Dentists who were trained in countries outside the United States but wish to practice here

may apply for advanced standing admissions.  These candidates are required to complete three years of study at Marquette.  Marquette admits foreign-trained dentists on a space-available basis.  The number of spaces available each year is generally unknown until March.  The program typically begins in May of each year.  At the conclusion of the three-year program, the student will receive a DDS degree.

The application deadline for our Advanced Standing program is January 1st. Potential applicants must apply using the Centralized Application for Advanced Placement for International Dentists (CAAPID), accessible here. The CAAPID cycle for the class beginning in August 2014 is now closed. The CAAPID application is open for the class beginning in May 2015. Additional details regarding Marquette's requirements are available on the CAAPID website.

As part of their application packet, candidates will be required to submit the following: