dental surgery (orthodontics), medicine, pharmacy, midwifery (maieutics), physiotherapy…: These sectors attract a large number of high school students but have proven to be in high demand. Education lasts for a total of 5 to 12 years. In the program: an important theoretical component and a lot of practice.
Pathway to Education in Midwifery, Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy
High school students can study in midwifery, medicine, dentistry or pharmacy. After completing one, two or three years of tertiary education, the university offers two types of courses: a specialized “Access to Health” (PASS) course or a license with options. “Access to Health” (L.AS)
Access to the physical therapy education path
High school students have access to physical therapy education after one, two, or three years of tertiary education, or they can pursue a bachelor’s degree. An overview of the three types of courses offered by the university.
Admission to study medical science Orthodontics Pharmacy
Admission to the field of midwifery, medicine, dentistry or pharmacy is highly selective. Students have the possibility to apply twice in their first university cycle. They must progress in this course to present their 2nd application.
study physical therapy
Admission to physical therapy studies is selective. Students have the possibility to apply twice in their first university cycle. They must progress in this course to present their 2nd application.
Maieutic Studies (midwifery)
To become a midwife or midwife it takes 5 years of study: courses at the university provide access to health education, then 4 years in school. Training leads to a DE (state diploma) in midwifery, which is compulsory in practice
in being that doctor Physicians must spend 9 years on campus for general practitioners and 10 to 12 years for specialists such as surgeons or pediatricians. Training leads to the DE (State Diploma) of Medicine Compulsory for Practice.
orthodontic education (Orthodontics)
To become a dental surgeon takes 6 years of study at university and 9 or 10 years for those who need additional expertise such as orthodontics. The training leads to the DE (State Diploma) of Doctors in Dental Surgery, compulsory for practice.
Becoming a pharmacist requires 6 to 10 years of study at university, depending on the relevant exercises: pharmacy (pharmacy), industry, hospital, analytical laboratory… Training leads to DE (State Diploma) of Doctor of Pharmacy. and allow preparation alongside a business school diploma, an engineering diploma or a master’s degree.