|Study location||Lithuania, Kaunas|
|Nominal duration||5 years (300 ECTS)|
|Awards||(Master of Odontology, Odontologist)|
|Tuition fee||€12,000 per year|
|Application fee||€350 one-time|
|Registration fee||€100 one-time
Baltic Center Registration Fee Includes:
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in any language
The aims of the Odontology Programme are the following: 1) to educate and train odontologists meeting the requirements recognized in the European Union; 2) to create possibilities for acquiring the qualification of an odontologist, granting the right to provide healthcare services; 3) to develop a personality capable of understanding and accepting changes in the society, and capable of functioning in a democratic society; 4) to foster interest in the novelties of the science and practice of odontology; 5) to develop creative, scientific, and critical thinking, and the sense of intellectual satisfaction from studies or work; and 6) to develop the ability to retain sufficient professional competence throughout the life-long learning period. These aims of the Odontology Programme are directly related to the mission of the Programme – to educate and train odontologists who could cooperate with other healthcare specialists for ensuring individual and public health. The aims of the Programme very clearly define the graduates’ readiness for professional individual activity of an odontologist, and for activity in research institutions, in state odontological/healthcare institutions, and in other odontology-related spheres of health promotion.
The Faculty of Odontology has gained international recognition for its achievements in the fields of scientific research and clinical practice. Students are also encouraged to conduct scientific research, which is well-known both in Lithuania and on an international scale. The Faculty is a member of the Association of Dental Education in Europe (ADEE), sends experts to participate in international work groups to draft Europe’s Harmonised Odontology Studies Project, and its members are on editorial boards of scientific journals. The Faculty of Odontology was established in 1922 and now is the main educational facility for dental practitioners in Lithuania. The Faculty consists of 5 specialized clinical departments and presently has nearly 700 enrolled students (including more than 120 international students). Undergraduate courses are available to international students in English.