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EXCHANGE PROGRAM

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8th International Dental Students & 2nd Dental Surgeons Congress 9th-10th April 2016 , AT KLE Dental College Belgaum.

Exchange Program
We proud to tell you that the DSWAI is the only association of India, which offers exchange programme.

To Indian as well as foreign dental student DSWAI operates its own exchange programme with IADS and give a broad list of countries to its members for an exchange programme.

Earlier the exchange programme was daunting task for an Indian student but now DSWAI has made it cinch for dental students of India.

The first exchange programme was started in INDIA ON 01-AUGUST-2010 by the dental students welfare association of INDIA (DSWAI) in which 7 students were come at INDIA from Poland for clinical practice at people dental college.
WHAT IS AN EXCHANGE PROGRAMME?
In exchange programme the students of one country goes to another country for few days and hosting country allows students to work independently and under observation of their experts at renowned dental institution of respected country.
WHAT IS THE BENEFIT OF AN EXCHANGE PROGRAMME?
The exchange programme gives an international platform to dental student of any country where they can exchange their views, knowledge, new researches, advance treatments and much more.

Apart from these things, it also gives a chance to dental students of India to communicate with foreign dental students and make new friends.
HOW MANY TYPES IS EXCHANGE PROGRAMME?
The DSWAI offers two kinds exchange programme:

Unilateral: In this, the dental student of any country pays money to hosting country only for an exchange programme. The charges of Meals and accommodation are not included in this exchange programme.

Bilateral: In this, the dental student of any country pays money to hosting country only for an exchange programme. The charges of Meals and accommodation are included in this exchange programme.
WHAT ARE THE CHARGES FOR AN EXCHANGE PROGRAMME?
The charges for an exchange is vary from country to country or university to university. In order to know the charges of desirous Country student may contact either LEO (local exchange officer) of their state or directly to NEO (national exchange officer) of their country.
WHAT IS THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERION FOR AN EXCHANGE PROGRAMME?
The student must be member of DSWAI.

The person should be student member of any dental college of India and pursing any clinical course.

The student does not have any criminal record or background.
WHAT IS THE DURATION OF AN EXCHANGE PROGRAMME?
The duration of an exchange programme is 7 to 30 days and duration may change any time as per NEO instructions.

For further information our students can contact either their Leo (local exchange officer) or directly to NEO national exchange officer).
HOW TO GET EXCHANGE PROGRAMME FORM?
The exchange programme form is available on the website and candidate can download and filled it.

The exchange programme form shall be duly filled and self-attested.

After filling the exchange programme form meticulously the candidate shall scan it and send it to the given email mail address i.e. neo @dswai.org.

After receiving an exchange programme form you will get a confirmatory message from DSWAI in a period of 2 to 48 hour.
HOW TO PAY EXCHANGE PROGRAMME FEES?

The exchange programme fees shall be deposit by check/cash/net banking or DD payable to DENTAL STUDENT WELFARE ASSOCIATION account with in 72 hour after sending membership form.

The account number is 33852053345.
State bank of India,IFSC code SBIN0016610
AIIMS branch bhopal, Madhaya Pradesh.

For any other assistance regarding exchange programme you can mail us on neo@dswai.org without any hesitation so feel free to ask.

LIST OF COUNTRIES FOR AN EXCHANGE PROGRAMME
·    Armenia
·    Croatia
·    Czech Republic
·    Denmark
·    Egypt
·    Georgia
·    Germany
·    Ghana
·    Greece
·    Hungary
·    Italy
·    Macedonia
·    Malta
·    Norway
·    Poland
·    Slovenia
·    Sudan
·    Taiwan
·    Turkey
·    United Kingdom
·    Russia
·    Finland
·    Nigeria
·    Iraq
·    Romania
·    Slovakia
·    Serbia
·    Malaysia
·    Kuwait