Berlin School of Health Sciences is a premier European Health Sciences Institution that offers higher degree programs in the area of dental & medical sciences, healthcare management, and other related disciplines.
Our programs are taught primarily by tutors who are university professors or outstanding clinicians who run successful dental clinics. These professors come from all over the world and have backgrounds in research, publishing, innovation, clinical treatment of difficult and complex cases, and marketing. This unique team is supported by world-renowned guest lecturers who share their clinical experience in their respective fields with the students.
WAGRO (World Academy of Growth Factors & Stem Cells in Dentistry) was founded in 2015 in Greece as a nonprofit organization aiming to raise awareness on medical procedures based on the use of growth factors and stem cells, especially in the fields of Advanced Dentistry and Facial Aesthetics. WAGRO’s specialized team along with scientific collaborators, academic affiliates, and members from all around the world has created an international network with strong bonds that envisages encouraging lifelong education of high quality, as well as promoting research and development.
WAGRO has memberships and affiliations with many universities and educational organizations. WAGRO has participated in educational programs in 42 countries and has been awarded by many dental associations and universities in Europe, America, Africa, and Asia.
The University of Bari ranks among the top 500 Universities in the world. The origin of the University of Bari dates back to 1581, when the “Collegio della Compagnia del Gesù” started the University degree in Philosophy and Human Sciences. At the beginning of the 18th Century the new “illuministic ideology” pushed forward the needs in the area of physical and natural sciences: as a consequence, curricula in Medicine, Law, Chimestry, and Botanics were activated in Altamura.
In 1772 the Royal College moved the Universiy activitiy from Atamura to Bari, including the very outstanding curricula in Legislation and Agriculture. At the beginning of the 19th Century, New University Schools (Licei) were activated by G. Murat in the Apulia Region. Some of these Schools were closed in 1861/2, after the creation of the Italy Nation , other Schools were moved to Naples. The University of Bari was instituted in October 9, 1924, on the foundations of the ancient Graduate Schools of Pharmacy and Notaryship activated immediately after the Unification of Italy as substitutes of the former “Reale Liceo delle Puglie”.