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Graduate School of Dentistry

Graduate schools are often established within universities. Their mission is to provide research training. Graduate Schools incorporate both Research Master’s and PhD programmes, mainly for the purpose of improving interconnections between them.

For whom?

At ACTA, three separate groups are involved with the ACTA Graduate School of Dentistry (AGSD):

  • students taking a Research Master’s;
  • postgraduate students training in research that is part of a postgraduate programme at one of the clinical departments;
  • and PhD students.

AGSD’s mission

AGSD’s mission is to organize an appropriate programme for PhD students. Once they have obtained their doctorate, they are able to work as independent researchers in a competitive market. ACTA has no Research Master’s, so this component - which in many other faculties is part of the graduate school - is not to be found in the ACTA Graduate School. However, there are collaborative ventures with the research internship in the Master's phase of the Dentistry programme at ACTA and with the postgraduate programmes in ACTA.

Further details about obtaining a PhD

About 150 researchers are working on their doctoral research at ACTA. These are ACTA employees who obtain a PhD or guest employees in addition to their other work. ACTA Graduate School of Dentistry (AGSD) provides training for PhD students. In addition, ACTA has an independent confidential advisor especially for PhD students. View here for more information about PhDs

Director Research Institute ACTA

Contact details

ACTA Attn. Director of Research
Gustav Mahlerlaan 3004
1081 LA Amsterdam

Last update 02-04-2022

Director of Research has been vacant since April 1. More information will follow asap. Contact person for now is Dr Bart Hattink, research coordinator.