Every graduate student in Dentistry should have financial support if he or she does not have independent funds. This support can be acquired from a variety of sources such as fellowships and studentships, lab demonstratorships, or from the research supervisor’s grant funds.
Fellowship and studentship competitions are held annually and are awarded on the basis of academic merit. Most of the deadlines for the federal and provincial agencies are in the fall for tenure in the following year. The major funding agencies include CIHR, NSERC, FCAR, and FRSQ. It is important that all prospective students who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada explore all sources of aid available through public and private agencies.
Additional information about funding can be obtained from the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website.
International students admitted to McGill University must have financial support before coming to Montreal. Prospective students are urged to make every effort to secure fundsfrom sources other than McGill. Opportunities should be explored through established agencies in their own countries, as well as agencies that fund international students to travel abroad through competitions.
For example, the Commonwealth Scholarship Plan provides opportunities for students from Commonwealth countries to study in other Commonwealth countries. The World University Service of Canada (WUSC) provides funding through competition for students from many European countries. Possible funding from McGill includes the Graduate Faculty Awards competition and the McGill/CIDA competition for students from developing countries.
|Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Toronto||Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Toronto|
|Location||Toronto, ON, Canada|
|School Type||Dental School|
|School Size||Full-time Graduate: 60|
|Entry Grade (%)*|
|Prerequisites Notes||In order to be eligible to apply to the International Dentist Advanced Placement Program, applicants must be graduates of a minimum four-year University dental program not recognized by CDAC. Achieve a minimum overall grade point average of 3.0 (4.0 scale) for all dental coursework. Be a Canadian citizen or have permanent residency status in Canada by the July 2nd application deadline. International Students are not eligible to apply to this program.|
|Description||The International Dentist Advanced Placement Program (IDAPP ) is a special university program held over five months. After successful completion of this program students are fully integrated into the third year of our four year Doctor of Dental Surgery Program (DDS), leading to the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery. The program is intended for graduates of non-accredited dental programs, i.e. educational programs that have not been recognized by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of Canada (CDAC) or the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation. Its purpose is to prepare students to take the examinations of the National Dental Examining Board of Canada (NDEB), the same examinations which graduates of accredited dental programs must take to obtain certification. Upon successful completion of the International Dentist Advanced Placement Program and the NDEB examinations, the candidate will be eligible for licensure/registration as a Dentist in all provinces in Canada.|
Schulich Dentistry Summer Research Program
At Schulich Dentistry, we study several areas of research that cover the spectrum of oral health and disease and related major health conditions. Our multi-disciplinary and collaborative research programs provide outstanding training opportunities for our undergraduate and graduate students. Led by our clinician-scientists, our research programs fall under five broad research clusters.
Biomaterials, Biomedical Engineering
Dental Education and Pedagogical Research
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Summer Research Training Program (SRTP) for Medical Students
NEW: The Schulich Research Opportunities Program (SROP) has been merged into the SRTP. Students can submit an SRTP application for a one or two summer project.
The goal of the Summer Research Training Program (SRTP) is to encourage medical students to pursue their interests in medical research. SRTP enables first and second year medical students in Schulich Medicine & Dentistry to work under the supervision of a faculty member on a research project during the summer months, for one or two summers.
- To allow medical students to gain exposure to research.
- To encourage students to develop a scholarly approach to the practice of medicine.
- To assist in choosing a career path after graduation.
- December 6, 2021 – Project proposals due into Research Office from potential supervisors
- December 13, 2021 – List of SRTP Projects made available to the Medicine Class of 2024.
- December 2021 / January 2022 – Interested students review the available projects submitted by faculty members and contact potential supervisors.
- January 24, 2022 – Deadline for submission of completed application from students and supervisors.
- March 2022 – Students and supervisors are informed of the funding decisions.
