PG in UK

PG in UK

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SEVERE SHORTAGE OF DOCTORS IN THE UK.

START YOUR PROCESS TODAY.

There's a severe shortage of medical professionals in the UK, and IMGs can seize this opportunity to move permanently to the UK and become full-time doctors. The only question is when will you start your UK journey?

WHAT ARE THE STEPS INVOLVED?

The process to get a doctor's job in the UK is quite straightforward.

  • IELTS/OET:
    • Qualify IELTS or OET to demonstrate your English proficiency
  • PLAB P-1: 
    • Qualify the MCQ based PLAB Part-1 from test centres here in India.
  • PLAB P-2:
    • Clear the PLAB Part-2 test and start applying for UK doctor jobs.

HERE’S HOW WE HELP YOU

Our team of counsellors, operations specialists and mentors will guide you step by step all the way till NHS job interviews.

  • IELTS-OET COACHING
    • The best IELTS-OET coaching available both online & offline designed to help you qualify in the first attempt.
  • RESEARCH PUBLICATION
    • Create & publishing well-researched publications to polish your portfolio for better interview opportunities.
  • PLAB P-1 COACHING
    • Intensive PLAB coaching from UK-NHS doctors both online & offline with focus on high-yield topics.
  • JOB SUPPORT
    • Interview preparation, CV-building, creating a polished portfolio, tips for applying to relevant jobs etc.
  • VISA & DOCUMENTATION
    • Assistance in getting your visas & documentation ready for the UK, including letter of sponsorship.
  • LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION
    • Recommendation letters from UK-NHS physicians that highlight your competencies.
  • PLAB P-2 COACHING
    • Highly focused 12-day classroom coaching in Manchester, UK with access to unlimited practice.
  • RESIDENCY SUPPORT
    • We help you choose and when possible help you secure your desired speciality

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The UK offers Medical Education

The United Kingdom's Medical Education includes basic education and training for medical doctors (MBBS in UK), as well as continuing education for qualified specialists (Speciality Training and PG courses in UK).

The United Kingdom has many medical schools

The United Kingdom's medical schools are universities that are involved in the training and education of future doctors. The core purpose of all the top UK medical schools is to train doctors for the National Health Service.

General Medical Council- Quality Assurance for Undergraduate Study

General Medical Council (GMC), a British Public Body, has the primary responsibility to "protected, promote and maintain public health and safety"

GMC sets standards for UK medical schools and works with international medical and university regulatory agencies to ensure that some qualifications are recognized. It is also responsible to administer a licensing system and revalidation system for all UK practising physicians.

The UK code for higher education requires that first medical degrees include a comprehensive program of study and practice. The qualifications usually meet the requirements of a higher education qualification at Level 7 (the UK Master’s degree). These degrees may still be called "Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery", but they are often abbreviated as MBChB and MBBS for historical reasons.

UK Specialty Training and Postgraduate Studies

Fresh undergraduate qualified doctors enter a two-yearFoundation ProgrammeThey will be able to receive hands-on training in many different specialties. These should include General Medicine and General Surgery training. After completing the Foundation Programme, doctors must have completed 18 months of work in various hospital specialties.Paediatrics, psychiatry and geriatrics are all covered.. A trainee must also spend 18 months as a General Practitioner Speciality Registrar, a trainee who is based in a general practice. The doctor can then become a GP by passing the required exams and training.

After passing relevant postgraduate exams in their chosen specialty (e.g., MRCP), hospital doctors can be promoted. After passing the relevant postgraduate exams in their chosen speciality, such as the Royal College of Physicians MRCP or the Royal College of Surgeons MRCS, hospital doctors are promoted.

For those who want to become consultants, the competition is fierce. Many now pursue higher degrees in research, such as a Doctorate of Medicine, which is a thesis based award that requires at least two years of full-time work; or a PhD which requires at least three years of full time research. It can take anywhere from seven to ten years to go from medical school graduation to becoming an experienced consultant.

Grades for NHS Medical Careers

Continuing Medical Education

All doctors must comply with the guidelines of the General Medical Council and Clinical Governance.

The National Health Service offers a variety of medical career options for doctors

Year

Current (Modernising) Medical Careers

Previous

1

Foundation doctor (FY1 & FY2), 2 Years

Pre-registration House Officer (PRHO), 1 Year

2

Senior house officer (SHO)
Minimum 2 years, often longer

3

Register for specialties
General Practice (GPST), 3 Years

Register for specialties
Hospital speciality (SpR), minimum 6 Years

4

Specialist registrar
4-6 Years

GP registrar for 1 year

5

General practitioner,
Total training time of 4 years

6-8

General practitioner,
Total training time of 5 years

9

Minimum 8 years of total training as a consultant

Minimum 7-9 years of total training as a consultant

Optional

Competency-based training is used. The times shown are minimum. You can extend your training by applying for an Academic Clinical Fellowship to conduct research, or dual certification in another specialty.

You may have the option to extend your training by doing medical research. This usually takes between 2 and 3 years. Usually, you will be required to perform clinical duties.

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