General information

The Master Degree course consists of 8 modules with a rating from 4 to 16 ECTS credit points. 60 credits are allocated altogether, each credit corresponding to 25 working hours. In summary, the workload amounts to approx. 1500 working hours including the final exam.

The contact time amounts to approx. 50 days. The courses are primary held at Heinrich-Heine-Universität on week-ends or in one block. Practical courses can also be held at another university. Course elements not rendered during contact time will be acquired through self-study based on clinical patient care, preparatory work for modules and formulation of the master thesis.


Admission requirements

The requirements for the admission to the Master Degree course in Endodontics at Heinrich-Heine university in Düsseldorf are:

1. University degree in dentistry with a regular period of study of at least 8 semesters (240 credits),

2. License to practise dental medicine, recognised in Germany or occupation permit

3. Proof of post-graduate occupation as a dentist in a practice/at a university for a minimum of 1 year and

4. Good German language skills (foreign applicants must have proof of language skills according to level C1).

Heinrich-Heine university's board of examiners will inform the applicants in writing of the decision taken regarding their admission or denial of admission to the course.


Students and equipment

A total of maximum 28 students will be admitted to the degree course organised by the Düsseldorf Dental Academy. All students will be provided with an individual working space and a dental microscope during their practical exercises, as well as with all other equipment necessary.


Graduation

After successful graduation, the title of Master of Science (M.Sc). will be awarded by Heinrich-Heine university, subject to the following requirements:

a) Acquisition of 60 ECTS
b) Successful writing and presentation of a master thesis


Schedule

The schedule details are currently being organised. The following dates, however, can be disclosed, subject to change:

Course 2018/2019

Course 2018/2019

Introductory days

01.06.-02.06.2018

Practical block teaching I

23.07.-28.07.2018

Practical block teaching II

20.08.-25.08.2018

Scientific work I

07.09.-08.09.2018

Basics I

28.09.-29.09.2018

Scientific work II

11.10.-13.10.2018

Basics II

09.11.-10.11.2018

Basics III

23.11.-24.11.2018

Interdisciplinary subject I

31.01.-02.02.2019

Interdisciplinary subject II

21.02.-23.02.2019

Practical block teaching III

13.03.-16.03.2019

Interdisciplinary subject III

04.04.-06.04.2019

Interdisciplinary subject IV

10.05.-11.05.2019

Clinical block teaching I

14.06.-15.06.2019

Clinical block teaching II

10.07.-13.07.2019

Research project I

06.09.-07.09.2019

Patient block care

27.09.-28.09.2019

Research project II

08.11.-09.11.2019


Course hours daily from 09.00 clock until about 17.00 clock.

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