We apologize for any incorrect information regarding the availability of stipends. If you have questions about the availability of stipends, please contact the program director for your respective program of interest.
Applications to our programs are kept on file for two years. In order to re-activate your application, you must send an email to the office of Graduate Studies (email@example.com) stating your desire to re-apply to a program. You must also pay a $125 application fee.
Applicants who have graduated from a non-English speaking dental school and for whom English is not their first language must take the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language). We do accept a score reported from IELTS in lieu of a TOEFL score. In order to be admitted, the applicant must score above one of the following minimum scores:
The TOEFL identification number for Case Western Reserve University is: 1105
The Department code for the School of Dental Medicine is: 38
There is no financial aid given to international students enrolled in the M.S.D. programs. A letter of "proof of support" must be submitted when a student is accepted into a program. Applicants must establish that they have available financial resources sufficient to complete the program uninterrupted. All on-campus work-study employment for international students must be cleared by the individual program director and the University Office of International Students.
We recommend that applicants to all our graduate programs take the National Board Dental Exams and score at least an 85 on both parts. In many cases, and especially in the case of foreign-trained applicants, applicants have not taken this test. In this case, we require scores from another standardized test, such as the GRE, though the most qualified candidates will have taken the NBDE.
Office of Graduate Studies
Case School of Dental Medicine
10900 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106-4905 USA
Early applications are recommended. Incomplete applications will not be sent to the program director for review.
Welcome to our website. Our orthodontic program is carefully crafted in order to provide the best education possible. With the continuous support of our local clinicians, we have a comprehensive clinical program that allows and requires the finishing of at least 50 cases started by the same resident. All cases are quality controlled by multiple outcome assessments, and most of our residents use those same cases to become a diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics.
The research component has its quality assured by the ongoing publications it achieves in all major journals. But our mission is not only to form critical thinking clinicians, but also future leaders of our specialty. And we are proud to continually see positive outcomes from our formulas, as we have several alumni who are leaders in national and international societies.
Thank you for your visit, and if you are not already part of our family, I hope you consider becoming a friend of our department.
J. Martin Palomo DDS, MSD