What are your career goals after graduating?

Apart from continuing my career as a dentist, my career goals after graduation involve either pursuing a Ph.D. to further advance my knowledge and contribute to research in dental materials science or securing a position in a dental materials company, where I can apply my expertise to innovate and develop cutting-edge products for the dental industry.

Tell us about the teaching environment and lecturers on your course.

In my teaching environment, I’m fortunate to have experienced and supportive professors who deliver engaging lectures in modern classrooms. They encourage interactive learning and provide practical insights, creating a dynamic atmosphere that fosters academic growth.

Tell us how the course has helped you to develop your skills for your current/future career.

These courses have honed my skills in working with key dental materials like polymers, ceramics, and cements, while also exposing me to emerging technologies. Through research projects, I’ve gained practical experience and developed the critical thinking needed for advancements in dental materials science, setting me up for success in my future career as a dentist.

What are the best things about your course?

The best things about my dental materials science course include the opportunity to learn cutting-edge research methods, which allows me to stay at the forefront of dental innovation. The course provides access to perfect teachers who are not only experts in their field but also passionate about imparting their knowledge to students. Additionally, the practical hands-on experience offered enables me to develop invaluable skills that I can directly apply in clinical practice. Furthermore, the course curriculum is constantly updated to reflect the latest advancements in dental materials, ensuring that I receive the most relevant and up-to-date education possible.

Why did you choose to study your current course?

I chose to study dental materials science to expand my knowledge and skills as a dentist. Understanding the properties and characteristics of dental materials is crucial for creating effective treatment plans and ensuring the success of dental procedures. I aim to enhance my ability to select the most appropriate materials for each patient’s needs, improve treatment outcomes, and stay abreast of the latest advancements in the field, ultimately providing the best possible care to my patients.

Why did you choose to study at the University of Birmingham?

I chose to study at the University of Birmingham because of its renowned academic programs in my field of interest, its vibrant student community, and its excellent campus facilities. Additionally, Birmingham’s location offers plenty of opportunities for cultural experiences and extracurricular activities, making it an ideal place for both academic and personal growth. Also, because it ranks highly both nationally and internationally.