ADA study grants: support for tomorrow’s dental practitioners

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ADA study grants

The Australian Dental Association awards a range of grants and scholarships to provide support for the dental practitioners of tomorrow.

These annual study grants for Indigenous, rural, and remote dental students are of great importance as they seek to address two critical issues in Australian dentistry—the prevalence of oral disease among Indigenous Australians and the challenge of delivering viable dental care outside of major population centres.

Indigenous dental students and students from rural and remote regions are encouraged to apply for these grant programs, which total $60,000.

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Applications will be open from 20 January 2020 through to 31 March 2020.

Grants for Indigenous dental students

Five grants, worth $5,000 each, are available each year for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people who are studying to be dentists. For information and application details, visit Indigenous Grants.

Grants for rural and remote students

Seven grants, worth $5,000 each, are available each year for students from rural and remote areas who are studying to be dentists. For information and application details, visit Rural and Remote Grants.

This article sourced from the ADA website.

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