Advice and support to help you succeed as a dental student and make the right start in your career.
Protecting your profession
- Negotiating on your behalf as your dental trade union
- BDA Student Committee – two student representatives from each UK dental school
|||Supporting your studies
- Access to Europe's largest dental library – with over 600 dental textbooks, and 263 eJournals to read and download
- Revision packs on key topics
Career Guide – posted to fourth year members (BDS4) in the autumn term
Getting your First Job Guide – posted to final year members at the start of the autumn term
- SJT Mock exam — for final year members, to polish up your skills for the dental foundation training assessment.
Keeping you up to date
BDJ – online access to the UK's leading dental journal. Posted to you twice a month from third year (BDS3) onwards
BDJ Student – student magazine. Accessible online
BDJ In Practice – online access with everything practising dentists need to know
- BDA monthly Student e-newsletter – the latest news about dentistry.
|||Supporting you on the ground
- Health Assured – free telephone and face-to-face counselling
- BDA lectures – online or at your dental school
- Careers lecture – for fourth year members (BDS4), held online or at your dental school
- DFT interview skills lecture – for final year members, held online or at your dental school
- Network of branches – meet other local dentists.
Saving you money
- BDSA events – £30 discount on BDSA Sports Day and Conference
- Savings on Orascoptic loupes – £100 discount for BDA members
- Specialist insurance – covering your home, tuition fees, loupes and more
- Save £250 off graduate membership – maintain continuous membership until graduation to qualify.
Offering expert advice
- Help and advisory service – available online and by phone
- 100 dental advice documents – free to download
- Student finance advice.
For £2.58 per month
For membership queries or to join over the phone please call: 020 7563 4550
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