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oral pathology master

Discussion in 'International Dental' started by saminari, Jan 12, 2019.

  1. saminari

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    hi , i recently graduated from a dental school in Armenia . i obtained a dds degree , my plan is to move to Canada and continue my education in Canada . would it be possible to study for masters or do research with a dds degree in canada if you graduated from a non-accredited university ?

    im interested in oral pathology or an oral health master , im hoping after studying the master i can find a job and do the NDEB and eventually get my licence and be able to practice
    our university is listed in the world directory
    im 24 years old
    ielts academic : 7
    gpa :3.4
     
  2. oralcare123

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    You don't need to study in Canada. To get Canadian license you would have to go through Equivalency process - 1 theoretical and 2 practical exams on manikin plus two licensing exams. After that you can practice.
    They also have special route for specialists, not sure if it is easier or not.
    I would recommend to hurry, because they might close this opportunity like they did in 1999
     
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    . thanks you but do you know how long the process of getting the licences would take ? around 2 years maybe ?
     
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    Indeed. Every country and university course will have its own regulations. But you ask if it is possible, and it is. I assumed you didn't minded how hard it will be.

    If you are looking for a shortcut or an easy way to emigrate, there is no such thing on ANY country.

    Each course, master, residency, whatever, will have entry requirements.

    Work on your CV, work on your language, and work HARD. Nobody is going to give you a free entry to anything.
     
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  6. oralcare123

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    As far as I know exams are once a year. AFK is in February and the rest is May-June.
    The problem is, that they are hard to pass. You need to be really good, know English very well, especially if you did not study in English.
    Try to get to Canada well before exams and enroll in preparation courses
     
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