Study Dentistry in Spain


We have partnered with two of the most prestigious universities in Spain: CEU Cardenal Herrera University and CEU San Pablo University.

The degree in Dentistry at both CEU Cardenal Herrera University  and CEU San Pablo University  is led by eminent professors with extensive clinical experience. Students receive unique supervision by teachers and professionals, who accompany them throughout all their training providing them with valuable help and advice.

After training, the students are given the opportunity to further gain knowledge of the industry, working as an intern within the Dentistry Clinics at the Universities, treating patients, under the supervision of professionals.

Standards and Facilities

CEU’s standards and facilities are of the highest quality and comparable to those in the UK and US.

International Recognition of Qualifications

The Dentistry Degree from CEU is recognised by the GDC so graduates can carry out their clinical practice in the UK or any of the European countries.

Over 10 years’ Experience

CEU Cardenal Herrera has over 10 years’ experience in training students in the field of dentistry. Students are given access to cutting-edge technology, latest equipment and advanced treatment, in accordance with the European guidelines in the Dentistry Industry.

Dental Equipments & Laboratories

CEU’s Dentistry Clinic is equipped with dental laboratories, X-ray and sterilisation rooms where students can gain knowledge and experience

Programme Overview

Official Degree: Degree in Dentistry, automatically recognised in all EU countries
Location: CEU Cardenal Herrera in Valencia and CEU San Pablo in Madrid
Duration: 5 years
Tution Fees: €21000 per annum
Language: Fully taught in English
Required grades: ABB (A-Levels) / 24 points (IB) / 66% (other educational systems). 2 sciences subjects
Entrance exam: Not applicable

  • Anatomy & Histology
  • General Physiology
  • Biochemistry
  • History of Science
  • Statistics
  • Special Anatomy
  • Specific Physiology for Odontologists
  • Introduction to the Dentist Clinic
  • Psychology

  • Microbiology & Virology
  • Physical Principles of Imaging & Radiology
  • Introduction to Research
  • Pharmacology
  • Nutrition
  • General Pathology I
  • General Pathology II
  • Anatomical Pathology
  • Oral Ailments Connected to Systemic Pathology
  • Pathological Surgery & Recovery
  • Social Doctrine of the Church
  • Biomaterials & Instrumentation.

  • Preventive & Community Dentistry
  • Oral Medicine I
  • Oral Surgery I
  • Prosthesis I
  • Dental Pathology & Therapy I
  • New Technologies
  • Oral Medicine II
  • Oral Surgery II
  • Prosthesis II
  • Dental Pathology & Therapy II.

  • Epidemiology & Public Health
  • Paediatric Dentistry I
  • Periodontics I
  • Orthodontics I
  • Prosthesis III
  • Dental Pathology & Therapy III
  • Paediatric Dentistry II
  • Periodontics II
  • Orthodontics II
  • Prosthesis IV
  • Dental Pathology & Therapy IV
  • Minimally-Invasive Dentistry.

  • Legal Dentistry & Radiation
  • Safety Dentistry for Special Patients
  • Gerontology
  • Dental Implantology
  • Orthodontics III
  • Adult Clinic I
  • Paediatric Clinic I
  • Emergency & Pharmacology in the Practice of Dentistry
  • Orthodontics IV
  • Organization & Management of the Dental Clinic
  • Adult Clinic II
  • Paediatric Clinic II
  • Final Year Project.