The first year focuses on theory of human biochemistry and physiology. Second year is a mixture between theory of conservative dentistry, periodontics, dental materials and clinical skills.Third to fifth year then progressively develops skills in various branches of dentistry.The course delivers content at a suitable pace. Contact hours are quite long, ranging from 22-40 hrs per week. The theoretical and clinical teaching are spectacular, with only a few exceptions. However some parts of the course are not as well structured as it could be, so the sequence of topics to be covered are slightly counter-intuitive. It would be much better if modules such as tooth morphology and conservative dentistry were given lecture and workshop time as well.The course is mostly exam-based, with a few projects and posters. Overall it is very enjoyable, as it hones practical skills thoroughly and gives an in-depth yet well-rounded approach to dentistry and the sciences.