Students participate in SRTP for ten weeks in the summer(s). SRTP requires a one or two summer commitment from both the student and supervisor. The project duration (one summer or two summers) must be specified in the project description and in the completed application. PLEASE NOTE: a one summer project cannot be extended to two summers at a later date.
Schulich Medicine & Dentistry provides funds for one or two summers, in the form of a stipend, to support STRP participants. Participants will be receive a stipend of $4,500 per summer. Participants are expected to work full-time for 10 weeks on their project.
Students enrolled in the first year of the MD program at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry may apply for SRTP. This includes students at both the London and Windsor sites. Students enrolled in Schulich Medicine & Dentistry’s MD/PhD program or students concurrently enrolled in a master’s program are not eligible for SRTP, nor are students who already hold a PhD. Students who already hold a master’s degree and wish to participate in SRTP may not work in the same laboratory where they received their graduate training.
Participants may be eligible for the following awards:
- Dr. L. DeWitt Wilcox Award is given to a student who has demonstrated initiative, drive, awareness of research and the ability to persevere in completing an SRTP project. The award is intended to recognize the student’s outstanding performance in research by permitting the student to present this research at the National Student Research Forum in Galveston, Texas.
- Dr. Glen S. Wither Award for Research is given for outstanding participation in SRTP.
- Horace and Clarice Wankel Memorial Award for Cardiovascular Research is awarded to a student demonstrating special interest in some area of research in cardiovascular diseases.
Each year, approximately 25-40 students enter the first year of the program. If the number of applications exceeds the available funds, the SRTP Committee reserves the right to take into account the balance of disciplines and of types of projects in selecting participants. Students may only submit one SRTP application.
Participants are required to:
- Complete a research project, over one or two summers, under the supervision of a faculty member in Schulich Medicine & Dentistry.
- Present their project at the SRTP Seminar Series during the first summer and second summer (if applicable).
- Attend SRTP Seminar Series held in the morning of approximately six of the ten weeks during the summer.
- Submit report at the end of the first summer. For students in a project of two summers duration, this will be an interim report. For students in a project of one summer duration, this will be a final report.
- Submit a final report at the end of the second summer (if applicable) in competition for one of the three available prizes.
- Depending on the source of funds, participants may be required to provide additional information to a funding agency.
The Summer Research Training Program is supported with funds from sources including:
- Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry
- Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry clinical departments
- Lawson Health Research Institute
- Mach-Gaensslen Foundation of Canada
- Margaret A. McCullough Heart Research Fund
- Underwood Scholarship in Diabetes
Global Research Opportunities in Health (GROH)
International projects can be submitted through the Global Research Opportunities in Health (GROH) Program.
- GROH is part of the SRTP and the guidelines, procedure and deadline are the same.
- GROH projects will be expected to take place in a low to middle income country. Projects within Canada will be considered if they are based on research that is concerned with health matters that are without borders and involve marginalized or at-risk populations (eg. prison health, health of those experiencing homelessness, aboriginal health, refugee health, etc.). If you are unsure if a country and/or project meets GROH’s requirements, please email email@example.com.
- GROH applications will be adjudicated using the same RIGOROUS criteria that is used for all SRTP applications.
- Virtual research placement may be an option for GROH applications in the event that mobility is not possible for the summer 2022. Please identify in your GROH application if your research project can be conducted virtually.
- All the successful GROH applicants will be required to contact the Schulich International Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange for the mandatory pre-departure training, medical risk assessment, mask fitting, out-of-country follow-up plan and other logistics pertaining to the research placement.
Schulich-UWindsor Opportunities for Research Excellence Program (SWORP) For Medical Students
Get the Skills to Be a Professional Dental Assistant
13 Week Hands-On Dental Assisting Training Program
If you’re interested in the dental field and ready to get established in a rewarding professional career (without spending years in school), you could have a bright future in Dental Assisting.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor, “employment of dental assistants is projected to grow 25 percent from 2012 to 2022, much faster than the average for all occupations.”* Now is an exciting time for new professionals entering the field!
