Today we will share a complete guide on Study Dentistry in Australia. Australia has been at the top of the list for higher studies. It has great universities, amazing job opportunities, and a multicultural environment. Every year students from different sectors come to Australia to pursue their studies.

Demand for dentistry is rising high day by day. There is an ongoing demand for dental professionals in Australia. Especially after covid, the government is also contributing more in this sector. 

Australia has many world-class universities for dentistry. Students can earn these worldwide recognized degrees from Australia. Tuition fees are less compared to other courses. Whereas, the salary expectation is higher on the side, almost AUD 300,000 and higher.

Best Universities

  1. University of Melbourne

  2. University of Sydney

  3. University of Queensland

  4. University of Western Australia

  5. University of Newcastle

  6. James Cook University

  7. University of Adelaide

  8. La Trobe University

  9. Griffith University

  10.  Charles Sturt University

Tuition Fees

Tuition fees for a bachelor's degree in dentistry vary from AUD 50,000 to 80,000 annually. The course timing is from 3-7 years depending on the university to university. The available courses are:

  • Bachelor of Dental Science

  • Bachelor of Dental Surgery

  • Bachelor of Dental Health Science (Honors)- Dental Health Science

  • Bachelor of Oral Health

  • Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene)

  • Bachelor of Science(Oral Health Therapy)


1. Minimum 50 percent marks in intermediate level with math, chemistry, biology, or relevant subjects in the syllabus.

2. ATAR score

3. English language proficiency tests like IELTS, TOEFL, and PTE. IELTS scores need to be a minimum of 7.0.

4. Requirements keep changing with the university's rules.


- Academic certificates with mark sheets

- Passport

- Statement of Purpose

- English language proficiency test result

- Letter of recommendation if needed

- Application fees

- Scholarships if you have any

Available Scholarships

  • Vice-Chancellor Excellence Scholarships

  • Global Academic Excellence Scholarships

  • Higher Education Scholarship

  • La Trobe International Scholarships¬†

  • Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions

  • University of Adelaide College International Scholarships


1. Find a dental course that you are interested in.

2. Search for the university that offers the course.

3. Check your eligibility.

4. Apply for the university.

5. Apply for a scholarship if needed.

6. Accept the offer if it is successful.

7. Apply for a visa

8. Enroll in your course

Dentistry has a huge scope in Australia. It is competitive so prepare harder. Education costs are also high so prepare for scholarships and take into account showing financial funds. Hope our complete guide on Study Dentistry in Australia will help you further.

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