The ITI International Implantology Team invites applications for the ITI Scholarship Program for international students. Award these scholarships to spend a year abroad in one of the 26 ITI scholarships in 22 universities around the world.
The ITI Fellowship Program aims to help clinicians continue their training in implantology and related treatments, promote international exchange and networking as a rewarding educational experience, and support the development of future leaders in implantology and ITI.
ITI is a worldwide association of professionals in implantology. The objectives of the ITI are the promotion and dissemination of knowledge about implantology and related fields.
NCVT ITI Scholarship
ITI Fellows/Scholars spend their year at one of the ITI Scholarship Centers around the world. These are university departments or clinics under the supervision of long-standing ITI members, all of whom are experts in the field of implant dentistry.
The ITI Scholarship Centers were chosen for their ability to provide information on all aspects of implant treatment in patients, in line with the ITI philosophy, which encompasses scientific credibility and a sense of responsibility towards the patient through an organization academic nonprofit comprised of clinicians and researchers in a scientific alliance.
Each center and its president of a scholarship center organize the scholarship program independently. Applicants can determine where their needs will be best served by reading the descriptions of each of the ITI Scholarship Centers on this site. Any questions can be discussed prior to application by contacting the centers directly.
ITI supports each ITI fellow with a subsidy equivalent to 30,000 Swiss francs for their living expenses. The allowance is paid in a predefined currency, as shown in the table below, and is calculated according to purchasing power parity.
At the time of application, no language certificate is required. However, some ITI Scholarship Centers may request a certificate before the start of the scholarship year. It is necessary to consult the NCVT ITI scholarship form last date.
Level/field of study
Applicants must have a degree in BDS, DDS, or equivalent. Scholarships are awarded to assist physicians in continuing education in implants and related treatments. Scholarships are awarded in implantology, dentistry, and other related fields.
The ITI Scholarship Program can be accepted at 22 universities around the world.
Aside from the ITI Scholarship Program for International Students 2020, there are other scholarships available for international students to study abroad. You can check our scholarship by country to access all available scholarships.
The NCVT ITI scholarship program is for international students, which means that students from all over the world can apply.
Scholarship Worth Scholarships for ITI Students
The NCVT ITI awards up to 15 scholarships per year. The value of each scholarship for ITI students varies by center. The following table shows the currencies and amounts of the stipends that apply to the different countries of the ITI Scholarship Center:
|ITI Scholarship Center Country||Currency||ITI Scholarship Stipend *|
|Brazil||US dollar (USD)||21,400.00|
|Canada||The Canadian dollar (CAD)||38,000.00|
|China||US dollar (USD)||21,400.00|
|Hong Kong||US dollar (USD)||31,900.00|
|Japan||Japanese Yen (JPY)||2,370,000.00|
|Mexico||US dollar (USD)||31,900.00|
|Swiss||Swiss franc (CHF)||30,000.00|
|UK||British Pounds (GBP)||19,700.00|
|United States of America||US dollar (USD)||31,900.00|
* These figures listed are valid for ITI Scholars starting their ITI Scholarship in 2020.
Below is a list of the most important requirements to apply for an ITI grant:
- Diploma in BDS, DDS, or equivalent
- At least two years of higher education in a dental specialty such as periodontics, oral surgery, prosthetics, or similar.
- Alternatively, three years’ work experience as a qualified dentist, including implant-related experience, is permitted.
- Postdoctoral training must be completed at the beginning of the fellowship year, but applications can be submitted as long as the candidate is still in training.
- Commitment to education and education.
- Good knowledge of the local ITI language preferred grant center
- At the beginning of the ITI year, some ITI exchange centers require language certificates for non-native speakers. For more information, visit the ITI Scholarship Centers on the ITI website. If no requirements are specified, language certificates for non-native speakers are recommended, but not required.
How to apply for the ITI scholarship form
Please bring the following documents for the ITI Scholarship online registration process. These documents, with the exception of the photo, must be signed by hand, then saved in PDF format and downloaded in the application profile:
- A copy of your identity document (ID) / passport.
- A personal letter of intent (no more than 2 pages) to the ITI Leadership Development Committee explaining why you think you would benefit from an ITI grant, with a particular focus on your future career aspirations.
- Download the signed letter of intent as a single PDF file. Click here to see the guidelines for the letter of intent.
- Two signed letters of recommendation: Recommendations must be recent (current year) and should ideally be made by a teacher, ITI member, or equivalent. Please note that only handwritten letters of recommendation will be accepted.
- One photo (passport size – JPG, minimum size 140 x 185 pixels)
- Language certificate (not required)
To complete ITI Scholarship Form Online or ITI Scholarship Application Form, please note the following that applies online from ITI:
- The letter of intent and the two letters of recommendation must be in English.
- All documents must be in PDF format.
- Make sure you have the email addresses of both of your collaborators.
- Study the list of ITI scholarship centers and choose two different centers’
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Deadline for application
The application deadline is June 30. ITI scholarship applications are submitted through the application portal on this page, which opens every year on May 31 from midnight to midnight on June 30. Late applications will not be accepted.
The ITI fiscal year begins on September 1 and ends on August 31 of the following year.
ITI expects ITI Fellows to continue to participate in ITI after their business year as active members. To enable an ITI member to become more familiar with ITI and its activities already in the award year, each member receives ITI membership free of charge during the fellowship year. You can also click the link below to get free ITI courses online.
Frequently asked questions about ITI scholarship programs
What do you need to get a full scholarship?
What GPA do you need to get a full scholarship?
To be eligible, students must have ACT scores of at least 31 or SAT scores of at least 1430, be in the top 5% of their high school classes, and have a GPA of 3.8 or higher.
Can a scholarship be applied for before acceptance?
The short answer is that you don’t have to wait for your college plans to be finalized or accepted to a university before you can apply for a scholarship. You can start applying for scholarship opportunities as early as your freshman year in high school.
Can I get a scholarship with a 3.0 GPA?
High school applicants must have a 3.0 GPA and college students must have a 2.75 GPA. …To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must have a minimum overall GPA of 3.0. This scholarship may be used for book, fee, or tuition credit only.