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Course Orthognatic Surgery and Orthodontics

InformationThe course/CS does not admit students in 2020/2021.

OVERVIEW

This programme aims to promote the acquisition of theoretical, methodical and practical know-how in orthognatic surgery and orthodontics at a postgraduate level, supplying medical professionals of different areas of specialization with instruments that may contribute to their continuous learning and a renewed up-to-date practice of their professions. The programme also creates a space of interdisciplinary production of knowledge and encourages research, providing the necessary means for the development of specific investigation.

ELIGIBILITY
Degree or integrated Master in Medicine with nominal classification of 14 (0-20), obtained at a Portuguese University, or with legal equivalent qualification. The coordinating committee can propose the admission of candidates with a medical degree classification under 14, or other degrees after curricular assessment. Titles holders of foreign degree may also be admitted, after curricular assessment, by the coordinating committee.

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MASTER&PHD APPLICATIONS – ALL INFORMATION 2019/2020



SCHEDULE – 2019/2020

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To assist the application, you can consult the Guide Support (1)

APPLICATION ONLINE HERE


To assist the registration, you can consult the Guide Support (2)

REGISTRATION ONLINE HERE


Contacts

Post-Graduation Area (Masters and PhDs)

Telf: (+351) 220 426 976
 E: posgraduacao@med.up.pt

 Informações e contactos

General information

Official Code: 6050
Director: António da Costa Ferreira
Acronym: MCOO
Academic Degree: Master
Type of course/cycle of study: Masters Degree
Start: 2003/2004
Duration: 4 Semesters

Study Plan

Certificates

  • Orthognatic Surgery and Orthodontics (120 ECTS credits)
  • Orthognatic Surgery and Orthodontics (120 ECTS credits)
  • Ortodontic Speciality (63 ECTS credits)
  • Ortognatic Surgery (63 ECTS credits)

Predominant Scientific Areas

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