DOCTOR OF MEDICINE (MD) IN UNITED KINGDOM
University of Chester
Park Gate Road Campus, Chester
GBP *(1 GBP = 89.00 INR)
PG – Clinical Study – The Doctor of Medicine is a Research degree which will prepare for publication of the high – quality clinical research. It will also provide intensive clinical training which is ideal preparation for completion of MRCP (UK).
28,395.00 GBP/ Per Year
- Stay and work in one of the oldest universities in the UK.
- Gain experience in a variety of research projects and methodologies, leading to publication(s) in peer reviewed journals.
- Gain hands-on training in all major specialities of clinical medicine supported by named supervisors.
- Clinical training portfolios akin to the UK local training programme in partnership with RCP London, enabling completion of MRCP.
- Work as a junior doctor (paid work up to 20 hours a week) alongside the local graduates.
This course is ideal for ambitious International Doctors who will benefit from a Clinical MD, intensive clinical training, MRCP, options for working in the NHS and research training. We expect graduates from the course to become prominent clinical academics in their country of origin.
International Applicants to the Doctor of Medicine in Internal Medicine should have:
- An MBBS or equivalent degree from an internationally recognised medical school.
- Three years post MBBS experience including one year of internship at a hospital and must supply their Certificate of Completion.
- Should not be any unexplained gap in their post MBBS career.
- Should not have appeared and failed to pass the PLAB examination.
- Must have some post graduate qualification such as MRCP part one, DNB or Diploma in their own country.
- An IELTS score of 7.5, with a minimum of 7.0 in each section.
- A reference letter confirming that all previous training in medicine has been in English.
- Completed their undergraduate training and be fully registered with the Medical Council in their respective countries.
- Two character reference letters from any member of their medical school academic staff, OR from their current senior medical colleagues and consultants.