The University of Sydney

Doctor of Clinical Dentistry (Dental Public Health)

The University of Sydney

Institution
Institution Title :
The University of Sydney
Local Title :
The University of Sydney
Institution Type :
Government
Country :
Australia
Location :
Sydney
Website :
https://sydney.edu.au
Total Number of Students :
60,000
Course
Course Title :
Doctor of Clinical Dentistry (Dental Public Health)
Program :
Masters Degree (Extended) of Dental Studies
Level :
Masters Degree (Extended)
Faculty :
Health
Broad Field :
Health
Narrow Field :
Dental Studies
Detailed Field :
Dentistry
Foundation Studies :
No
Work Component :
Yes
Course Language :
English
Duration (Weeks) :
156 weeks
Tuition Fees Range :
219,000 AUD (Non Tuition Fee: 939 AUD)
Dual Qualification :
No
Further information :

Work Component: Yes
Work Component Hours/Week: 38.00
Work Component Weeks: 48
Work Component Total Hours: 1824
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Address :
International Office
Level 4, Jane Foss Russell Building (G02)
The University of Sydney
New South Wales  2006
Title: The University of Sydney

The University of Sydney is a public university located in Sydney, Australia. Founded in 1850 The University is a member of the prestigious Group of Eight Universities and has a vast history covering many aspects of intellectual, scientific and socio-political life in Australia.

The University’s famous alumni include names such as Gough Whitlam, pioneer heart transplant surgeon Victor Chang, lawmaker Michael Kirby, journalist and broadcaster Mary Kostakidis, writer Clive James, opera singer Dame Joan Sutherland, activist Charles Perkins, seven Australian prime ministers including Edmund Barton who, in 1901, won Australia’s inaugural federal election, Professor Graeme Clark FRS, who made the first cochlear ear implant, and in 2014 Dr Anna Lau excelled on the frontline in the fight against the highly infectious ebola virus.

Faculties and Schools

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

School of Economics

School of Languages and Cultures

School of Literature, Art and Media

School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry

School of Social and Political Sciences

Sydney School of Education and Social Work

Sydney College of the Arts

 

Faculty of Engineering

Advanced computing

Aeronautical engineering

Biomedical engineering

Civil engineering

Electrical engineering

Mechanical engineering

Mechatronic engineering

Project management

Software engineering

 

Faculty of Medicine and Health

Sydney Dental School

Sydney Medical School

The University of Sydney School of Medical Sciences

Sydney Nursing School

Sydney Pharmacy School

Sydney School of Public Health

Sydney School of Health Sciences

 

Faculty of Science

School of Chemistry

School of Geosciences

School of History and Philosophy of Science

School of Life and Environmental Sciences

School of Mathematics and Statistics

School of Physics

School of Psychology

Sydney School of Veterinary Science

 

Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning

First in Australia for Architecture/Built Environment (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021).

 

The University of Sydney Business School

Global leaders in business and management education.

With a range of top-ranked programs and prestigious triple accreditation from AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS, The University is in the top 1% of business schools worldwide and global leaders in business and management education.

The University of Sydney Business School offers teaching and research across Accounting, Business Analytics, Business Information Systems, Business Law, Finance, International Business, Marketing, Strategy Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Work & Organisational Studies. It is also home to the Institute of Transport and Logistic Studies.

 

Sydney Conservatorium of Music

With more than a century of music excellence, be challenged, inspired and engaged as a 21st century musician in The University’s vibrant community of musicians, researchers and educators.

From Haydn to hip-hop, film scores and jazz, you can enjoy a breadth of musical study at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music that prepares you for a broad range of careers.

A career in music can take you all over the world: performing in orchestras, conducting operas, teaching music in a school, playing in a rock band or composing film scores.

The University’s degrees give you the opportunity to specialise in your area of interest or to explore other combinations of arts and social sciences subjects across the University of Sydney.

You will have plenty of opportunities to perform or have your work performed with some fantastic ensembles which you can join, including Symphony Orchestra, Wind Symphony, Choir, Jazz Big Band, Gamelan, Chinese Music Ensemble and our Early Music Ensemble.

 

Sydney Law School

As one of the best law schools in the world for teaching and research (No. 14 2021 QS World University Rankings by Subject), The University’s students learn from globally recognised legal educators and highly respected professional practitioners. Internationally-renowned researchers are working to deliver real-world change in Australia and overseas. 

Sydney Law School attracts exceptional students from Australia and overseas, and have an internationally respected faculty of scholars. Strong links to the practising profession means you will learn from barristers, judges and solicitors.

Established in 1855, Sydney Law School has made a significant contribution to Australia’s judiciary, politics and public life. Graduates include Prime Ministers of Australia, a President of the World Bank, and Chief Justices of the High Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of New South Wales.

Campus Locations

From the inner city of Sydney to the Great Barrier Reef, The University’s have teachers, researchers and students based all over Australia.

