Postgrado en Odontología Integrada Avanzada

Type of programme
Postgraduate degrees
10 months
€14,160.00* (1r curso 2022-2023) *Sujeto a revisión cada año.
Spanish (secondary language: English)
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The Postgraduate Degree in Advanced Comprehensive Dentistry is aimed at dentists who want to diagnose, plan and treat any type of pathology they see at the dental clinic that does not require a specialist. In particular: endodontic treatment of any dental group (incisors, canines, premolars and molars), periodontal pathologies, prosthetic rehabilitation treatments, any type of conservative dentistry treatment, most tooth extractions and root canal exodontia, the placement of implants that do not require a specialist and problems related to the temporomandibular joint.

This postgraduate degree’s programme is divided into four parts: an initial theoretical part including lectures on all areas; a second part of clinical seminars to discuss the clinical cases of patients that students will treat at the Clinic; a third part involving clinical work experience where students will treat patients at the University Dental Clinic; and a fourth part including complementary theoretical-practical classes taught by external expert guest lecturers, hands-on courses in dental techniques and online diploma classes from other programmes also taught at the University.

Academic accreditation

  • 40 ECTS, Postgraduate Degree in Advanced Integrated Dentistry


The Postgraduate Degree in Advanced Integral Dentistry is based on a theoretical-practical curriculum, which aims to provide students with the comprehensive knowledge and skills they need to become general practice dentists, able to design and implement a treatment plan for patients who visit the dental clinic for the first time.

The theoretical programme will be taught by lecturers from the corresponding dental specialities, and the practical programme will focus on the treatments administered to patients at the University Dental Clinic.

The practical competences of this postgraduate degree are divided into specialities and explore the types of treatment we believe students should be able to administer, and which treatments should be referred to the respective postgraduate or master's degree.

The main objective is to enhance the competences students acquire on the Bachelor’s Degree in Dentistry, thereby improving their professional ability to deal with patients, and give them greater confidence when treating different pathologies. By the end of the postgraduate degree, students trained as “general dentists” must be able to carry out the vast majority of dental treatments (conservative dentistry, endodontics, periodontics, surgery/implantology, prostheses, etc.) in a fully integrated and organised manner.

Study programme and subjects 2022-2023

Subjects in course 1 Type Term ECTS
Clinical Practice Type: OB Term: Annual ECTS: 24
Clinical Seminars Type: OB Term: Annual ECTS: 5
Laboratory and Theoretical Sessions Type: OB Term: Annual ECTS: 4
Online Seminars Type: OB Term: Annual ECTS: 6
Treball de Fi de Postgrau Type: OB Term: Annual ECTS: 1
  • ECTS: European Credit Transfer System
  • Term: calendar period
  • (a): subjects which are taught in English

Prerequisites & admissions

Application for admissions

If you are interested in studying this Clinical Residence, you must do the following:

  1. Fill in the application form which you must request from

  2. Send by post or hand in the necessary documentation to the Faculty of Dentistry.

Admissions process

— Applicants must hold a degree in Dentistry.

— Curriculum vitae and personal interview.

— Proof of sufficient English and Spanish language skills.

Required documentation

  1. Pre-registration sheet correctly filled in.

  2. Certified photocopy of the student’s corresponding degree certificate (with certification)*.
  3. Academic certificate of the student’s qualifications (original or certified photocopies)*.
  4. Photocopy of the student’s National Identity Document (DNI) or Passport.
  5. €90** payable by bank transfer, with proof of payment.
  6. (except former UIC undergraduate students).
  7. CV containing a list of courses and conferences attended.
  8. Letter/s of recommendation (not compulsory).

*For students from outside the European Union, qualifications such as their degree certificate must be certified diplomatically or must have the Hague Apostille attached to them. (Homologated/officially recognised qualification is not required).

Candidates who are in the last year of their degree programme should provide a list of qualifications to date before they register.

**Non-refundable management fees.

Send to: 

Ms Cristina Junquera

Ms Paola Lago
Facultad de Odontología
Universitat Internacional de Catalunya
Edifici Hospital General 
Josep Trueta, s/n
08195 Sant Cugat del Vallès (Barcelona)

Grants & financial aid


Members of UIC Alumni are entitled to a 5% discount.