PRE-GRADUATE INTERNSHIP AND STATE EXAMS SESSION FOR 6th YEAR STUDENTS ADADEMIC YEAR 2022-2023
PRE-GRADUATE INTERNSHIP – from 26 September 2022 to 24 March 2023
STATE EXAMS SESSION – from 3 April 2023 to 11 May 2023
The 5th year STUDENTS, passed successfully all their exams, should be present at the Centre for Integrated Dental Medicine, FDM
on Monday, 26 September 2022 at 10.00 a.m.
EXAMINATION SESSIONS SCHEDULE - Regular State Exam Session
The pre-graduate internship program aims to provide high professional training in the field of the studied specialty, to improve the acquired practical knowledge and skills for the development of organizational, preventive, diagnostic, therapeutic and other professional competencies.
Rights and Obligations of Pre-graduate Students (Interns):
According to a decision of the Academic Council issued on 30.03.1992, due to the lack of regulation on the interns' status, the latter are students in VI course and receive scholarships following the general order, in line with the score shown in the previous year. Interns who, for some reason, have interrupted their pre-graduate internship, do not receive a scholarship for the interruption period. International students are not allowed to conduct their undergraduate internships abroad.
Pre-graduate Internship of students in the specialty "Dental Medicine"
Upon terminating their pre-graduate internship, students take six state examinations - in Prosthetic Dental Medicine, Dental, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Conservative Dentistry, Pediatric Dental Medicine, Orthodontics and Periodontology.
State examination committees are appointed on the proposal of the Dean of the Faculty and are approved by an order of the Rector of MU-Sofia. The state exam commission of each discipline is represented by three habilitated teachers.
Regular Exam Session: from 3 April 2023 to 11 May 2023
Resit Exam Session: from 19 June 2023 to 07 July 2023
Additional Session: from 17 July 2023 to 28 July 2023
Students, who have not passed successfully the state exams by the end of the last exam session, discontinue their education and reserve the right to resit exams with the next graduation class, but no more than three times and no later than one year.
Pregnant students and mothers of children up to 6 years of age, students with severe illnesses or family issues, may apply for state exam deferral, provided their exams are taken no later than three years. In case the exams have not been passed successfully within this period, these students lose their students' rights.