwig Guttmann centre in the Olympic park. 
The renewed curriculum has five themes running through all the years, with some themes having a greater presence in the early years. The themes are: 
Scientific basis of clinical practice: more dominant in Years 1 and 2 but will run throughout the programme. 
Clinical practice: more dominant from Year 2 onwards. 
Teamwork, professionalism and social responsibility: runs as a continuum throughout all years. 
Evidence-based dentistry, dental public health, global health and research: all years. 
Academic advising and graduate attributes: overarching support of individual development through feedback, monitoring and career development throughout all years. 
Learning and Teaching 
Practical sessions (laboratories, IT labs, clinical skills labs and clinics). 
Seminars (for small groups allowing best feedback and close contact between students). 
Lectures and symposia. 
Clinical teaching. 
Training in communication skills 
Continuous assessments. 
Anual assessments. 
Formative assessments (this will help to self evaluate your own learning). 
Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs). In OSCEs you move through a series of stations and will be assessed on your ability to interact with clinical simulations, effectively accomplish tasks and communicate or interact with both real and simulated patients. 


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