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Our first deadline for applications is 23 October 2020 for January 2021 entry. After this date, the programme will remain open if places are available, and will be closed as soon as it is full, so we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible. For programmes with spaces remaining, no further applications will be accepted after 23 November 2020.
Our Maxillofacial Prosthetic Rehabilitation MSc has been designed for maxillofacial prosthetists, technologists and prosthodontists to learn to use cutting-edge digital technology for intra and extra-oral prosthetic facial rehabilitation in clinical practice.
UK applicants will be expected to have a diploma in Professional Studies (Maxillofacial Prosthetics & Technology) or a degree in Dental Technology with at least two years post-qualification technical experience.
King's College London is home to over 11,700 postgraduate students and attracts some of the best academic minds in the world. King’s is ranked a top 10 university in the world by the 2020 QS World University Rankings and we are recognised for the global influence of our research and innovation.
"I wanted to learn more in the field of facial prosthetics and this was a great opportunity for me to get an international education and at the same time stay living in Norway.
The lecturers at King`s have a great deal of experience both practically and theoretically. This is very important for me as I can learn about a variety of patient cases. The fact that King`s College has a solid reputation enforces the quality of the programme. I also like that the course offers updated computer technology education.
"When I finish this program I will continue working for a better cooperation with the craniofacial team, especially concerning treatment planning. I already feel more confident in treating patients and I look forward to learning more.
Studying at a distance allows me to remain studying and working in Norway. This enables me to continue to work in Oslo and to live with my family. As I have children in Norway it would be very difficult for me move to London. I can choose when to study and I can work at home and also to continue to work at the hospital.
I think the face-to-face part of the course in London was very rewarding because I got to know the other students and we had a lot of hands on training.
I recommend this programme to colleagues because you get an updated education making me more confident in treating patients. This is a way to get a formal education in an area where we come from many different backgrounds."