The German Association of Oral Implantology (DGI) and the Goethe Dental School Carolinum of the Goethe University Frankfurt am Main have signed a letter of intent to
cooperate on an international postgraduate master's program.
Goethe Dental School Carolinum
German Association of Oral Implantology
The Master of Science program in Oral Implantology (MOI) was established in 2009 at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main - one of the top-ranking state
universities in Germany. The postgraduate part-time program is tailor-made for the working dentist and takes into consideration the time constraints and job responsibilities of this profession. Upon
successful completion of the program, candidates will receive a Master of Science degree from the prestigious Goethe University Frankfurt.
Some Details at a Glance
The 2-year part-time program is designed for practicing dentists with at least two years of professional experience.
The academic staff and lecturers are a multidisciplinary and international team.
The students have to travel to Frankfurt four times during their course of studies andstay for about 10 days.
The tuition fees are EUR 32,000 for the whole program.
Benefits for DGI Graduates
Goethe University Frankfurt offers graduates of DGI's continuing education courses its part-time Master of Science program under special
conditions in a DGI master class.
Parts of the entry requirements (proof of at least 2 years of professional experience and two letters of recommendation) will be waived
exclusively for DGI graduates
Take advantage of the opportunity to be part of the first international DGI master class in Frankfurt, Germany and apply now!
For more information or advice on the program, please call or e-mail:
Dr. Catrin Kollmann
youvivo GmbH, Karlstraße 60