Subject to the stipulations of the General Regulations, the BChD degree is required, as well as the Postgraduate Diploma in Dentistry [PGDipDent] with the main field of study Oral Surgery (Oral Surgery with a minimum pass mark of 65%).
Other programme-specific information
A minimum of any two of the listed basic subjects is required. These basic subjects may be passed at the University of Pretoria or the College of Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery of the Colleges of Medicine of South Africa or may be part of the PGDipDent in Oral Surgery, or promoted/passed with a minimum pass mark of 65% from another tertiary institution (see also the General Regulations.
Students who hold the Postgraduate Diploma in Dentistry [PGDipDent] with Oral Surgery as the main field of study, may apply in writing for credit for the basic subject, clinical training and the written final examination in Oral Surgery, provided that a minimum of 65% has been obtained in the basic subject at the University of Pretoria (see also the General Regulations).
Examinations and pass requirements
The stipulations of the General Regulations apply.
Pass with distinction
A student must obtain a minimum of 65% in Parts I and II, and a minimum of 75% in each of the subdivisions of Part III of the study programme.