American College of Surgeon Division of Education and International Relations Committee offers International Scholarships for two international students in surgical education. The scholarship award will be intended for the outstanding students who can demonstrate their eligibility and be awarded a total amount of $10,000 each and support the youthful faculty members from countries other than the US and Canada with the opportunity to partake in various educational opportunities for faculty improvement and upgrade that will result in the acquisition of new information and skills in surgical schooling and preparing. This information and these skills will be helpful in working on surgical education and preparing at the scholar’s home institution and country.
The two awarded students will be joining the ACS Clinical Congress which also includes the Surgical Education Course, Principles and Practice, and other entire sessions and courses that address surgical instruction and preparing across the continuum of professional turn of events. Following the Clinical Congress, the scholars will visit Level I ACS-Certify Schooling Institutes or similarly perceived and established centers with an arrangement of study and connection customized to their specific training-based focus. These centers are regularly situated in enormous academic hospitals, which may also permit exposure to clinical areas of interest to the scholars.
For the conclusion of the Clinical Congress and the visit to the institutions, the scholars will be appearing at the ACS Division of Education and the International Relations Committee concise report explaining the outcomes that have been accomplished as a result of the scholarship, explicitly focusing on the accomplishment of the objectives illustrated in their application for the scholarship. Proof of support for the scholar’s objectives from the leadership at the home institution must be given by the candidate and will be used as one of the standards for the selection of the scholar. The scholarship will work with the scholar’s contribution in the subsequent cooperative journey on their education and preparation under the aegis of the American College of Surgeon Division of Education.
Scholarship Provider: American College of Surgeon
About the Provider
A well-dedicated university that aims to improve surgical education and the care of patients to safeguard the standards of procedures in ethical practice and optimal environments. American College of Surgeons continues to inspire more and more people by offering a high-quality standard of education and for more than 100 years they are committed t their mission and vision.
The ACS Foundation is well-focused on the initiatives that will improve surgical care for everyone. They are committed to taking strategic actions that will also foster equitable, diverse, and inclusive cultures that will yield to the betterment of the members, staff, and patients which they serve.
The ACS was an outgrowth of the profoundly successful Clinical Congresses of Surgeons of North America. These occurred yearly starting in 1910 to additional the schooling of rehearsing surgeons. The Clinical Congresses were themselves an outgrowth of the Surgery, Gynecology, and Obstetrics, one more drive of ACS Organizer Dr. Franklin H. Martin. All along, the School has been engaged with surgical instruction and research, patient government assistance, hospital standardization, ethics of training, and coordinated effort with other clinical associations. That legacy continues today.
Since the American College of Surgeons was founded, it has granted Privileged Fellowships to individuals who possess a worldwide standing in the field of surgery or medication or have delivered distinguished helpful services, especially in the field of clinical science.
- Academic Year: 2023-2024
- Applicant’s Nationality: International
- Degree Level: PhD
- Field: Medicine/Surgeon
- Scholarship Awards: $10,000
- Number of Awards: Two
- Duration: NA
- Renewable: Yes
- Offered Annually: Yes
Before proceeding with the application, interested applicants must meet the eligibility criteria for the scholarship.
- Graduate students in any school of medicine have completed their surgical training.
- Fully-trained surgeons with five years of experience after the completion of their surgeon certification or equivalent, keep in mind that more than twenty years of surgical experience will not be accepted.
- Applicants must submit their applications from their planned area or location. Applications will be acknowledged for processing just when the applicants have been in surgical work on, educating, or research for at least one year at their expected permanent location, following the completion of all conventional preparation which also counts fellowships and scholarships.
- The applicants must also show evidence of their commitment to surgical training, high-quality surgeries, and also improvements in surgical care in their communities.
- The past beneficiaries of the award will not be qualified.
- The applicants must be able to submit all the required documents and fields, it is important that all submitted files will be converted into the English language.
- Inclination will be given to applicants who have not previously experienced preparing or surgical fellowships in the U.S. or on the other hand Canada.
- Applicants must submit freely pre-arranged letters of recommendation from three (3) of their colleagues. One letter must be from the division wherein they hold a clinical or scholarly arrangement or from an Individual of the American College of Surgeons residing in their country. The Individual’s letter is to straightforwardly address the candidate’s obligation to top-notch surgery, training, and further developing access to surgical consideration locally. Letters of recommendation should be submitted by the persons making the recommendations.
- Keep in mind that the award for 2023 cannot be postponed or transferrable.
- The beneficiary of the award must be able to provide written statements upon their return to their home country.
- The unsuccessful candidates can also re-apply twice per award opening date and submit new application forms and materials.
The application can be accessed in an online portal provided by ACS.
Two candidates will be awarded amounting to up to $10,000 each.
The deadline to complete and submit the application is until February 1, 2023.