UCAS code: A900
SQA Highers: BBBB, including Biology.
GCE A Levels: BBB, including Biology.
IB: Overall score of 32 points, and 55 at Higher Level, including Biology at Higher Level.
ILC: Four HL subjects at Grade B3 at first sitting, including Biology. A in English and B in Mathematics at IJC (HL).
All applicants must also meet our general university entry requirements - including SQA, GCSE, or equivalent English language requirements.
All applicants who have firmly accepted an offer are required to have an enhanced criminal record check. The Admissions Office will send instructions for this process.
Guidance from the Department of Health recommends that students being admitted to the BSc in Oral Health Science are required to undergo viral screening for HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C and need to be immunised against hepatitis B.
This is required as part of the admissions process and applicants holding places in these programmes will receive further detailed information. A positive result in any test may preclude entry to the BSc in Oral Health Sciences because of the nature of the clinical procedures which students are required to undertake in order to obtain a registerable qualification.
The University has a responsibility to ensure that students studying on a programme that involves practical training in a clinical environment, and that leads to a professional registerable qualification, are fit to practise.
This is assessed according to the requirements and standards of the profession the student wishes to enter. Students will be provided with further information on admission.
The intake for this programme is 10 places, therefore entry is very competitive.
Find out more about the compulsory and optional courses in this degree programme.
Find out more about this programme's aims, what you will learn, how you will be assessed and what skills and knowledge you will develop.
Find out more about the tuition fees for this programme.
This article was published on Jun 29, 2012