University Subject Tables 2017
With courses that last for five or six years, and a syllabus that will educate you in how to diagnose, prevent and treat oral afflictions and ailments, the decision to study a degree in Dentistry is not one that should be taken lightly. However, if you hold the right balance of the industry and intelligence, the excellent career prospects should make it all worth it. Get a taste of what you could be in for by using our Dentistry subject rankings.
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Dentistry — London
|Rank||University Name||Next Steps|
|3rd||2||Queen Mary, University of London||496||4.46||3.34||99||98.7||Profile Courses|
Rising up to the bronze spot in this years CUG Dentistry League Table, Queen Mary University of London suffers from reduced Entry Standards compared to the competition and worse Graduate Prospects – only 98% (imagine...). Obviously this is still high-scoring, which along with good Student Satisfaction scores and the third best Research Quality results, proves Queen Mary to be a top university for Dentistry. A high quality of education is available on the Bachelor of Dental Surgery course, including " a friendly and supportive school, with exceptionally good pastoral care," according to their website.
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|5th||4||King's College London||496||4.34||3.31||99||98.3||Profile Courses|
Fluctuating all over the Top 10 for Dentistry and only ever placing outside just once in 2011, King's College London 's position this year is due to the uni excelling in Research Quality. The capital university, according to their website, can offer students " an optimal experience and prepares a student very effectively for Dental Foundation Training and future practice. Students are expected to take responsibility for their learning from day one and will be given full assistance to succeed with this. " Tempted?
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The maximum scores for the measures shown are as follows:
- Entry Standards: No maximum
- Student Satisfaction: 5.00
- Research Quality: 4.00
- Graduate Prospects: 100
- Overall Score: 100.0
All measures used to compile the tables are available on the full table.