Introduction: One form of organization of the teaching-learning process is on-the-job education and it is essential to contribute to the improvement of this process. Objective: To describe the development of skills in on-the-job education as an integrating practice of the contents received. Methods: A descriptive study was carried out with 38 students of the Stomatology career of the Faculty of Medical Sciences "Miguel Enriquez", Havana, in February 2020, to whom a survey was applied. Results: 70.83% of the 5th year students consider that they are able to deploy clinical skills, 35.71% of the 4th year students and 66.66% of the 5th year students think that their teachers fulfill their functions in an appropriate way in this process. Conclusions: Very few 4th year students and more than half of the 5th year students assume to be able to develop skills in the clinic and appreciate that their professors perform their functions satisfactorily.