Meet graduates of KI Master’s courses and clinical specialisation in orthodontics

Meet six post graduates from Saudi Arabia from a three-year program at Karolinska Institutet. They have participated in KI:s Master’s Courses and Clinical Specialisation in Orthodontics. At their graduation ceremony they expressed their gratitude of being part of the department and looked towards the future with optimism.

Graduates of the Master’s courses and clinical specialisation in orthodontics 2020. Photo: Cecilia Hultqvist and Lars Schullström

Karolinska Institutet has offered the Master’s courses and clinical specialisation in orthodontics since 1993. 

When asked why they chose Karolinska Institutet, one important argument is that Karolinska Institutet has a top ranking globally in this specialty. “It is a well-known and renowned program”, a participant explains.

Now that the training has come to an end, they have no regrets about their choice: “I highly recommend this program. We felt like we were part of a family at the Department of Dental Medicine. We will miss being part of that family” says one of the participants.

About the Master’s courses and clinical specialisation in orthodontics

The Master’s courses and clinical specialisation in orthodontics comprises of three and half year’s full time study and a total of 120 credits. The aim of the Master’s courses and clinical specialisation in orthodontics is to offer residents specialisation with a broad and solid academic foundation. The education provides knowledge and skills needed for diagnosis and care of children, adolescents and adults with an orthodontic treatment need. The education also emphasises health ethics, pedagogics and leadership.

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Susanna Sjunneryd

Project Coordinator