Medical Training Fellowship for overseas doctors

The National Health Service (NHS) is the government funded health service that serves the residents of the United Kingdom. It is funded through taxation and is free at the point of care.

The NHS has always prided itself on teaching and training not only home grown doctors but also doctors from beyond its boundaries. These doctors often work in the UK  and carried the knowledge, the values and practice of medicine back to their country.

You can seek post graduate opportunities in several ways. However the rules around visas and applications and interviews have become very complex and often difficult to navigate.  The requirement for examinations, visas, GMC registration and starting often pose formidable challenges to a candidate applying from abroad.

This website is not an immigration portal. It does not simplify what you have to do. You still have to go through the process of gaining GMC registration. This website only supports you and provides advice every step of the way.

For the doctor who wants to do a few  years training in the UK and then consider future opportunities, this is a golden opportunity to do so.

  • Posts at Junior clinical fellow for 6 months and Senior Clinical fellow for 18 months
  • Induction and shadow time in the first month
  • Rotating through various medical specialties
  • 48 hour working on average
  • Time to attend specialty clinics
  • 6 Teaching days per year
  • 28 days annual leave, 10 bank holidays and 10 days study leave
  • Study Leave budget
  • Posts recognized for Membership examination
  • Days and nights on call on rotation
  • No shift longer than 13 Hours
  • Salary includes a 30% to 50% supplement for on calls