Planmeca’s solutions are used in all of the world’s top 3 dental universities. According to QS World University Rankings, the number one dental school in the world is Karolinska Institutet in Sweden followed by the University of Hong Kong in 2nd place and another Swedish school, the University of Gothenburg, in 3rd place.
In April QS World University Rankings published a ranking of the world’s top dental schools of 2015 as one of six new additions to the QS World University Rankings by Subject. According to the ranking Sweden claims two of the world’s top 10 dentistry schools, including the world number one, Karolinska Institutet, and number three, the University of Gothenburg. The University of Hong Kong (HKU) ranks 2nd.
All of these top 3 dentistry schools use Planmeca’s unique teaching solutions. As one of the world leaders in dental technology, Planmeca is committed to improving the quality of dental education worldwide. Planmeca’s teaching concept offers advanced tools for modern dental education – from simulation units and software to centralised infection control, dental care units and CAD/CAM solutions as well as 2D and 3D imaging devices.
It is of primary importance that dental students come in contact with the latest technology during their studies. [click to tweet] Planmeca’s solutions do just that by creating a modern learning environment that simulates real treatment and is cost-efficient for dental institutions.
Planmeca’s dental units, imaging devices and software solutions are the choice of over 200 leading universities around the world, including the Danish University of Copenhagen (11th place in the QS ranking) and Aarhus University (23rd place), the Australian University of Melbourne (14th place) and the Canadian University of British Columbia (26th place).
Top 10 dental schools in the world
Based on the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2015
1. Karolinska Institutet
2. University of Hong Kong (HKU)
3. University of Gothenburg
4. University of Michigan
5. KU Leuven
6. Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU)
7. King’s College London (KCL)
8. University of Otago
9. Harvard University
10. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
QS World University Rankings is the most widely read university comparison, first published in 2004. QS has published the world’s top universities in a range of popular subject areas annually since 2011. Schools are ranked based on academic reputation, employer reputation and research impact. The rankings aim to provide a useful resource for students seeking the top universities around the world.
By: Sanna Tolmunen