Programme Design Driven by Practicality

The City of London Dental School offers access to an extensive range of masters degree.

Through a combination of academic rigour and experience The City of London Dental School has developed a flexible and innovative approach to education specifically tailored for in-service dental professionals. As a professionally-focused educational institution, the school appreciates the time pressures, financial commitments and clinical responsibilities unique to dental care professionals.

Course Fees

The course fee is variable depending on your point of entry into the programme and the number of modules required.

Fee per module is normally £3,333.00

Fee for the MSc (Clin) can range between £29,000 to £12,000 depending on point of entry and duration of the programme between 1 to 3 years.

Please apply for a definitive cost.

Scholarships or bursaries are not available. 

Please note that these degrees will not permit you to reside and work in the UK or register you with the GDC.

If you are intending to use these degrees as qualifications in your own countries you will need to confirm their status with your own registering of licensing bodies the school is unable to provide advice or assistance regarding these matters.

Extensive Range Of Programmes

The School offers a wide range of subjects and flexible study options, part and full that offer access to different years depending on previous post graduate experience.

  • MSc (Clin) in the Specialist Practice of Clinical Aesthetic Non-surgical Interventions;
  • MSc (Clin) in the Specialist Practice of Computer Guided Implant Dentistry;
  • MSc (Clin) in the Specialist Practice of Restorative Implant Dentistry;
  • MSc (Clin) in the Specialist Practice of Pulpal Therapy and Endodontics;
  • MSc (Clin) in the Specialist Practice of Dento-Facial Orthodontics;
  • MSc (Clin) in the Specialist Practice of Periodontal Therapy;
  • MSc (Clin) in the Specialist Practice of Dento-Alveolar Surgery;
  • MSc (Clin) in the Specialist Practice of Restorative and Aesthetic Dentistry;
  • MSc (Clin) in the Specialist Practice of Clear Aligner Therapy;
  • MSc (Clin) in the Specialist Practice of Digitally Driven Restorative Dentistry;
  • MSc (Clin) in Dental Sleep Medicine
  • MSc (Clin) in the Combined Specialist Practice of Restorative Aesthetic Dentistry and Periodontology;
  • MSc (Clin) in the Combined Specialist Practice of Restorative Aesthetic Dentistry and Endodontology;
  • MSc (Clin) in the Combined Specialist Practice of Restorative Aesthetic Dentistry and Implantology;
  • MSc (Clin) in the Combined Specialist Practice of Restorative Aesthetic Dentistry and Orthodontics;
  • MSc (Clin) in the Combined Specialist Practice of Restorative Dentistry and Clinical Aesthetic Non-Surgical Interventions

Learning and Teaching Strategy

All programmes are based on a  common modular format which can be taken over one to three years, full or part-time. Students can exit the programme at various stages with a postgraduate certificate, diploma or MCs in their chosen field of dentistry.

Teaching is delivered using blended learning approach requiring participation in online lectures and webinars combined with face to face teaching over several days. Students will receive tutor support and supervision on an individual basis helping and guiding them through their modules. 

Course Intake

Academic year intake is three times a year and corresponds to the programme modules usually run in October, January and May.