Master Programmes

The DTMD University for Digital Technologies in Medicine and Dentistry offers exclusively part-time postgraduate Master's degree courses (MSc) for licensed physicians, dentists and certified medical technicians with proven professional practice and expertise.

DTMD University's Master's programmes are directly application-oriented and have a strong practical orientation. In addition to the successful attendance of courses, a final thesis, the Master's thesis, must be written and defended in a colloquium.

The Master MSc is a professional academic degree and entitles the holder to take up a number of specific professional activities, as in their own practice, in business and science. In addition, a successfully completed Master's degree allows the holder to take up further doctoral studies at DTMD University as well as at other universities.

„Master of Science Periodontology and Implantology (MSc.)“ of the DTMD University

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The most important information on DTMD studies at a glance
Designation Masterstudium „Parodontologie und Implantologie“
Academic degree Master of Science (MSc.)
Language Deutsch oder Englisch
Duration 4 Semester
ECTS 120
Model Postgraduate part-time university studies
Abschluss Master thesis and oral colloquium
Number of modules 14
Structure of the modules see module manual
Start of study / place of study 2021 Poland (English)
2021 Germany (German)
2021 Turkey (English)
2021 East Europe (English)
Dates See appointment overview
Admission requirements Licence to practise medicine and several years of professional experience
Costs € 29,800 as a one-off payment or in 4 installments of € 7,450 each no later than 14 days before the start of the semester

Fit for the future

New digital technologies and a higher degree of virtualisation require new student-centred teaching and learning concepts, content and forms of organisation that can be optimally mapped and realised in international networks.

The "University for Digital Technologies in Medicine and Dentistry, Luxembourg" (DTMD University Luxembourg) is not a traditional medical university with a primary physical location for its courses and research projects. Rather, the DTMD University represents an international network of highly qualified professors and lecturers from European universities and university hospitals, university institutes, academic teaching practices and international professional associations.

Short innovation cycles as well as rapid technological developments in medicine and its accompanying disciplines require an in-service updating of knowledge and a continuous expansion of the professional competence of all protagonists in the health care system. First and foremost, of course, the doctors and the medical-technical staff are addressed.

The concept

The postgraduate courses of study at DTMD University follow the principle of Life Long Learning. DTMD's master's programmes are designed to meet the needs of working people who wish to acquire further professional training in a targeted manner. The focus is on combining the scientific expertise of national and international lecturers with practical training at university level. Cooperations with other universities, specialized practices and educational institutions guarantee postgraduate training at the highest level.

The aim of DTMD University is not to train doctors to become medical computer scientists, but to provide them with skills in the field of "data literacy" or data competence from the perspective of a doctor working in a clinic or practice. This refers to the knowledge and ability to handle medically relevant data appropriately, interpret them and explain the results to the patient.

About the study

The world is going digital, our life is going digital: in order to take account of this development, the Luxembourg university not only consciously carries the term digitisation in its name, but also fills it with life every day in theory and practice. To date, digitalisation has received little or no attention in the basic dental subjects. In the meantime, however, digitisation has arrived. It will fundamentally change dentistry as a whole.

Particularly in diagnostics and sustainable therapy planning from the first image to the end of treatment, digitization is expanding into more and more areas of dentistry and is well on the way to systematically encompassing the entire workflow.

In addition to current developments in the field of periodontology / implantology, the master's programme also specifically includes periodontal therapy, functional therapy, pre-prosthetic and aesthetic treatment of adults.

Master Thesis

During the course of study, students write their Master's thesis. The topics are suggested to the students. Students can write their own topics after consultation with the supervising lecturer. The master thesis is presented and defended during the final oral examination.

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„Master of Science Orthodontics (MSc.)“ der DTMD University

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The most important information on DTMD studies at a glance
Designation Master Study „Orthodontics“
Academic degree Master of Science (MSc.)
Language German oder English
Duration 4 Semester
ECTS 120
Model Postgraduate part-time university studies
Degree Master thesis and oral colloquium
Number of modules 25
Structure of the modules see module manual
Start of study / place of study 2020 / 2021 Poland
Dates see schedule overview
Admission requirements Licence to practise medicine and several years of professional experience
Tuition Fees € 31,000
Payment modalities

3 options

  • one-off payment,
  • 4 installments of € 7,750 the first of these no later than 14 days before the start of the semester and the 3 the three remaining no later than 01.08.2021, 01.12.2021 and 01.04.2022.
  • 1 first installment of € 7,000 no later than 14 days before the start of the semester and 4 more installments of € 6,000 each no later than 01.04.2021; 01.08.2021, 01.12.2021 and 01.04.2022.

Fit for the future

New digital technologies and a higher degree of virtualisation require new student-centred teaching and learning concepts, content and forms of organisation that can be optimally mapped and realised in international networks.

The "University for Digital Technologies in Medicine and Dentistry, Luxembourg" (DTMD University Luxembourg) is not a traditional medical university with a primary physical location for its courses and research projects. Rather, the DTMD University represents an international network of highly qualified professors and lecturers from European universities and university hospitals, university institutes, academic teaching practices and international professional associations.

Short innovation cycles as well as rapid technological developments in medicine and its accompanying disciplines require an in-service updating of knowledge and a continuous expansion of the professional competence of all protagonists in the health care system. First and foremost, of course, the doctors and the medical-technical staff are addressed.

The concept

The postgraduate courses of study at DTMD University follow the principle of Life Long Learning. DTMD's master's programmes are designed to meet the needs of working people who wish to acquire further professional training in a targeted manner. The focus is on combining the scientific expertise of national and international lecturers with practical training at university level. Cooperations with other universities, specialized practices and educational institutions guarantee postgraduate training at the highest level.

The aim of DTMD University is not to train doctors to become medical computer scientists, but to provide them with skills in the field of "data literacy" or data competence from the perspective of a doctor working in a clinic or practice. This refers to the knowledge and ability to handle medically relevant data appropriately, interpret them and explain the results to the patient.

About the study

The world is going digital, our life is going digital: in order to take account of this development, the Luxembourg university not only consciously carries the term digitisation in its name, but also fills it with life every day in theory and practice. To date, digitalisation has received little or no attention in the basic dental subjects or in orthodontics. In the meantime, however, digitisation has now also arrived in orthodontics. And it will fundamentally change orthodontics as well as dentistry in general. Digital methods and tools promise faster and safer correction of malpositioned teeth and a large part of the therapy will be possible without the physical presence of the patient.

Particularly in diagnostics and sustainable therapy planning from the first admission to the end of treatment, digitalization is expanding to more and more areas of orthodontics and is well on the way to systematically encompass the entire workflow.

In addition to current developments in the field of orthodontics, the master's program specifically includes periodontal therapy, functional therapy, pre-prosthetic and aesthetic treatment of adults.

With increasing digitalization and automated workflows, orthodontics is developing into a treatment method for (almost) every age and thus represents an important expansion of the treatment spectrum for daily practice.

Today, orthodontics in its various indications must be offered in every dental practice.

Students are introduced to "practical" orthodontics step by step in theory and practice and can immediately apply what they have learned in their own practice.

Master Thesis

During the course of study, students write their Master's thesis. The topics are suggested to the students. Students can write their own topics after consultation with the supervising lecturer. The master thesis is presented and defended during the final oral examination.

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