Application Information

Deadline

November 3, 2014

Application Process

Candidates for the Advanced Graduate Education (AGE) Program in Oral Medicine have three program options:

  • Oral Medicine Certificate Only
  • Oral Medicine Certificate with Master of Medical Sciences (MMSc) degree
  • Oral Medicine Certificate with Doctor of Medical Sciences (DMSc) degree

Application to the Oral Medicine program is a two-step process.

Step 1 - Submit to ADEA PASS

ADEA Postdoctoral Application Support Service (PASS) application, including:

  • Personal statement
  • Letters of recommendation
    -Dean’s (letter) evaluation
    -Faculty letters of evaluation
  • Official transcripts from dental school and other advanced education programs. International applicants who attended dental colleges outside the United States or Canada must submit a translation certified by a licensed credentialing service.
  • Undergraduate transcript
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Step 2 - Submit to HSDM

HSDM Advanced Graduate Education (AGE) Supplemental Application, including:

  • Program selection. Indicate the degree or program to which you are applying in Oral Medicine.
  • Official test scores:

–Dental Admissions Test (DAT) if taken within past 5 years

–Part I, National Board Dental Examination (NBDE) (if taken)

–Part II, National Board Dental Examination (if taken)

  • HSDM Application Fee of $75 payable to Harvard School of Dental Medicine

International Applicants - Submit to HSDM

  • Official Score Requirement as of 2015 Cycle: NBDE Part I or GRE. The Advanced Graduate Education (AGE) program in Oral Medicine strongly recommends that international applicants submit the Part I NBDE or GRE Scores.
  • TOEFL REQUIREMENT Proficiency in English is required for all AGE programs.

HSDM Guidelines: Applicants whose native language is other than English are required to submit a recent TOEFL score.  Minimum acceptable score for admission to Harvard AGE Programs is 95 on Internet-based test with subcategory score minimums of Written 25, Spoken 24, Reading 21, Listening 17. Scores on the four sections should not vary significantly.

State of Massachusetts TOEFL Guidelines: To qualify for a limited license in the state of Massachusetts, Internationally trained dentists must score a minimum of 90 on the internet-based TOEFL examination with minimum scores in each category as follows: Written 25, Spoken 24, Reading 21, Listening 17.  Applicants who do not achieve these minimum scores in each section must retake the TOEFL.

Application fee

Submit a nonrefundable check or money order in the amount of USD $75 payable to Harvard School of Dental Medicine. Checks must be in US Funds. Applicant’s name, program (Oral Medicine) and Dentpin should be clearly marked on the check or money order. Cash or credit cards are not accepted. Mail application fee to

          Harvard School of Dental Medicine
          Office of Dental Education
          Attn: Admissions: 2015 Oral Medicine
          188 Longwood Avenue
          Boston, MA 02115

 

Send the HSDM Advanced Graduate Education (AGE) Supplemental Application for Oral Medicine to: 

2015AGE_Suppl@hsdm.harvard.edu
Subject:  2015 Oral Medicine