Université de Laval Dentistry

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Location

Université Laval
2325, rue de l'Université
Québec City, Québec G1V 0A6
Canada

Contacts

Website: http://www.fmd.ulaval.ca
Phone: (418) 656-2120
Admissions e-mail: documentsadmission.1@fmd.ulaval.ca

Program Information

  • Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD)
  • 4 years in length
  • Note: All program information is in French.

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Admission statistics

  • Approximate number of applications each year: 600+
  • Class size: 48
  • International students are eligible to apply; however, most spots are filled with Canadian or Quebec residents.

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Admission Requirements

Course and Degree Requirements

  • Degree requirements include one of the following:
    • Diploma of Collegial Studies (DEC) in Sciences, Letters or Arts
    • DEC in Health or Pure and Applied Science and successfully completed the following courses:
      • Biology 401
      • Chemistry 202
    • DEC in Dental Hygiene and successfully completed the following courses:
      • Math NYA and NYB or Math 103-77, 203-77, 103-RE or 203-RE.
      • Physics NYA, NYB and NYC
      • Chemistry NYA and NYB
    • Any other DEC with the following courses successfully completed:
      • Biology NYA and 401
      • Chemistry NYA, NYB and 202
      • Math NYA and NYB
      • Physics NYA, NYB and NYC
    • A pre-university diploma comprised of 13 years of schooling and deemed satisfactorily in the sciences (math, physics, chemistry or biology)
  • Students with an International Baccalaureate do not require Physics NYC

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GPA

  • Minimum: There are no minimum cut-offs for GPA scores.

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Test d'aptitude aux études dentaires (TAED)

  • Minimum scores:
    • Perceptual Ability: 15
    • Manual Dexterity: 5
  • All applicants are required to do the TAED test. The deadlines to sign up for the test are September 15, or January 15.
  • Only the scores on the last test will be considered.
  • Test results are valid for 5 years.

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Supporting Documents

  • For students coming from other Quebec universities, the following is required:
    • Admission application form
    • $ 64 (CAD) Registration fee
    • Photocopy of the birth certificate
    • Official student transcript sent directly by the university
    • Proof of French Proficiency if the applicant did not attend elementary and high school in French. The applicant needs 860/990 on the Test de Français International (TFI).
      • This test must be completed within 2 years of the application date.
    • If the student is born outside of Canada, clear photocopy of the citizenship card (recto/verso) or permanent resident card needs to be provided as well as the Certificat de selection du Québec.

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Interview

  • Interviews are structured and worth 30% of the applicant’s evaluation profile.

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Evaluation criteria

  • Acceptances are based on:
    • Success on the DAT
    • Academic record - 70%
    • Interview - 30%

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Timeline 2017-2018

  • September 15, 2017: Deadline to register for the fall TAED
  • January 15, 2018: Deadline to register for the winter TAED
  • March 1, 2018: Application Deadline

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Tuition 2017-2018

  • Quebec resident
    • First year tuition: $2,900.76
    • Total fees: $15, 679.76
  • Out-of-province
    • First year tuition: $2,944.26
    • Total fees: $17,024.26
  • International Students
    • First year tuition: $2,944.26
    • Total fees: $18,256.26

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