Become a Professional Dental Assistant
The American Institute of Dental Assisting (AIDA) in Colorado Springs, Colorado, provides the hands-on training, practical clinic experience and dedicated industry support it takes to launch a rewarding career in as little as 13 weeks.
Students train in an actual dental clinic with real patients under the guidance of Colorado State licensed dentists. No plastic dental dummies here!
You’ll feel comfortable moving into any dental assisting situation after gaining so much real-world patient care experience before you graduate.
Get the Modern Skills Top Employers Expect
The AIDA program includes focused instruction on the latest, up-to-date x-ray information and techniques, including analog and digital. You’ll also learn the industry-specific Dent Soft software.
The majority of dental offices in Colorado use the Dent Soft software. Being fully skilled on the software can give you a leg up on the job-hunting competition.
Get Working Sooner!
This is career-focused education. In just 13 weeks you will be prepared to enter the exciting new profession of dentistry!
Dr. Roger Humphrey, school owner and director, established this unique curriculum to maximize learning and focus strictly on the necessary knowledge and skills to get employment in the dental field. You get the skills you need to succeed with no unnecessary filler to drag out the program and drive up cost.
Convenient Evening & Weekend Classes
AIDA’s career training is specifically designed to fit the needs of busy adult learners. Many students are working and/or raising families while going to school. You can choose from convenient day, evening and weekend schedules.
Get the training you need to advance your career in a flexible, convenient way that fits your life.
Funding Your Career Training
Education is one of the most valuable investments you’ll ever make. Many students need a little help to make it happen.
Not only does AIDA’s streamlined 13-week program allow us to offer training at a significantly lower price than other area programs, we will work with you to explore financing options including county grants, private funding and even flexible payment plan options.
Get the Support You Need to Launch a Successful Career
Dental Assistant training isn’t about getting a diploma to hang on the wall – it’s about getting a bright future. As an AIDA student and graduate you will be supported by a dedicated team of career placement assistance professionals, who will help you pursue employment in the dental office and environment that suits you best.
Many of our graduates find employment with the dental practice where they spend their externship!
Is a Rewarding Career in Dental Assisting Right for You?
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A helpful Admissions Representative will be happy to answer any questions you have and help with everything from scheduling to funding.
For immediate questions, call 1-719-297-5340.
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Dentistry Scholarships, Fellowships and grants for international students in Canada
Full list of Dentistry Scholarships, Fellowships and grants for International students in Canada- eligibility criteria, deadlines, application form, selection process & more!
[Updated 3 days ago] Dentistry Scholarships for International students in Canada are below:
- David W. Strangway Award For Excellence |
- Aspire – Canada Scholarship Program |
- HKADC Overseas Arts Administration Scholarships |
- Graduate Fellowships |
- NEADS National Student Awards in Canada |
- MOE-AU Scholarship For Singaporean Students |
- NWO Rubicon Scholarship |
- Joubin/Selig Scholarship Fund For Post-Secondary Education |
- Momeni Iranian Financial Assistance Scholarships |
- Advanced Placement Scholarship|
Dentistry Scholarships, Fellowships and grants for international students in United States
Full list of Dentistry Scholarships, Fellowships and grants for International students in United States- eligibility criteria, deadlines, application form, selection process & more!
[Updated 3 days ago] Dentistry Scholarships for International students in United States are below:
- Fulbright Scholarships For Norwegian Students |
- Pickard Parry Pfau Scholarship |
- Fulbright Program For Citizens Of Afghanistan |
- HKADC Overseas Arts Administration Scholarships |
- Cherokee Scholars Scholarship |
- Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program |
- Queen Of The Festival Scholarships |
- Diplomat Summer Fellowship Program For Social Innovators |
- Maroon Global Excellence Scholarship |
- University of Minnesota – Global Excellence Scholarships in US, |
- more scholarships below
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