Camperdown/Darlington

The University’s biggest campus is 72 hectares of state-of-the-art teaching and learning technology, including six libraries, art galleries, historical museums, perfectly manicured lawns, and the following faculties and schools:

  • Architecture, Design and Planning
  • Arts and Social Sciences
  • Business
  • Engineering
  • Law
  • Medicine and Health
  • Science

Camden Campus

Veterinary Science and Agriculture students and researchers can access an extensive network of farms and research units on Camden campus. Camden is in the Sydney metropolis and part of the growth area in Sydney's south western suburbs.

Mallett Street Campus

Located in Camperdown just a short walk from the main Camperdown/Darlington Campus, Mallett Street Campus is home to:

  • the Brain and Mind Centre, and
  • NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre.

Sydney College of the Arts

The University’s visual arts college is based at the Old Teacher's College on the main Camperdown/Darlington Campus.

Sydney Medical School Campuses and Teaching Hospitals

In addition to the Edward Ford Building on the main campus, the Sydney Medical School has staff based in different teaching hospitals and specialist clinics across NSW.

Surry Hills Campus

The Surry Hills Campus houses the main offices of the Sydney Dental School, the Dentistry Library, teaching, seminar and recreational facilities and the extensive clinical facilities of the Sydney Dental Hospital. 

133 Castlereagh Street, CBD

The University of Sydney Business School and Sydney Law School run some classes here.

Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Located in the Royal Botanic Gardens near the Sydney Opera House, ‘The Con’ is a world-leading music school boasting five concert halls, recording studios, and performance spaces featuring the latest in acoustic technology.

The campus runs a bustling calendar of concerts and events open to the public.

Westmead

The Westmead Precinct is the centre of transformational health services, research and education in western Sydney, internationally recognised for its depth and scale of expertise.

Westmead is home to several leading health and medical service providers and research institutes, including the University's own institutes:

  • Charles Perkins Centre 
  • Brain and Mind Centre 
  • Marie Bashir Institute for Infectious Disease and Biosecurity 
  • Westmead Applied Research Centre

The Westmead campus is home to around 2000 students who are conducting study, research or clinical placements at Westmead and close to 1000 staff members and affiliates. Faculties and schools with a presence at Westmead include:

  • Faculty of Medicine and Health
  • Sydney Dental School
  • Sydney Medical School (The Children's Hospital at Westmead Clinical School)
  • Sydney Medical School (Westmead Clinical School)
  • School of Medical Sciences
  • Sydney Nursing School
  • Sydney School of Public Health
  • Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
  • Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning
  • Faculty of Engineering

One Tree Island Research Station

The Faculty of Science oversees the world’s only research station licensed to facilitate teaching and research on the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef.

The site spans four hectares of the southern end of the reef, and it remains almost completely free of human disruption or influence.

The research station has helped facilitate breakthroughs in climate change, geology and marine observation.

World University Rankings

The University regularly ranks in the world’s top 50 universities.

The University’s excellence in research and teaching makes the University of Sydney one of the top universities in Australia and highly ranked among the best universities in the world.

The University excels across an incredible breadth and depth of subjects and disciplines, from arts to architecture, engineering to education, geography to technology. 

QS World Rankings

No 1 in Australia and 4th in the world for graduate employability

No 3 in Australia and 38th in the world for 2022 university rankings

No 2 in Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings 2021

No 28 in US News & World Report Rankings 2022

No 58 in Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022

No 69 in Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) 2021

Subject

Australia

World

Rankings source

Accounting and finance

3

21

QS 2021

Archaeology

2

40

QS 2021

Architecture and the built environment

1

21

QS 2021

Agricultural sciences

3

36

US News and World Report

Anatomy and physiology

3

28

QS 2021

Arts and humanities

1

12

US News and World Report

Business and management studies

3

43

QS 2021

Clinical medicine

1

23

US News and World Report

Communication and media studies

2

22

QS 2021

Education

3

25

QS 2021

Engineering – civil and structural

2

14

QS 2021

English language and literature

1

18

QS 2021

Geography

3

21

QS 2021

History

2

22

QS 2021

History, philosophy and theology

2

41

THE 2020

Law

3

14

QS 2021

Medicine

2

19

QS 2021

Nursing

2

13

QS 2021

Oncology

1

9

US News and World Report

Performing arts

2

30

QS 2021

Pharmacy and pharmacology

2

13

QS 2021

Psychology

4

30

QS 2021

Public health

3

34

ShanghaiRanking 2021

Social policy and administration

3

33

QS 2021

Sociology

3

26

QS 2021

Space science

2

44

US News and World Report

Sports-related subjects

1

3

QS 2021

Surgery

1

40

US News and World Report

Telecommunication engineering

2

21

ShanghaiRanking 2021

Transportation science and technology

1

14

ShanghaiRanking 2021

Veterinary sciences

1

15

ShanghaiRanking 2021

 

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