What our students say
We think our courses are pretty great but don't just take our word for it. Our undergraduate and postgraduate students have been telling us all about their experiences within the School of Clinical Dentistry.
Safe face-to-face teaching at the University of Sheffield - Raina
What do you like about studying Dentistry?
Student Vlogs - Nicole, Dental Surgery
Why choose to study a PhD?
Studying a PhD at the University of Sheffield
Sheffield is also a great city to live in, especially with the Peak District nearby
Alice Rigby Undergraduate Student, BDS Dental Surgery
Alice has always been interested in dentistry, but sport has also been an integral part of her university experience.
My advice to anyone wanting to study dentistry? Try to do work experience in as many places and fields as you can
Sunil Heer Undergraduate Student, BDS Dental Surgery
Sunil was surprised to realise that dentistry isn't all about teeth. He chose Sheffield for its balance of lectures and practical clinical work.
I've always felt supported throughout my studies; the tutors here are second to none, and I've learned so much from them
Phoebe McDermott Undergraduate Student, HE Diploma Dental Hygiene and Dental Therapy
Phoebe chose Sheffield because of its outreach programme, and the opportunity it provides to give students a glimpse of what real-world dentistry looks like.
Rayan Binduhayyim, Dental Technology
Rayan Binduhayyim Postgraduate student, MSc Dental Technology
"I was looking to improve my skills and gain new knowledge by studying at one of the most prestigious institutions in the world."
Katharina Clitherow, Oral Diseases
Katharina Clitherow PhD student, Developing a Mucoadhesive Drug Delivery Patch for a Wide Range of Oral Diseases
“A very rewarding part of doing a PhD for me were the many opportunities to meet interesting fellow academics to discuss research and exchange ideas”, explains Katharina.
Alhassan Alrafaie, Isolation and characterization of phages
Alhassan Alrafaie PhD student, Isolation and characterization of phages
Born and raised in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Alhassan’s research focused on isolation and characterization of special types of viruses called phages, which can recognize and kill bacterial cells. This project is supervised by Professor Graham Stafford and Dr. Joey Shepherd at the school of Clinical Dentistry.
Areeg Elmusrati, Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology
Areeg Elmusrati PhD student, Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology
Born and raised in Virginia, USA and from Libyan origin, Areeg chose Sheffield to research the mechanism of bone invasion in oral cancer, supervised by Dr Daniel Lambert and Dr Syed Ali Khurram, at the School of Clinical Dentistry.